Programme

Programme

(The tentative programme is subject to final confirmation.)
Time Event
9:00 am – 9:30 am Registration and Coffee
9:30 am – 9:55 am Welcoming Speech
Health and long-term care systems reform in Hong Kong: Insights from the COVID-19 pandemic
Professor Peter P. YUEN
Conference Chair and Dean, College of Professional and Continuing Education, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Moderator: Dr S. H. LIU (President, Hong Kong College of Health Service Executives)
9:55 am – 10:25 am

Keynote Presentation I
What evolving trends in healthcare may we expect to see in a post-pandemic world?
Dr TSANG Ho Fai, Thomas
President, Hong Kong College of Community Medicine
Moderator: Professor Warren C. K. CHIU (Associate Dean (Quality Assurance), PolyU CPCE)
10:25 am – 10:50 am

Plenary Presentation I
Lessons from COVID-19 pandemic; how to protect the elderly and to build a robust and sustainable healthcare system
Professor Tomonori HASEGAWA
Professor, Toho University School of Medicine, Japan
Moderator: Professor Peter P. YUEN (PolyU CPCE)
10:50 am – 11:00 am Morning Break
 
11:00 am - 11:25 am

Plenary Presentation II
Sustainable savings for health and long-term care financing in Singapore
Dr PHUA Kai Hong
Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, National University of Singapore
Moderator: Dr Jack M. K. LO (Director, PolyU SPEED)
11:25 am - 11:50 am

Plenary Presentation III
Responses to an ageing society, long-term care policies, and COVID-19: The ASEAN and Thailand experience
Dr Phudit TEJATIVADDHANAa, VO T. H. Manb and Nalinee N. Chuakhamfooa
aASEAN Institute for Health Development, Mahidol University, Thailand
bTokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan
Moderaotr: Dr Pimtong TAVITIYAMAN (Associate Division Head, PolyU CPCE)
11:50 am - 12:15 pm

Plenary Presentation IV
The need for authentic leadership in long-term care post pandemic: Australian perspectives
Professor David BRIGGS AM
Adjunct Professor, University of New England, Australia & ASEAN Institute of Health Development, Mahidol University Thailand
Moderator: Dr Anthony W. K. LOH (Division Head, PolyU CPCE)
12:15 pm - 12:40 pm

Plenary Presentation V
COVID-19 and long-term care in Taiwan: Impacts and challenges
Professor Ya-Mei CHEN and Professor Tung-liang CHIANG
College of Public Health, National Taiwan University
Moderator: Dr Ben Y. F. FONG (Associate Division Head and Professor of Practice (Health Studies), PolyU CPCE)
 
12:40 pm – 2:00 pm Lunch
 
2:00 pm - 2:25 pm

Plenary Presentation VI
Community elderly care using AI/IOT during the COVID-19 pandemic: An experience of South Korea
Professor Dongwoon HAN
Professor, College of Medicine, Hanyang University, South Korea
Moderator: Dr W. K. POON (President, HKCNHCM)
2:25 pm - 2:50 pm

Plenary Presentation VII
The economics of immunization: Ensuring value amidst resource constraints
Professor Kenneth Kwing-Chin LEE
Professor of Pharmacy, School of Pharmacy, Monash University Malaysia
Moderator: Dr Vincent T. S. LAW (Senior Lecturer, PolyU CPCE)
2:50 pm - 3:20 pm

Keynote Presentation II
Pandemic situation in 2022: Variants of concern, vaccine effectiveness and lifestyle
Professor David SC HUI, BBS
Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Moderator: Dr C. C. LUK (Cluster Chief Executive (HKEC), Hospital Authority)
3:20 pm - 3:45 pm

Plenary Presentation VIII
Long-term care in Hong Kong: Lessons learned from the pandemic
Dr The Honourable LAM Ching-choi, SBS, JP
Chairman, Elderly Commission, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Moderator: Professor Albert LEE (Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
3:45 pm – 4:00 pm

Sharing Session
Book publishing with Springer, humanities and social sciences
Ms Alex Westcott CAMPBELL
Senior Editor, Springer Singapore
Moderator: Dr Ben Y. F. FONG (Associate Division Head and Professor of Practice (Health Studies), PolyU CPCE)
 
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Parallel Sessions A - C
Venue: 208

Session A: Elderly Health and Care

Moderators: Dr Ben Y. F. FONG (Associate Division Head and Professor of Practice (Health Studies), PolyU CPCE) & Dr Oscar W. K. CHIU (Lecturer, PolyU CPCE)

(1) Residents’ perception on medical tourism development in Hong Kong: Benefits and limitations (Joyce S. C. KWAN, PolyU SPEED; Pimtong TAVITIYAMAN, PolyU CPCE)
(2) Applications of systems thinking in health and education: Its roles and perspectives for a sustainable future in the time of pandemics (Wang-Kin CHIU & Ben Y. F. FONG, PolyU CPCE)
(3) The accuracy of artificial neural network in predicting the impact of COVID-19 on students mental health (Adam WONG, PolyU CPCE; Kia TSANG, PolyU SPEED; Joseph SO & Ada CHAN, PolyU CPCE)
(4) Family caring for the elderly during and after the pandemic: Perspective from Confucian familism (Andrew Tsz Wan HUNG, PolyU CPCE)
(5) Telemedicine and telehealth for health and long-term care in Hong Kong: A policy analysis (Fowie S. F. NG & Holly C. Y. NG, Tung Wah College)

Venue: 202

Session B: Service Delivery

Moderators: Dr Vincent T. S. LAW (Senior Lecturer, PolyU CPCE) & Dr Carrie H. S. WONG (Senior Lecturer, PolyU CPCE)

(1) Designing integrative medicine service delivery models: A review of international experiences (Vincent C. H. CHUNG, Leonard HO, Ting Hung LEUNG & Charlene H. L. WONG, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
(2) Effectiveness of nurse-led peri-discharge interventions for reducing 30-day hospital readmissions: Network meta-analysis (Charlene H. L. WONG, Claire C. W. ZHONG, William K. W. CHEUNG, Eng-kiong YEOH, Chi Tim HUNG, Benjamin H. K. YIP, Eliza L. Y. WONG, Samuel Y. S. WONG & Vincent C. H. CHUNG, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
(3) Effectiveness of peri-discharge complex interventions for reducing 30-day hospital readmissions among patients with heart failure: Overview of systematic reviews and network meta-analysis (Claire C. W. ZHONG, Charlene H. L. WONG, William K. W. CHEUNG, Eng-kiong YEOH, Chi Tim HUNG, Benjamin H. K. YIP, Eliza L. Y. WONG, Samuel Y. S. WONG & Vincent C. H. CHUNG, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
(4) The use of arts-making activities among college students: A pilot study (H.Y. TSANG, W.H. TO, S.Y. WONG, H.N. WONG, M. H. TAI, W. Y. TSANG, H. C. SZE, Y. P. WONG & H. T. YEUNG, Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Kwai Chung))
(5) NHS maternity care and the COVID-19 pandemic: what has changed, what is changing, and what seems to be the same? (Francesca QUATTRI, University of Leicester)

Venue: 1708

Session C: Health Promotion and Health Management

Moderators: Dr Pimtong TAVITIYAMAN (Associate Division Head, PolyU CPCE) & Dr Anthony K. LUI (Lecturer, PolyU CPCE)

(1) Crisis management and public hospitals (Edmund T. M. WUT, PolyU CPCE)
(2) Health literacy promotion and its institutional arrangements: Rethinking collaborative health promotion in Thailand (Watcharabon BUDDHARAKSA, Naresuan University; Jonathan S. DAVIES, De Montfort University; Phudit TEJATIVADDHANA, PolyU CPCE)
(3) Tourist perceptions on wellness tourism and behavioral intention through satisfaction in life: A case study in Thailand (Yodmanee TEPANON, Kasetsart University; Wanlanai SAIPRASERT, Chiang Mai University; Pimtong TAVITIYAMAN, PolyU CPCE; Yeamdao NARANGAJAVANA, Walailak University)
(4) Handling COVID-19 at work under the occupational safety and health legislation (Nicole S.N. YIU, PolyU; Yui-yip LAU, PolyU CPCE; YM TANG, PolyU)
(5) Acceptability and willingness to pay for influenza vaccination among healthcare professionals in Vietnam (Nguyen Thi Thu TRANG, Vijj KASEMSUP, Samrit SRITHAMRONGSAWAT, Sariyamon TIRAPHAT & Nalinee Nakittipha CHUAKHAMFOO, Mahidol University)
(6) Health service utilisation and financial burden among people suffering from non-communicable diseases in Vietnam (Nguyen Thi Phuong LINH, Vijj KASEMSUP, Samrit SRITHAMRONGSAWAT, Sariyamon TIRAPHAT & Nalinee Nakittipha CHUAKHAMFOO, Mahidol University; Tran Thi Mai OANH, Vietnam Health Strategy and Policy Institute)