Centre for Ageing and Healthcare Management Research
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The Centre for Ageing and Healthcare Management Research was set up on 1 December 2018, with the Inauguration was on 14 January 2019.

Mission

(1) Generating novel and useful knowledge;
(2) Developing research capabilities of faculty members;
(3) Sharing insights with stakeholders; and
(4) Informing curriculum development across related academic programmes.

Background

PolyU SPEED aspires to make a difference to our community. One grand challenge facing Hong Kong today is the wellbeing of an ageing population and its impacts on the sustainability of the health and long-term care system. The Chief Executive, in the 2017 Policy Address, raised her concerns on the care for the elderly and pledged to devise a variety of support measures for elderly care services. It is clear that more concerted efforts among researchers, practitioners and policy makers are needed to tackle this grand challenge.

To respond to this challenge, SPEED proposes to establish the Centre for Ageing and Healthcare Management Research (CAHMR), leveraging the expertise and interest among faculty members, connecting them from a diverse array of disciplines and cultivating their scholarship in the realms of health care, health services management, finance, information technology, data science, public policy, marketing and hospitality management. The goal is to develop CAHMR into a centre of excellence with four fundamental objectives:
(1) generating novel and useful knowledge;
(2) developing research capabilities of faculty members;
(3) sharing insights with stakeholders; and
(4) informing curriculum development across related academic programmes.

Specific deliverables from this project include an efficient research infrastructure, regular network building conferences, impactful publications, relevant curriculum, and stakeholder dialogues.

To achieve these objectives and outcomes, this proposal seeks financial support to build the infrastructure for CAHMR, form multidisciplinary teams and partnerships within and outside SPEED, as well as set up a knowledge sharing platform. SPEED is granted a fund from Research Grants Council of University Grants Committee for the abovementioned programme activities during the three-year start-up phase. Subsequently, SPEED will sustain CAHMR through investing internal resources and obtaining external contributions. SPEED is confident that CAHMR will be able to sustain momentum, both financially and culturally, over time.

Members

Professor Peter P. Yuen

Professor Peter P. Yuen

Advisor

Professor and Dean of CPCE
Professor CHIU, Chi-kwan Warren

Professor CHIU, Chi-kwan Warren

Advisor

Professor and Associate Dean (Quality Assurance) of CPCE
Dr FONG, Yuk-fai Ben

Dr FONG, Yuk-fai Ben

Director of CAHMR

Associate Division Head and Professor of Practice (Health Studies)

Dr LAW, Tin-sing Vincent

Dr LAW, Tin-sing Vincent

Academic Convenor

Senior Lecturer
Dr LO, Man-keung Jack

Dr LO, Man-keung Jack

Founding Member

Director of SPEED
Dr NG, Artie

Dr NG, Artie

Founding Member

Principal Lecturer and Deputy Director of SPEED
Dr WONG, Ka-lok Adam

Dr WONG, Ka-lok Adam

Founding Member

Senior Lecturer and Programme Director
Dr TAVITIYAMAN, Pimtong

Dr TAVITIYAMAN, Pimtong

Founding Member

Senior Lecturer and Associate Division Head
Dr CHEUNG, Tsuen-yuen Simon

Dr CHEUNG, Tsuen-yuen Simon

Founding Member

Senior Lecturer

Dr LEUNG, Cheng-han Tiffany

Dr LEUNG, Cheng-han Tiffany

Founding Member

Assistant Professor, City University of Macau
Dr LO, Man-fung (Kelvin)

Dr LO, Man-fung (Kelvin)

Founding Member

Lecturer I, The Education University of Hong Kong
Dr CHAN, Gabriel Hoi-huen

Dr CHAN, Gabriel Hoi-huen

Associate Member

Lecturer
Dr CHAN, Karly Oi-wan

Dr CHAN, Karly Oi-wan

Associate Member

Lecturer
Dr CHAN, Wendy Fung-ming

Dr CHAN, Wendy Fung-ming

Associate Member

Lecturer
Dr CHIU, Oscar Wang-kin

Dr CHIU, Oscar Wang-kin

Associate Member

Lecturer
Dr HO, Wai-tung

Dr HO, Wai-tung

Associate Member

Lecturer
Dr LAM, Elegance Ting-pui

Dr LAM, Elegance Ting-pui

Associate Member

Lecturer
Ms LEE, Rebecca Siu-wah

Ms LEE, Rebecca Siu-wah

Associate Member

Lecturer
Dr LEUNG, Ka-shing Wilson

Dr LEUNG, Ka-shing Wilson

Associate Member

Lecturer
Dr LEUNG, Wai-fung Joseph

Dr LEUNG, Wai-fung Joseph

Associate Member

Lecturer
Dr LUI, Anthony Ki

Dr LUI, Anthony Ki

Associate Member

Lecturer
Ms NG, Sally Sau-yee

Ms NG, Sally Sau-yee

Associate Member

Lecturer
Ms NG, Winnie Wing-man

Ms NG, Winnie Wing-man

Associate Member

Lecturer
Dr WONG, Carrie Hoi-shan

Dr WONG, Carrie Hoi-shan

Associate Member

Senior Lecturer
Dr YAO, Fiona Yan-dong

Dr YAO, Fiona Yan-dong

Associate Member

Lecturer
Mr NG, Ka-chun (Tommy)

Mr NG, Ka-chun (Tommy)

Project Associate

Ms YEE, Hiu-lam (Hilary)

Ms YEE, Hiu-lam (Hilary)

Research Assistant