研究成員

Professor Carmen WONG (黃嘉雯教授)

Professor Carmen WONG (黃嘉雯教授)

BSc (Hons), MBBCh (UK), DRCOG (Lon), DFFP (Lon), MRCGP (UK)

Clinical Assistant Professor
Director, Centre of Research and Promotion in Women’s Health (CRPWH), CUHK
Honorary Resident, New Territories East Cluster, Hospital Authority
Fellow, Morningside college, CUHK

Email: carmenwong@cuhk.edu.hk

Biography

Dr. Carmen Wong obtained her medical degree at Cardiff University School of Medicine (UK) and also holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and medicine. She received her post graduate training in family medicine at the Oxford Deanery. She is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (UK) and has clinical experience in the National Health Service (England). She has extensive management experience of multidisciplinary teams and primary health care provision for communities and marginalized populations in London. Transitioning to Hong Kong has further developed her interests in cultural and institutional factors on health behaviours and outcomes. The collaborative nature of her work extends across health disciplines, non-governmental and governmental health and community organizations and professional bodies.

Dr. Wong joined the School of Public Health and Primary Care under the Division of Family Medicine and Primary Health Care in 2010. She has been Director of the Centre of Research and Promotion of Women’s Health since August 2011.

Teaching Modules

Undergraduate Studies

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB)
  • Year 5: Acute Medicine & Intensive Care
  • Year 4: Family and Community Medicine Module & Clinical family medicine teaching
  • Year 2-5: Family follow up Project (Coordinator)
  • Year 2-3: Life long learning skills
  • Year 1: Communication Skills
Bachelor of Public Health (BSc)
  • PHPC2014 Primary Health Care
  • PHPC4031 Gender and Age –Related Healthcare
  • MEDF1031 Communication skills


Postgraduate Studies

Diploma in Family Medicine (DFM):
  • Lecturer in mental health & women’s health
Masters in Public Health (MPH):
  • WHS5001: Women’s Health: Social Cultural Determinants and International Perspectives (Coordinator)
  • WHS5004: Common Mental Health conditions in Women (Coordinator)
  • PBHT6900:Capstone Project
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD):
  • PUBH6002:Technical writing for PhD students


Professional Development

CUHK Primary Care Innovations Development and Evidence (PRIDE) course 2012, 2014:
  • Founder and Chair: Biennial clinical research update course for Hong Kong primary care physicians

Research interests

Research interest areas include infectious disease and medical education. Specifically, this relates to the treatment of common primary care infections and conditions and enhancement of health education for patients and doctors in a community setting. Her research involves exploration of these themes, using a variety of epidemiological, interventional and qualitative methods in the following areas:

  • Antimicrobial stewardship and infectious disease in primary care
  • AHealth in the midlife transition: enhancing early education and intervention
  • APatient and community empowerment and enhancing capacity in primary care

Selected Publications

Antimicrobial stewardship and infectious disease: (*denotes corresponding author)
  1. Kung K, Wong CKM*, Wong SYS, Lam A, Chan CK, Griffiths S, Butler C. Patient presentation and physician management of upper respiratory tract infections: a retrospective review of over 5 million primary clinic consultations in Hong Kong. BMC Family Practice 2014; 15(1):95.
  2. Wong CKM, Yip BHK*, Mercer S, Griffiths S, Kung K, Wong MCS, Chor J, Wong SYS. The effect of wearing face masks by primary care doctors on patient’s perceived empathy and relational continuity: a randomised controlled trial. BMC Family Practice 2013; 14(1):200.
  3. Wong SYS, Kung K, Wong MCS, Wong C, Tsui W, Chan K, Liang J, Lee N, Cheung WLA, Wong ELY. Primary care physicians’ response to pandemic influenza in Hong Kong: a mixed quantitative and qualitative study. International journal of infectious diseases 2012; 16(9):e687-91.
  4. Wong, S.Y.S., Wong, E.L.Y., Chor, J., Kung, K., Chan, P.K.S., Wong, C., Griffiths, S.M. Willingness to accept H1N1 pandemic influenza vaccine: a cross-sectional study of Hong Kong community nurses. BMC Infectious Diseases 2010; 10:316.
Early interventions in midlife:
  1. Wong CKM, Liang J, Chan ML, Chan YH, Chan L, et al. Prevalence and psychosocial correlates of depressive symptoms in urban chinese women during midlife. PLoS ONE 2014 9(11): e110877.
  2. Zhao-Min L, Ho SC, Woo J, Chen YM, Wong C. Randomized controlled trial of whole soy and isoflavone daidzein on menopausal symptoms in equol-producing Chinese postmenopausal women. Menopause 2014;21(6):653-60.
  3. Chung R, Leung J, Chan D, Woo J, Wong CKM, Wong SYS. Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS) as a Risk Factor for Depressive Symptoms in Elderly Men: Results from a Large Prospective Study in Southern Chinese Men. PLoS ONE 2013; 8(9):e76017.
  4. Zhao-min L, Leung J, Wong S, Wong C, Chan R, Woo J. Greater fruit intake was associated with better bone mineral status among chinese elderly men and women: results from Hong Kong Mr. Os and Ms. Os studies. (in print JAMDA)
  5. Tse LA, Li M, Chan WC, Kwok CH, Leung SL, Wu C, Yu ITS, Yu WC, Wang X, Lao X, Wong C, Lee MIP, Wang F and Yang X. Familial Risks and Estrogen Receptor-Positive Breast Cancer in Hong Kong Chinese Women (in print PlosONE)
Patient and community empowerment:
  1. Chan FWK, Wong FYY, So WY, Kung K, Wong CKM. How much do elders with chronic conditions know about their medications? BMC Geriatrics 2013; 13(1):59.
  2. Kung K, Lam A, Wong KW, Chan CW, Wong C, Wong SYS, Griffiths SM, Plint S. Family medicine internship training: importance for Hong Kong’s primary care. Hong Kong Medical Journal 2012; 18(2):167-9.
  3. Kung K, Wong SYS, Wong C, Wong MCS, Ding T, Griffiths SM. Focus groups for doctors in Family Medicine training at the general outpatient clinics. HK Practitioner 2011;33.

Book Chapters

‘Providing services for Women’s health’ by Carmen Wong & Josette Chor in ‘Routledge Handbook of Global Public Health in Asia’. Published by Routledge Handbooks. Published April 2014. ISBN 13: 9780415643825 ISBN 10: 0415643821

‘Women and Health’ by Suzanne Ho & Carmen Wong in ‘Women and Girls in Hong Kong: Current Situations and Future Challenges’. Published by Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies HKIAPS 2012 Press ISBN-13: 9789624415957 ISBN-10: 9624415951 香港女性: 現況與挑戰. Published by Commercial Press ISBN-13: 9789620765032 ISBN-10: 9620765036

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