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Dr. Fowie NGAssociate ProfessorContact InformationOffice : MKA 2101aTel : 3468 6789Email : firstname.lastname@example.orgDr. Ng is currently Associate Professor at the School of Management of Tung Wah College. He received his PhD in Health Policy and Management from the University of Hull in UK. Before joining Tung Wah College, he has extensive teaching, research and management experiences at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, SPEED, University of Hong Kong, HKUSPACE, Chinese University of Hong Kong, CUSCS, Hong Kong Baptist University SCE, CityU SCOPE, Open University of Hong Kong and University of Sunderland.Education:PhD in Health Policy and Management, University of Hull, UKMSc in Health Services Research, University of Hull. UKProfessional Diploma in Occupational Therapy, Hong Kong Polytechnic UniversityBOLD, Hong Kong Polytechnic UniversityProfessional Qualifications / Memberships:Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Service ManagementFellow of the Hong Kong College of Health Service ExecutivesFellow of the Hong Kong College of Community Health PractitionersAssociate Member, Association for Learning Technology, UKMember of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS)Teaching Areas:Health Policies and Healthcare SystemsHuman Resources in HealthcareHealthcare Operations ManagementIntroduction to Health Services ManagementHealthcare Information SystemsCommunity Participation and Achievement :Vice President and Council Member of the Hong Kong College of Health Service Executives (HKCHSE)Executive Committee Member of the Hong Kong Community Care Society (HKCCS)Hong Kong Representative at the Society for Health Administration Programs in Education, Australia (SHAPE)Hong Kong Branch Fellowship Study Coordinator of the Australasian College of Health Service Management (ACHSM)Honorary Advisor Division of Nursing, School of Continuing Education, Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)Advisor, Institute of Professional Education, Hong Kong Baptist Hospital (HKBH)Associate Editor (2016-2019), Public Administration and Policy: An Asia-Pacific Journal ISSN: 2517-679X (Emerald)
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Research Interests:Health Services ManagementHealth Information ManagementHealth PolicyService Design for HealthcareDigital HealthEnd of Life CareRepresentative Publications / Projects:Ng F (2020), Digital Health and Telemedicine for Aged-Care: Challenges and Opportunities in Hong Kong, The Tung Wah College 2020 Conference on Transdisciplinary Model of Urban Aged-Care, 31 October (Oral Presentation)
Smith G.D., Ng F. and Watson R. (2020), COVID-19: “ Masking the evidence: Perspectives of the COVID-19 pandemic, Editorial, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 00: pp.1-4.
Ng F., Smith G.D., Ma C.C., Li L.W. (2020) Health Seeking Behaviour: Doctor Shopping. In: Fong B., Law V., Lee A. (eds) Primary Care Revisited. Springer, Singapore.
Smith G.D., Ng F. and Li W.H.C. (2020), COVID-19: Emerging compassion, courage and resilience in the face of misinformation and adversity, Editorial, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 29: pp.1425-1428.
Ng F. and Ma H.C. (2020), Comparative Analysis of Policy in End-of-Life Issues in Hong Kong and Macau, CPCE Health Conference 2020, SPEED, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 13 January.
Ng F. (2019), New Model of ''Internet + Healthcare": case study of online health services in China, in Abstracts from the 7th International Jerusalem Conference on Health Policy, Israel Journal of Health Policy Research, 2019, 8(Suppl 1):69, pg 10-11
Ng F. and Sham A.S.K. (2019), The Changing Landscape of Hong Kong Health System, SHAPE Symposium 2019, La Trobe University, Melbourne, 25 July.
Smith G., Tsoi Y.Y.C., Chan J.Y.F. and Ng F. (2019), Breastfeeding Innovations at District Level: Welcome in Hong Kong?, CPCE Health Conference 2019, SPEED, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 14 Jan.
Ng F., Smith G. and Chau K. (2018), Service Design for Healthcare: Innovations for Better Health Services, CPCE Health Conference 2018, SPEED, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 12 January.
Ng F., Smith G. (2017), Shared Economy and Health Services: Implications for United Kingdom and Hong Kong, CPCE Health Conference 2017, SPEED, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 16 January (Oral Presentation)
Ng F., Smith G. (2016), Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Regulation and Education for Health Care Professionals: A Comparison between the UK and Hong Kong, CPCE Health Conference 2016, SPEED, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 11 January.
Ng F., L Lam (2015), A Comparison Study of Student Acceptance of Mobile Network Services and Mobile Technologies in Hybrid Learning, Hybrid Learning: Innovation in Educational Practices: 8th International Conference, ICHL Wuhan, China, July 27-29, Springer, pp. 334-345