客座教授——陈胡安琪(香港)

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陈胡安琪教授个人简介


育背景:

加拿大多伦多大学学士

美国中密歇根大学硕士

加拿大多伦多大学安大略教育研究所博士


工作经历:

香港理工大学护理学院

20067月至今:副院长,主管注册前教育

20011月至20091月:助理教授

20092月至今:副教授


加拿大多伦多大学安大略教育研究所

19993月至2000年:研究生项目助理


加拿大乔治·布朗应用艺术与技术学院

19889月至19955月:护理学院教授


研究方向:

* 护理与教育中的护理科学

* 叙事研究

* 医疗保健与护患沟通

* 以人/关系为本的护理,护理模型

* 医护结合型教育与临床实践

* 初级卫生保健中的团队协作


获奖:

* 2005年加拿大多伦多大学护理学院四大海外杰出校友之一


* 因其在Regional Excellence Program(区域卓越项目)中的社区服务而获2008年美国国际荣誉护理学会颁发的Pi Iota Chapter奖项


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附件:陈胡安琪教授个人履历




Curriculum Vitae


A. Personal information


  1. Name: Engle Angela Chan

      Email: e.angela.chan@polyu.edu.hk


  1. Education: University of Toronto, Canada; Central Michigan University, USA;

OISE/University of Toronto, Canada


  1.    Qualifications: BScN, MA, Ph.D. RN


  1.     Appointments held:

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

School of Nursing

Associate Head (Pre-service education), July 2006 to present

Assistant Professor, January 2001 to January 2009

Associate Professor, February 2009 to present

 

OISE/University of Toronto, Canada

Graduate program Assistant, March 1999 to 2000


George Brown College of Applied Arts & Technology, Canada

Nursing Professor, Faculty of Nursing, September 1988 to May 1995


Achievements

Selected as one of the four distinguished nursing alumni abroad (Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, Canada 2005)


Pi Iota Chapter Award for the community service of the Regional Excellence Program (Sigma Theta Tau International, United States 2008)


B. Research contributions

1. Research and Scholarship

My area of interest in narrative inquiry and a completed certificate training in the Qualitative Understanding of Illness Process and Prevention (EQUIPP) at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada has facilitated my continuous development and engagement in qualitative studies and the use of mix-method research. In addition, the completion of Interprofessional Education Faculty Development for the Continuing Education and Professional Development at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada has afforded me with the opportunities for the subsequent interprofessional curriculum and research development.   


My research program lies within person/relation-centered care underpinned by caring/human science paradigm that has evolved into an emphasis on effective communication in health care and interprofessional collaborative practice.  The notions of teamwork, primary care with the interface of public and private on diabetic care, health care communication in nursing clinical handover for quality patient care, the use of a cue-responding model to facilitate nurse-patient communication in routine care within clinical settings and work on nursing education with the concept of internationalization through technology are some of my current areas of concentration.


2a.  Publications (Peer reviewed)

Chan, E.A. & Lai Claudia (2014). Understanding the reasons why some elderly people do not wish to tell their life stories. Journal of Advanced Nursing (submitted)


Sheldon, L. K., Chan, E. A. Chan, Law, B.Y.S., Crawford, R., & Stein-Parbury, J. (2014). Teaching communication skills in nursing: Time for a monumental shift, International Journal of Nursing Studies (submitted)

 

Chan E.A. & Maj-H Nyback. (2014) A virtual caravan - a metaphor for home-internationalization through social media: a qualitative content analysis. Nurse Education Today (submitted)


Chan E. A. (2014) Learning about student communication through cue-responding during simulated routine nursing care: A mixed method study. Nurse Education Today, 34 (7), 1057-1061.

 

Chan E. A. Jones, A., & Wong, K. (2013). The relationship between communication, care and time are intertwined: a narrative inquiry exploring the impact of time on registered nurses’ work. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69(9), 2020-2029.


Chan E. A. Winsome Lam & YEUNG, Lam Yeung Kit Sum Syrine (2013) Interprofessional competence: a qualitative exploration of social work and nursing students’ experience, Journal of Nursing Education, 52(9),509-515.


Lam, W., Chan, E., & Yeung, K.S.S. (2013) Implications for School Nursing Through Interprofessional Education and Practice. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22, 1988-2001.


Chan, E.A., Jones, A., Fung, S., & Wu, S.C. (2012) Nurses’ perception of time availability in patient communication in Hong Kong. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(7-8), 1168-1177.


Chan, E.A., Chan, K., & Liu, Y.W.J. (2012) A triadic interplay between academics, practitioners and students in the nursing theory and practice dialectic. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 68(5), 1038-1049.


Chan, E. A., Pang, S. Ching, S. & Lam, S. (2010). Interprofessional education: The interface of nursing and social work.  Journal of Clinical Nursing 19:168-176.


Chan, M. F., Chan, E. A., & Mok, E. (2010).Effects of music on depression and sleep quality in elderly people: a randomized controlled trial. Complementary Therapies in Medicine16,150-159.


Chan, E. A., Mok, E., Ho, A. & Hui, J. (2009). The use of interdisciplinary seminars for the development of caring disposition in nursing and social work students.Journal of Advanced Nursing 65(12), 2658-2667.


Chan, M.F., Chan, E.A., Mok, E. & Tse, F. (2009). Effect of music on depression and physiological responses in community-based older adults. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 18:285-294.


Chan, E. A. (2009) Reflecting on the essence of our problem-based learning discussions: The importance of Faculty development and our continuous quest for applications of problem-based learning.  Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences 25(5): 274-279.


Lam, Yeung S.K.S., Ho, A. P.O., Lo-Hui, M.C. & Chan, E.A. (2009). Social work ethical decision-making in an interdisciplinary context, British Journal of Social Work, 40(5), 1573-1598(8).


Chan, E. A. (2008). Evaluating Narrative Pedagogy in Nursing Education in Hong Kong.Nursing Science Quarterly, 21(3): 261-267.



Chan, E. A., Chung, J.W. Y. & Wong, T.K.S. (2008). Learning from the severe acute

respiratory syndrome (SARS) epidemic.  Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17(8):1023-1034.


Chan, E. A., Chung, J. W. Y., Yang, J. C. S., Wong, T. K.S., Lai A. S. F. & Ching, P. T.

Y. (2008) Evaluating nursing practice models in the context of SARS.  Hong Kong

Medicine Journal Supplement 1, 14(1): 42-45.


Chan, E.A., Chung, J.W.Y., Wong, T.K.S., Lien, A.S.Y. & Yang, J.Y. (2007)

Application of a virtual reality prototype for pain relief of pediatric burn in Taiwan.

Journal of Clinical Nursing, 16(4), 786-793.


Mok, E., Chan, E.A., Cheung, K. & Cheung, S.  (2007).Integrated problem-based

learning: A team approach.  In T.P. Leung (Ed.),Innovations in professional education

Practices and Reflections.The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Experience.  Hong

Kong: Pearson Education Asia Limited.


Chan, E. A., Cheung, K., Mok, E., Cheung, S. & Tong, E. (2006) A narrative inquiry into Hong Kong Chinese adults’ concepts of health through their cultural stories.

International Journal of Nursing Studies, 43(3),301-309.


Chan, E. A.,Chung, J.W.Y., Wong, T.K.S. & Yang, J.C.S. (2006). An evaluation of

nursing practice models in the context of the severe acute respiratory syndrome epidemic

in Hong Kong: a preliminary study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 15(6),661-670.


Chan, E.A. & Schwind, J. (2006). Two nurse teachers reflect on acquiring their nursing

identity. Reflective Practice, 7(3), 303-314.


Wong, F., Cheung, C.M., Chan, K., Chan, E. A. & To, T. (2006). A framework for

adopting problem-based learning approach in a simulated clinical setting. Journal of

Nursing Education, 3, 318.  


Lien, A.S. Y., Chuang, W. Y., Yang, J. Y., Chan, E. A., Chung, J. W. Y. & Wong, T. K.

S. (2006). An Outcome exploration of virtual reality for pediatric child pain relief. Chang

Gung Nursing, 17(3),263-274.


Chan, E. A. (2005). Narrative research trail: values of ambiguity and relationships.  

Nurse Researcher, 13(1),43-55.


Chan, E. A. (2005). The influence of human becoming theories on teaching-learning  

stories in Hangzhou, China. Nursing Science Quarterly, 18(4), 306-312.


Chan, E. A. & Chung, L. (2004) Teaching abstract concepts in contemporary nursing

through spirituality. Reflective Practice, 5(1), 125-132.



Chan, E. A., (2002). A lived experience of dualism between the natural and human

science paradigms in nursing.  Journal of Advanced Nursing, 40(6), 739-746.



2b. Publications (not peer reviewed)

Chan, E. A. (2013) Work with Compassion. In Azer S., (Ed.) Making

Sense of Clinical Teaching: A Hands-on Guide to Success. Hodder-Arnold Publishing:

United Kingdom.  


Chan E. A. Knowing your colleagues and practice through interprofessional learning. Paper presented at the second Global Congress for Qualitative Health Research 2012 at Universitá Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan Italy 2012, June 28-30.


Chan, E. A. (2008). The mobius strip spiral: The meaning of caring inpractice. In J. K.

Schwind & G. M. Lindsay (Eds.), From experience to relationships: Reconstructing

ourselves ineducation and healthcare. Charlotte, N.C.,Information Age Publishing. P.

63-74.


Wong, F. K. Y., Chan, E. A., Cheung, S. C. M., Chung, L. Y. F., To, T. S. S, Wong, M.L.

W. Y.,et al. (2004). Problem-based learning: An innovative model for clinical education.

In W. C. S. Chan, V. Lopez, A. M. Wong & F. K. Y. Wong (Eds.),Evidence-based

nursing education and related issues (pp. 40-56).  Hong Kong: Ming Pao Publication Ltd.


 Samson, F., Brewer, B., Chan, E.A., Dunn, M. & Fenton, V. (2002). Situating ourselves  

 in narrative research.  In H. Christiansen & D. Ramadevi, (Eds.), Re-educating the

educator: Changing contexts and new challenges in teacher education (pp. 91-106). San  

Francisco: Jossey-Bass.


Conference Presentations  

Rider E, Slade D, Chan E A, Dunston R, Eggins S, Longmaid H.E, The International Research Centre for Communication in Healthcare (IRCCH): Creating Safer and More Compassionate Healthcare Systems around the World. Conference on Communication, Medicine and Ethics (COMET) Lugano, Switzerland, June 26 -28, 2014


Rider EA, Kurtz S, van Zwieten M, Chan EA, Branch, Jr. WT.  Revealing humanity through narrative pedagogy in nursing educationin Panel presentation: Articulated Values and Skilled Communication: The Foundation of Humanistic Care.   Conference on Communication, Medicine, and Ethics (COMET) Lugano, Switzerland, June 26-28, 2014.


Chan, E.A. Sheldon, L. K. & Stein-Parbury J, Communication Skills Training in Nursing: Time for a Monumental Shift. Symposium Panel, Conference on Communication, Medicine, and Ethics (COMET) Lugano, Switzerland, June 26-28, 2014.


Law B. & Chan E.A.Telling and Retelling of Stories of Good Work by Newly-Graduated Registered Nurses in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry in Illinois University, United States, May 14, 2013.


Lai, C.K. Y., Chan, E.A., Shae, W.C., & Zhang, Y. Seniors

sharing their life stories with others: why and why not? Oral paper presented at the

Gerontological Society of America 65th Annual Scientific Meeting, November 14-18.

San Diego, USA, November 14-18, 2012.



Conference poster presentations

Slade D, Rider EA, Matthiessen C, Dunston R, Della P, Jones D, Chan EA, Lam M, Pun Kwok Hung J, Wang S.  Interprofessional, multicultural approaches to healthcare communication challenges: Creation of the International Research Centre for Communication In Healthcare. Poster. National Academies of Practice 2014 Annual Forum, “One Team – One Health”, Alexandria, VA USA, April 4 – 5, 2014.


Slade D, Matthiessen CMIM, Rider EA, Dunston R, Della P, Chan EA, Lam M, Pun Kwok Hung J, Wang S. The International Research Centre for Communication in Healthcare (IRCCH): Creating Safer and More Compassionate Healthcare Systems around the World. Conference on Communication, Medicine, and Ethics (COMET) Lugano, Switzerland, June 26-28, 2014.


Lai, C.K. Y., Chan, E.A. The effects of life story work on the psychological outcomes of community-dwelling seniors. Poster presented at the 20th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Seoul, Korea 2013, June 23-27.


Lai, C. K.Y., Chan, A. E., Shae, W. C., & Zhang, Y. Who are the healthy active seniors? A report informed by a study on the effect of life story work on  community-dwelling older adults. Poster presented at the InternationalConference entitled “Ageing: Moving beyond boundaries,” hosted by the Faculty ofHealthand Medicine, University of Lancaster, United Kingdom 2012, September 5 -7.

 

3a.Collaborative Research

Joint Universities research, on High Degree of Research supervision: An exploration of supervisor and candidate expectations (through e-survey questionnaire), between Poly U and University of Wollongong in Australia (2014-2015).


Collaborative Project with Novia University of Applied Sciences, Finland on nursing students’ development of cultural capacity through internationalization at home (2013).


Collaborative Research with donation from Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital on professional development of bedside clinical handovers (in process)



3b. Research Grants

The Hong Kong Health, Welfare and Food Bureau

Principal Investigator:  Promotion of a public-private partnership in primary care for long-term diabetic management Health and Medical Research Fund (HMRF) 2014-2016.


University of Grant Council

Co-investigator: Life story work in elderly care. General Research Fund (2009-2012).

 

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Principal Investigator: Inquiry and experience: The role of active interprofessional learning in community services. Faculty-Wide/Cross-Department Learning and Teaching Development Project Fund (2013-2014)


Principal Investigator: Learning about student communication through cue-responding during simulated routine nursing care. Department Research Fund (2012-2013).


Principal Investigator: Practice learning for interprofessional collaboration on competence development. Faculty-Wide/Cross-Department Learning and Teaching Development Project Fund (2009-2012)


Principal Investigator: Explore the relationship between perceived time availability and communication of nurses with patients: A pilot study.  Block Grants (2008-2009)


Principal Investigator: Enhancing an outcome-based education: An intricate dialogue between theory and practice.  Learning and Teaching Development Project Fund (2007-2009).


Co-Investigator: Use of the human patient simulator (HPS) in developing nursing students’ generic competencies.  Learning and Teaching Development Project fund (2008-2009).


Principal Investigator: Using nurses’ stories to understand their meanings of time and its influence on their experience of care. Central Research Grant (2007-2009).


Principal Co-investigator: The use of music for the depressed older adults in the community: A preliminary study. Central Research Grant (2006-2007).


Principal Investigator: A cross-disciplinary approach in fostering the development of caring qualities and ethical decision making competence in undergraduate nursing and social work students. A Faculty-wide/Cross Department Learning and Teaching Project fund (2006-2008).


Principal Investigator: Exploring the use of a narrative pedagogy in student learning through an online course of caring concepts.  School Learning and Teaching Fund (2005-2006).


The Hong Kong Health, Welfare and Food Bureau

Principal Investigator: An evaluation of nursing practice models in the context of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS): A clinical trial.  RFCID (Research Fund for Control of Infectious Disease 2005-2006).


The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Principal investigator: A qualitative study on the Chinese adults' concepts of health in living out their stories of severe acute respiratory syndrome in Hong Kong. Section Research Fund, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (2003-2005).


Principal investigator: Application of virtual reality for pain: A prototype development. Special Development Research Fund, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (2002-2005).


University Grant Committee of Teaching Development

Co-investigator: Incorporating assessment as a complementary means to direct desired learning in nursing.   University Grant Committee Teaching Development Grant (Inter-universities funds) with Chinese University and Hong Kong University (2001-2007).


4.Supervision of research students

Ph.D student’s work on a narrative inquiry about mentoring and good work with newly graduated nursing students

Doctoral student’s thesis about violence with mental health nurses: a grounded theory approach

Doctoral student’s work on a hermeneutic phenomenological study on community nurses’ professional identity within the primary health care reform

Doctoral student’s thesis on assertiveness for nurses in the operating room: an ethnographic study


5.Organisation, promotion and/or management of research

Studies with Hospital Authority (HA) has led to knowledge translation through HA’s invitation to share my findings with nurses in the hospitals about nursing time, task-centered care within routine, nurse-patient communication and the modular nursing model of care.  Some examples are as follows.


Chan, E. A., Chung, J.W. Y. & Wong, T.K.S. (2008). Learning from the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) epidemic.  Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17(8):1023-1034.

  • Building from the preliminary simulated work about SARS on modular nursing: published in (2006), the study on our learning from SARS epidemic was conducted. It was the first in Hong Kong as funded by the Hospital Authority under the research fund for the control of Infectious disease (RFCID) by the Health, Welfare and Food Bureau.


  • Findings from this interventional study have been presented, through HA’s invitation, at a couple of hospitals (Princess Margaret Hospital and Tung Wah Eastern Hospital in 2007) for administrators’ (ward managers and departmental operating managers) attention on nursing time, their hand washing practice, and infection control.


  • Findings were also published in HA’s journalfor further dissemination:

Chan, E. A., Chung, J. W. Y., Yang, J. C. S., Wong, T. K.S., Lai A. S. F. & Ching, P. T. Y. (2008) Evaluating nursing practice models in the context of SARS.  Hong Kong Medicine Journal Supplement 1, 14(1): 42-45.



Chan, E. A. Jones, A., & Wong, K. (2013). The relationship between communication, care and time are intertwined: a narrative inquiry exploring the  impact of time on registered nurses’ work. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69(9), 2020-2029.


This study addressed the issue of time not as the linear clock time especially in a

           time-pressurized environment, rather as pragmatic temporal issues that are

           responsive to contingencies arising in nurses’ workplace. This insight has

compelled us to re-evaluate the nature of communication during procedural or

           task-centered nursing care.


  • The findings of this study have led to further funding for other projects in examining nurse-patient communication during procedural care and cue-responding training for students. Findings from the communication project has been presented at the 45th General Manager (Nursing) meeting, September 4 2012. The support from the General Nurse Manager has led to a proposal for General research fund.  The work on time and communication has also enabled the researcher to become a key member in the establishment of the International Center for Communication in Health Care between HK Poly U and University of Technology in Sydney.


Chan, E. A., Mok, E., Ho, A. & Hui, J. (2009). The use of interdisciplinary seminars for the development of caring disposition in nursing and social work students.Journal of Advanced Nursing 65(12), 2658-2667.

  • This paper contributed to a growing interest in interprofessional education and the issue of caring within patient-centered care that becomes a rhetoric in time-pressurized environment.  Findings became the bases for further funding on practice learning for interprofessional collaboration on competence development and publications.


Chan E. A. Winsome Lam & YEUNG, Lam Yeung Kit Sum Syrine (2013) Interprofessional competence: a qualitative exploration of social work and nursing students’ experience, Journal of Nursing Education, 52(9),509-515.


Lam, W., Chan, E., & Yeung, K.S.S. (2013) Implications for School Nursing Through Interprofessional Education and Practice. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22, 1988-2001.

  • Foundational to a curriculum development of Freshman seminars as a common interprofessional health care subject.

  • Served also as a foundation for a successful cross-department competitive learning and teaching grant (2013-2014) entitled: Inquiry and experience: The role of active interprofessional learning in community services.



C. Other evidence of academic and professional standing

Associate Director for the International Research Center of Communication in Health Care, a collaborative development between HK Poly U and University of Technology in Sidney ( 2013- 2015)


Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies, National University of Singapore. Academic Visitor (Visiting scholar) (October 7 to 11 2013)


Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications  (HKCAAVQ)

Appointed Specialist (2012-2015)


Member of Expert Panel of Central Research Working Group for Hospital Authority Chinese Medicine Research. (1 Aug 2014- 31 July 2016)


Editorial board of Global Qualitative Nursing Research (GQNR), USA (2014-2017)


International Editorial Reviewer Board of Clinical Nursing Studies, USA (2013-2016)


Member of the Health Management and Social Care Subject Committee, Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority, Hong Kong (2012-2015).


Member of the Sixth Form Psychology Subject Committee, Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority, Hong Kong (2008-2010; 2011-2013)


Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications  (HKCAAVQ)

Panel chair for the approval of the substantial changes made to its Higher Diploma in Nursing Programme at The School of Nursing, Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital. June 2012


Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications  (HKCAAVQ)

Panelist member of the Programme revalidation exercise of Hospital Authority Higher Diploma in Nursing, Nursing Services Department, Hospital Authority Head Office Validation May 16-17 2012.  


Hong Kong Community College (HKCC)

Panel Chair to revalidate the Programme of the Associate in Health Studies.  (September/ October 2011)


Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications  (HKCAAVQ)

Panelist member of the validation exercise for the Bachelor of Nursing Programme, Tung Wah College Validation Nov 2011.  


Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Medical Centre

External Assessor for Academic Staff Promotional Exercise July 2011 at the Department of Nursing, UKM Medical Centre


 Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications  (HKCAAVQ)

Panelist member of the validation exercise for the initial Evaluation of School of Nursing of Hong Kong Baptist Hospital and a HD in Nursing Programme Validation from 20 to 22 July 2011.  

 

School of Health Sciences, Macao Polytechnic University

Curriculum reviewer for Academic Accreditation, June 8, 2010.


Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Medical Centre

External examiner for the Bachelor Degree Nursing Programme Examination Session 2009/2010 at the Department of Nursing, UKM Medical Centre May 24 to 26, 2010.


Faculty of Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University, South Africa  

External examiner for a Ph. D. thesis entitled Virtual Reality for Pain Relief in Pediatric Burns Patients by Prof. Quinette Louw, Division of Physiotherapy, Department of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences.  


Executive member, president, Pi Iota Chapter, Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (2006-2008).


Sigma Theta Tau International, United States

Pi Iota Chapter Award for the community service of the Regional Excellence Program, 2008


Chairperson of the subcommittee of education. Hong Kong Society of Nursing Education, Hong Kong (2005-2007)


Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, Canada

Distinguished nursing alumni abroad, 2005  


Editorial Board of Curriculum Inquiry, OISEUT, Toronto, Canada (2002-2005)


College of Nurses of Ontario,Canada

Quality assurance local facilitator, September 1998 to December 2001  


Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital & School of Nursing in Hong Kong

Consultant: July 2003, June & July 2004

Centennial College of Applied Arts & Technology

Postgraduate teletriage nursing program - research project manager, January 2000 to November 2000



Invited Speech/seminar/symposium

Chan E. A. Lecture on Clinical Reasoning and Decision-making: Communication in Clinical Handovers. Sino-US Summit Forum on Quality Care and Nurse-Patient Communication held in September 21-25, 2014 in Suzhou.

Chan E. A., Slade D. & Eggins, S.  Seminar on communication in clinical handovers organized by the Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital, June 16, 2014


Chan E. A.  Lecture on interprofessional care and communication for quality for continuing education programe organized by Suzhou University for nurses in Guiyang, China, July 15 to 17, 2013.


Chan E. A. Lecture for continuing education program on clinical reasoning and decision making for Zhongshan Ophthalmic Nursing, presented at Zhongshan Ophthalmic Center, Guangzhou, China, July 6, 2013.


Chan E.A. Learning about student communication through cue-responding during simulated routine nursing care. Paper presented at the 2nd Symposium on HealthCare communication: Fostering International Research Collaboration for Safer and more Compassionate HealthCare Practices. Hong Kong, China, June 24 to 26, 2013.


Chan E. A. Nurses’ perception of time availability in patient communication in Hong Kong.  Paper presented at 45th General Manger (Nursing) meeting, Hong Kong, China, September 4 2012.

Chan E. A. Nurse’s process of decision-making for the National Conference of Continuing education on Safety of Care, Suzhou, China, June 13-16 2012.   


Chan E. A. Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice: Nursing and Social Work. Paper presented at Academic Exchange Programme of the School of Nursing in December at the Sun Yat-Sen University, China, 2011.


Chan E. A.  Qualitative methodology: Narrative inquiry. Paper presented at the National Research Conference, Guangzhou Medical University research exchange seminar. organized by Pi Iota Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International and Guangzhou Medical University, Guangzhou, China, July 28-30 2011.   


Chan E. A.  Nurse-patient communication. Symposium on Health Care Communication: Research and training in an International Perspective, hosted by the Department of English and the Faculty of Humanities of Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China, March 15-16, 2011.  


Chan E. A.  International Conference at the 3rd SooChow Nursing Forum, hosted by the SooChow University, its first affiliated hospital and SooChow Nursing Association, SooChow, China, July 9-12, 2010.


Chan E. A. Asian Leaders’ Seminar at the 7th International Nursing Conference: Exploring New Horizon of Nursing Evidences, hosted by the Korean Society of Nursing Science, Seoul, Korea, October 29 to 30, 2009.


Chan E. A. Evidence-based interprofessional education for nursing and social work. The 7th International Nursing Conference: Exploring New Horizon of Nursing Evidences, hosted by Korean Society of Nursing Science, Seoul, Korea, October 29 to 30, 2009.


Chan E. A. Caring pedagogies in education.  International Caritas Consortium, hosted by Bon Secours, St. Frances with Professor Jean Watson at Charleston, South Carolina, April 22-26 2009.


Chan E. A.  Stories of experience in caring: Interweaving teaching, research and practice.  International caring conference: promoting nursing excellence, , hosted by Faculty of Nursing, Fooyin University, November 14 &15, 2008.


Chan E. A.  A meaningful clinical dialogue through the problem-based approach. An annual problem-based conference, hosted by Faculty of Nursing, Kaohsiung Medical University, July 5 & 6, 2008.  


Chan E. A. A modular nursing model of a relation-centered paradigm for infection control. A seminar presentation, hosted by Infection control unit at Princess Margaret Hospital, November 27 2007.


Chan E. A. Patient safety and infection control of vein transfusion and evidence-based study of tumor specialized nursing. Guest moderator for the Suzhou International Clinical Nursing Forum, hosted by The First Affiliated Hospital of Soochow University, November 11 2007.  


Chan E. A. Sustaining caring practice through reflexivity and theories of caring with pragmatic meanings at The 2007 Spring Caritas Consortium Conference in La Jolla, California, hosted by the Caritas Consortium, May 21-22 2007.


Chan E. A.  A modular nursing model to promote infection control within a patient-focused care paradigm, an interactive seminar,  hosted by Infection control nursing division, Tung Wah Eastern Hospital, April 31 2007.


Chan E. A.  An Understanding of Cultural Influences on Health Concepts and Behaviors within a relation- centered care at the Symposium on “Cultural Competence in Health Care: Socio-ethical Implication and Practice”, in ELSI Education Center hosted by National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan, March 3 2007.

Chan E. A. Clinical reasoning. Invited talk by Hong Kong Nurses Training & Education Foundation to promote professional interchange between Hong Kong and mainland nurses during their professional visit to study Hong Kong System of Nursing Administration and practice, 2004-05.  



D. Teaching and learning

1. Statement on Teaching & Learning contributions

Reflecting upon the areas of my success in the past years, I have continuously pursued with good result in the area of my teaching effectiveness. Having the good fortune to teach the undergraduate course of Caring Concepts and a graduate subject of Concept Analysis for several years, I was able to refine my teaching based on student feedback.  For the undergraduates, they often come with a preconceived notion that theories and concepts are abstract and hence their learning about caring concepts.  I was able to use students’ clinical examples and invited nurses to share their experience with students for the meaningfulness and relevance to student learning about caring in practice and in theory. I have invited patients to share their illness journey with students in order to deepen their understanding of caring. Despite teaching a large class and ‘abstract’ concepts and theories, my Student Feedback Questionnaire (SFQ) scores have relatively stayed between the range of 3.9 to 4.2 (2010-2014).  As for the graduate course, students often found the course to be helpful in developing their qualitative thinking, and my SFQ overall scores was of 4.4 (2012-2013) to 4.8 (2013/2014) out of 5.  


I am also one of the co-ordinators for the subject Freshman Seminars in order to facilitate the interprofessional learning based on problem-based approach as per the findings from my previous research in this area.


Contribution to developing and implementing new teaching materials/innovation

My staff development training on interprofessional education in Canada has facilitated my involvement in developing the course of Freshman Seminars, as part of the new curriculum, within a team in our Faculty serve as the coordinator for SN.  The interprofessional learning approach does not only captialize on our faculty’s strength of nursing and allied health but also is aligned with the international trend.


As it is important to be an effective teacher, my continued pursuit of excellence is demonstrated through regular attendance of EDC training workshops and lecture series from renowed educators sharing about their innovative pedagogies.  Understanding the intricacy of ‘flipped classroom’ as a new way to engage students in a large class, this approach, albeit without the mini lecture component, will be tried in the course on caring concepts.  During the last semester (2013/2014), I have the opportunity to work with a Finish colleague in delivering a common aspect of the course on cultural nursing through online teaching, as a pilot for students experiene of internationalization at home. Publication of the findings has been revised with minor changes in a peer-revieweed journal. In addition, this pilot has lent itself to another collaborative study with Swedish colleagues for a research fund.  Other joint potential projects with colleagues from Australia and United Kingdom are in the making. I look forward to further developing this practice as part of the global curriculum through technology.  


Collaborating with the English Department, Faculty of Humanities in the development of  a pilot subject named communication in healthcare to be offered to all students at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University



Relevance from teaching and learning projects for curriculum development and sustainability.

In the past and for this year, I was successful in securing the large cross-departmental competitive learning and teaching grants (2013-2014; 2009-2012; 2007-2009) for interprofessional learning and competence development as well as for outcome-based education.



The findings, from the 2009-2012 project on interprofessional learning, were fundamental to the problem-based approach in the design of the new curriculum of the subject Freshman seminars. Findings from the new project (2013-2014) will also be integrated into relevant subjects for objectives and/or assessments, guidelines and curriculum design. In particular, they can be integrated into courses such as interprofessional primary health care services and honour project for research interprofessionally at an undergraduate level.  




Synergy of teaching  and research


Findings from the studies of teaching and learning are not only for curriculum planning but also serve to advance our  knowledge development in nursing and interprofessinal education.  Numerous manuscripts were published and invited conference presentations /talks also became part of the deliverables.  Recent examples are as follows for both publications and invited speeches.


Chan E.A. & Maj-H Nyback. (2014) A virtual caravan - a metaphor for home-internationalization through social media: a qualitative content analysis. Nurse Education Today (submitted)


Chan E. A. Winsome Lam & YEUNG, Lam Yeung Kit Sum Syrine (2013) Interprofessional competence: a qualitative exploration of social work and nursing students’ experience, Journal of Nursing Education, 52(9),509-515.



Chan, E.A., Chan, K., & Liu, Y.W.J. (2012) A triadic interplay between academics, practitioners and students in the nursing theory and practice dialectic. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 68(5), 1038-1049.

 

Chan, E. A., Pang, S. Ching, S. & Lam, S. (2010). Interprofessional education: The interface of nursing and social work.  Journal of Clinical Nursing 19:168-176.



Invited Speech/seminar/symposium

Chan E. A. Lecture on Clinical Reasoning and Decision-making: Communication in Clinical Handovers. Sino-US Summit Forum on Quality Care and Nurse-Patient Communication held in September 21-25, 2014 in Suzhou, China.


Chan E. A. Lecture on interprofessional care and communication for quality for continuing education programe organized by Suzhou University for nurses July 15 to 17, 2013 in Guiyang, China.  



E. Leadership and/or management roles

  1. Contributions within the organisational structure of the HK Polytechnic University or other higher education institutions


Assuming my role as the Associate Head, I was able to lead and work with programme leaders as a team on the 5 year nursing curriculum. My involvement with WHO in developing the criteria for the global standards for pre-service education and the primary health-care oriented nursing competency has led to the integration of these criteria and the essentials for the primary health-care oriented nursing into our new curriculum. I have also been nominated as a member of the working Group on Teaching Evaluation Practices. This Working Group aims to advise Deputy President and Academic Council on the development and implementation of teaching evaluation practices in PolyU.


  1. Contributions to external bodies as a representative of the HK Polytechnic University

Member of Expert Panel of Central Research Working Group for Hospital Authority Chinese Medicine Research. (1 Aug 2014- 31 July 2016)


Member of the Health Management and Social Care Subject Committee, Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority, Hong Kong (2012-2015).


Leadership or management roles for other professional bodies or organisations

 



F.Outreach and public engagement


  1. Details of effective engagement with the community in the presentation and explanation of scholarly activity


A seminar on communication in healthcare, particularly on clinical handover that was based on previous empirical findings was conducted on June 16 2014 to over 100 nurses at the Hong Kong Hospital and Sanatorium (HKSH) with an intention for possible collaborative research in this area. Subsequent donation for research to our International Center of Communication in Health Care is made.  The study will be 12 months in length starting 2014.   


  1. Representation of the HK Polytechnic University within the local, regional or national community


Member of Expert Panel of Central Research Working Group for Hospital Authority Chinese Medicine Research. (1 Aug 2014- 31 July 2016)


Member of the Health Management and Social Care Subject Committee, Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority, Hong Kong (2012-2015).


Member of accreditation committee of the Nursing Council of Hong Kong (nominated in process)





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