CPCE Health Conference 2019
Programme
Time Event
9:00 am – 9:30 am

Registration

9:30 am – 10:00 am

Welcoming Remarks

Professor Peter P. YUEN

Conference Chair and Dean, College of Professional and Continuing Education, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 

Inauguration Ceremony of CAHMR

Professor Peter P. YUEN (Dean, CPCE, PolyU)

Professor Warren C. K. CHIU (Associate Dean, CPCE, PolyU)

Dr Simon LEUNG (Associate Dean, CPCE, and Director, HKCC, PolyU)

Dr Jack LO (Director, SPEED, PolyU)

Dr Artie NG (Director, SPEED, PolyU)

Dr Ben FONG (Director, CAHMR, SPEED, PolyU)

Dr Vincent LAW (Senior Lecturer, SPEED, PolyU)

 
10:00 am – 11:30 am

Country / Region Reports I: South Korea, Singapore, Japan

10:00 am – 10:20 am

Plenary I

Long-term Care Insurance and the Challenges of Coordinated Care in South Korea

Professor Soonman KWON

Seoul National University, South Korea

Moderator: Professor Peter Fong, Hong Kong Public Administration Association

10:20 am – 10:40 am

Plenary II

Ageing in Singapore: Contemporary Trends and Policy Issues

Professor PHUA Kai Hong

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Moderator: Dr Jack LO, School of Professional Education and Executive Development, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

10:40 am – 11:00 am

Plenary III

Ageing and Diversity of Medical Needs: Cost of Illness of Cerebrovascular Disease in Each Prefecture of Japan

Professor Tomonori HASEGAWA, Dr Kunichika MATSUMOTO and Dr Koki HIRATA

Toho University School of Medicine, Japan

Moderator: Ms Samantha CHONG, Hong Kong College of Nursing and Health Care Management

11:00 am – 11:15 am

Q & A

Facilitator: Dr Simon CHEUNG, School of Professional Education and Executive Development, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

11:15 am – 11:30 am

Tea Break

 
11:30 am – 12:45 pm

Country / Region Reports II: Australia, Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong

11:30 am – 11:50 am

Plenary IV

Moving Towards More Holistic and Humane Integrated Models of Care: Perspectives from Australia

Professor David BRIGGS

Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of New England, Australia and Naresuan University

Editor, Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, Australia

Moderator: Dr SH LIU, Hong Kong College of Health Service Executives

11:50 am – 12:10 pm

Plenary V

Health Policy Settings in China: Political versus Economic Considerations

Professor Gordon LIU

Peking University, Chinese Mainland

Moderator: Dr Artie NG, School of Professional Education and Executive Development, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

12:10 pm – 12:30 pm

Plenary VI

Towards a More Humanistic Model of Care: A Case Study of Hong Kong’s Long Term Care System

Professor Peter P. YUEN

College of Professional and Continuing Education, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Moderator: Professor Kenneth LEE, Monash University Malaysia

12:30 pm – 12:45 pm

Q & A

Facilitator: Dr Ben FONG, School of Professional Education and Executive Development, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 
12:45 pm – 2:00 pm

Lunch (Complimentary)

Venue: Hall Restaurant, PolyU Hung Hom Student Halls of Residence

 
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Issues in the Asia-Pacific

2:00 pm – 2:20 pm

Plenary VII

Integrated Care Across Boundaries – Experience and Lessons from Australia

Dr Zhanming LIANG

La Trobe University, Australia

Moderator: Prof Daniel LAI, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

2:20 pm – 2:40 pm

Plenary VIII

Pharmacovigilance and Participatory Medicine through Social Media – We are Still not There

Dr Francesca QUATTRI

Associate Professor, School of Foreign Languages, Jiangsu University, Jiangsu Province, China

Moderator: Dr Simon T. W. LEUNG, Associate Dean, CPCE, and Director, HKCC, PolyU

2:40 pm – 3:00 pm

Plenary IX

Direct Medical Costs for Patients with Schizophrenia: A 4-year Cohort Study from Health Insurance Claims Data in Guangzhou City, Southern China

Dr Vivienne ZHANG

Sun Yat Sen University, Chinese Mainland

Moderator: Professor Albert LEE, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

3:00 pm – 3:20 pm

Plenary X

Implementation of Community Care Policy in South Korea: Will it be Achieved?

Professor Dongwoon HAN

Hanyang University, South Korea

Moderator: Professor Warren C.K. CHIU, College of Professional and Continuing Education, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

3:20 pm – 3:40 pm

Plenary XI

Dying-in-Place: Advancing End-of-life Care in Hong Kong

Dr Ching-choi LAM, BBS, JP

Haven of Hope Christian Service, Hong Kong

Moderator: Professor Peter P. YUEN, College of Professional and Continuing Education, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

3:40 pm – 4:00 pm

Q & A

Facilitator: Professor Peter P. YUEN

 
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Parallel Sessions

Venue: UG06

A. Lifelong Learning and Health

Moderators: Dr Artie W. NG (Principal Lecturer and Deputy Director, PolyU SPEED) & Dr Pimtong TAVITIYAMAN (Senior Lecturer, PolyU SPEED)

(1) Lifelong Learning and Healthy Aging: The Conceptual Underpinning and Strategy of a University-based Model (Prof. Daniel W. L. LAI, Chair Professor of Social Work and Gerontology, Head of Department of Applied Social Sciences, Director of Institute of Active Ageing, PolyU)

(2) Back to the Campus: Implications of an Intensive Lifelong Learning Experience for Wellness among Older Learners in a University Setting (Dr Vincent W. P. LEE, Emma LIU, Gary H. F. WAI, Yongxin RUAN, Department of Applied Social Sciences, PolyU)

(3) Healthy Aging and Community Learning – Findings from Lifelong Learning Courses (Dr Jessica J. LI, Prof. Daniel W. L. LAI, Alison X. OU, Department of Applied Social Sciences, PolyU)

(4) Achieving the Impossible? Empowerment-based Learning to Enhance Health and Capacity of Mature Learners (Alla LAU, Prof. Daniel W. L. LAI, Gary, H. F. WAI, Yongxin RUAN, Department of Applied Social Sciences, PolyU)

(5) Higher Awareness of Healthy Lifestyle among Students from the New Academic Structure in Hong Kong (Dr Joseph C. H. SO, Dr Karly O. W. CHAN, Victor C. W. CHAN, PolyU CPCE)

Venue: UG05

B: Community and District Health Practice and Their Effectiveness

Moderators: Dr Simon T. Y. CHEUNG (Lecturer, PolyU SPEED) & Dr Eric K. S. WOO (Principal Lecturer, PolyU HKCC)

(1) Community Health Coaching Integration in District Health Management of Non-Communicable Diseases, Thailand (Prof. Patcharin SIRASOONTHORN, Department sociology and anthropology Faculty of social sciences; Prof. Watcharabon BUDDHARAKSA, Department political sciences, Faculty of social sciences; Dr Phudit TEJAVADDHANA, College of health system management, Naresuan University, Thailand)

(2) Gramsci Theory and Health System Management: A Case Study of Kosamphi Nakhon District Health Service in Rural Thailand (Prof. Watcharabon BUDDHARAKSA, Department political sciences, Faculty of social sciences; Prof. Patcharin SIRASOONTHORN, Department sociology and anthropology Faculty of social sciences; Dr Phudit TEJAVADDHANA, College of health system management, Naresuan University, Thailand)

(3) Establish Linguistic Validity of the Rapid Assessment of Physical Activity (RAPA) Questionnaire for Community-dwelling Older Adults in Hong Kong (Janet L. C. LEE, Prof. Rainbow T. H. HO, Department of Social Work and Social Administration, HKU)

(4) Review on the Postural Treatment for Patients with Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) (Sze-Ham WONG, Dr Joanne YIP, Dr Kit-Lun YICK, Institute of Textiles and Clothing, PolyU; Dr Zerance S. P. NG, PolyU HKCC; Kenny Yat-Kong KWAN, Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, HKU)

(5) Strengthening STEM and Arduino to Foster Integrated Cares in Hong Kong (Tiffany K. H. CHAN, Dr Gabriel H. H. CHAN, Dr Simon C. W. WONG, Joseph, Y. Y. LAU, PolyU HKCC)

Venue: UG04

C: Ageing and Population Policy

Moderators: Dr Vincent T. LAW (Senior Lecturer, PolyU SPEED) & Dr Florence H. C. HO (Senior Lecturer, PolyU SPEED)

(1) Ageing is Viewed with Trepidation, or is there an Alternative? (Dr Florence H. C. HO, PolyU SPEED)

(2) Significance of Speech Therapy Service in Elderly Settings (Carol T. YUEN, The Hong Kong Society for the Aged)

(3) The Role of Monitoring and Evaluation in Evidence-based Policy Making: Public-private Partnership in Chinese Healthcare Sector (Dr Sam YU, Lecturer in Accounting & Finance, Soochow University International Cooperative Education Program, China)

(4) Policy and Financial Regulatory Measures for Integrated Reporting by Private Healthcare Operators (Dr Artie W. NG, Dr Vincent T. LAW , PolyU SPEED)

(5) Transition of Hospital Acute-Centric to Long Term Care in an Ageing Population in Hong Kong - Is it an Issue of Policy, Governance or Service Gap? (Mr Tommy K. C. NG, Dr Ben Y. F. FONG, CAHMR PolyU SPEED; Catherine K. Y. KWONG, PolyU SPEED)

Venue: UG03

D: Accreditation and Safe Practices

Moderators: Dr S. H. LIU (President, HKCHSE) & Dr Fowie S. F. NG (Academic Convenor, HKCHSE)

(1) Building a Safe Medication Management Service for the Elderly in Elderly Homes and in the Community (Dr S. H. LIU, Hong Kong College of Health Services Executives; S. C. CHIANG, Hong Kong Pharmaceutical Care Foundation; K. H. SO, Hong Kong Pharmaceutical Care Foundation)

(2) Big Data and Evaluation for Hospitals in Greater Bay Area (大數據與粵港澳大灣區醫院評價) (Dr Eric CHONG, Guangzhou Asclepius Management Consulting Co. Ltd.)

(3) Health Service Planning in Greater Bay Area: Case Study of Running Health Clinics in Shenzhen (從運營深圳醫療機構的個案分析看大灣區醫療服務規劃) (Dr Hubert C. H. WONG, Hong Kong College of Health Services Executives)

(4) Crisis Response and Reputation Management: A Case Study in Hong Kong (Dr Edmund T. M. WUT, PolyU SPEED)

(5) Case Study on Complaint of Abortus Handling (Celine S. M. CHENG, Amanda P. Y. LAU, PolyU SPEED)

Venue: UG09

E: Utilising Technologies to Enhance Holistic and Integrated Cares

Moderators: Dr Adam K. L. WONG (Senior Lecturer, PolyU SPEED) & Dr Simon C. W. WONG (Lecturer, PolyU HKCC)

(1) Impact of Co-creation Footwear Workshops on Older Women in Elderly Centres in Hong Kong(Mei-ying KWAN, Dr Kit-lun YICK, Yan-yan WONG, Institute of Textiles and Clothing, PolyU)

(2) Thermal Equations for Predicting Foot Skin Temperature (Pui-ling LI, Dr Kit-lun YICK, Institute of Textiles and Clothing, PolyU; Dr Zerance S. P. NG, PolyU HKCC; Dr Joanne YIP, Institute of Textiles and Clothing, PolyU)

(3) Blockchain-based Electronic Health Record and Wearable Computing Devices (Dr Eddie K. L. LAW, Kirin Cloud Solutions Limited)

(4) Effects of Tai Chi Qigong Training on Functional Aerobic Capacity, Arterial Hemodynamics and Upper Limb Lymphoedema in Older Survivors of Breast Cancer: A Randomized Controlled Trial (Dr Joyce C. Y. LEUNG, School of Public Health, HKU; Karen P. Y. LIU, School of Science and Health (Occupational Therapy), Western Sydney University, NSW, Australia; Dr Catherine Mary SCHOOLING, Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy, City University of New York, New York, USA; Dr W. S. LUK, The Association of Licentiates of Medical Council of Hong Kong; Dr Shirley S. M. FONG, School of Public Health, HKU)

(5) Investigation of Thumb Curvatures for Enhancement of Splint for de Quervain’s Treatment (Eunice W. S. TAM, Dr Joanne YIP, Dr Kit-lun YICK, Institute of Textiles and Clothing, PolyU; Dr Zerance S. P. NG, PolyU HKCC; Dr Christian X. S. FANG, Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, HKU, Queen Mary Hospital)

Venue: UG10

F: Holistic and Integrated Models of Care

Moderators: Dr Ben Y. F. FONG (Senior Lecturer, PolyU SPEED) & Dr Carrie H. S. WONG (Senior Lecturer, PolyU HKCC)

(1) Breastfeeding Innovations at District Level: Welcome in Hong Kong? (Prof. Graeme SMITH, Caritas Institute of Higher Education; Candy Y. Y. TSOI, Jessica Y. F. CHAN, United Christian Hospital; Dr Fowie S. F. NG, Hong Kong College of Health Services Executives)

(2) An Organisation-based Model in Developing the Health Service Management Workforce – A Pilot Study (Dr Zhanming LIANG, La Trobe University, Australia; Prof. Jian WANG, Department of Social Medicine and Health Administration, Shandong University, Shandong Province, China; Min XU, Qian Fo Shan Hospital, Jinan, Shandong Province, China)

(3) Direct Access Endoscopy Booking by Family Physicians: Clinical Factors Associated with a Positive Endoscopy Findings in Primary Care Setting (Dr Lok-hang LEUNG, Family Medicine & Primary Health Care, Hospital Authority)

(4) Community-based and Hospital-social Collaboration Service for Substance Abusers in a Local Region of Hong Kong (Chi-kin IP, F. CHAN, W. S. CHUNG, Department of Psychiatry, North District Hospital, Hospital Authority)

(5) Oncology Pharmacists’ Role and Impact on the Multidisciplinary Patient-Center Practice of Oncology Clinic in Public Hospitals (Hinson CHU, Gary CHONG, United Christian Hospital; Dr Daisy S. M. LEE, PolyU SPEED)





Acknowledgement:
The conference was fully supported by a grant from the Research Grants Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China (Project No.: UGC/IDS24/18)

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