Get to Know Monkeypox 齊來認識猴痘

The “Get to Know Monkeypox” webinar presented by Dr. Kendall Ho was held on July 25, 2022.
Delivered in Cantonese.

In this session, participants learned:

• New updates on Monkeypox
• Symptoms, high-risk groups, ways of transmission
• Misconception about Monkeypox
• Prevention methods and medical treatment

Watch the recording:


免費網上講座 – 齊來認識猴痘(粵語)/ Monkeypox workshop (Cantonese)
日期: 2022年7月25日(星期一)
講者: 何建韜醫生 (急救科醫生和「安康」健康網絡執行董事)
語言: 廣東話


  • 了解猴痘的最新現況
  • 認識猴痘的病徵、高風險族群及傳染途徑
  • 拆解大眾對猴痘的誤解
  • 預防猴痘的方法及藥物治療



Recognizing B.C. Medal of Good Citizenship recipient Dr. Kendall Ho

Recognizing B.C. Medal of Good Citizenship recipient Dr. Kendall Ho

British Columbia’s Medal of Good Citizenship recognizes British Columbians who have acted in a particularly generous, kind or selfless manner for the common good without expectation of reward. Dr. Kendall Ho, emergency physician at Vancouver General Hospital, digital emergency medicine researcher and professor in the UBC Faculty of Medicine, is one of the 31 people receiving this accolade this year for his contributions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Celebrating Dr. Kendall Ho

The Medal of Good Citizenship was presented to Kendall by Honourable George Heyman, B.C. Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy and MLA for Vancouver-Fairview during a virtual ceremony on March 24.

“I feel very fortunate that, during this challenging time of COVID, I can contribute my medical and language skills, and work with many dedicated people and organizations in B.C. to help provide meaningful support to our community members in their times of need,” said Kendall. “I am deeply humbled by this award, and it should be rightly shared with all the folks with whom I have the pleasure of collaborating.”

Watch the 2021 ceremony: Medal of Good Citizenship – YouTube

About the Medal of Good Citizenship

Launched in 2015, the Medal of Good Citizenship is one way for British Columbians to recognize people for their contributions and dedication to community service. The medal reflects their generosity, service, acts of selflessness and contributions to community life. Nominations for the Medal of Good Citizenship are accepted year round, and British Columbians are encouraged to submit people they know who have been particularly kind, generous or self-sacrificing without expectation of reward.

Learn more: Medal of Good Citizenship recipients – Province of British Columbia (