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Dr. Maria Shuk Yu HUNG
Associate Professor
 
Contact Information
Office : KPC 1601G
Tel : 3468 6804
Email : mariahung@twc.edu.hk
Dr. Maria Hung served as a teaching faculty in The Chinese University of Hong Kong and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University since 2001. And she joined Tung Wah College as Assistant Professor in 2015 and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2016. Before joining as a teaching faculty in tertiary education institutions, she has rich clinical nursing and teaching experience in hospitals for many years. Besides, she has ongoing participation in professional training and community volunteer service.
 
Education:
Doctor of Health Science, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Master of Nursing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Professional Diploma for First Line Managers, Hong Kong Productivity Council
CNEC Emergency Nursing Course, Institute of Advanced Nursing Studies, Hospital Authority
 
Professional Qualifications / Memberships:
Fellow (FHKCERN), Hong Kong College of Education and Research in Nursing, the Hong Kong Academy of Nursing
Registered Nurse (General), Nursing Board of Hong Kong
Indicative Register of Teachers of Nurses (RNT), Nursing Board of Hong Kong
Clinical Assessor Part I (General) Registration Exam, Nursing Board of Hong Kong
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Instructor, American Heart Association
Basic Life Support Instructor, American Heart Association
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Hong Kong Instructor
Board of Director, Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, Pi Iota Chapter (2014 -2016; 2018 - 2020)
 
Teaching Areas:
Disaster Management and Education
Emergency and Trauma Nursing
Nursing Ethics
 
Representative Publications / Projects :
 
Publications

1. Hung, S. Y. M., Lam, K. K. S., Wong, L. M. (2018).  The transition challenges faced by new graduate nurses in their first year of professional experience. GSTF Journal on Nursing and Health Care Vol 5, No. 1. ISSN 2345-7198.   http://dl6.globalstf.org/index.php/jnhc/article/view/1240/1169 .

 

2. Hung, S. Y. M., Yam, W. S. S., Ngai, C. Y. C., Wong, Y. Y. I. & Li, Y. K. A. (2018). Knowledge, practices, compliance and beliefs of university nursing students toward hand hygiene: A cross-sectional survey. GSTF Journal on Nursing and Health Care Vol 5, No. 1. ISSN 2345-7198. http://dl6.globalstf.org/index.php/jnhc/article/view/1242   

3. Lam, K. K. S., Kwong, W. Y. E., Hung, S. Y. M., Pang, M. C. S., Chiang, C. L. V. (2017) Nurses' Preparedness for an Infectious Diseases Outbreak: A Literature Review and Narrative Synthesis of Qualitative Evidence. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 2018;27: e1244–e1255. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.14210

4.    Hung, M. S. Y., Chow, M. C. M., Chu, T. T. W., Wong, P. P., Nam, W. Y., Chan, V. L. K., & Chan, T. H. (2017). College students’ knowledge and attitudes toward bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation: A cross-sectional survey. Cogent Medicine, 1334408. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/2331205X.2017.1334408 
 
5.    Kwong, W. Y. E., Hung, S. Y. M., Woo, K. (2016). Improvement of pressure ulcer prevention care in private for-profit residential care homes: An action research study. BMC Geriatrics, BMC Geriatrics, 16(1), 192. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12877-016-0361-8 
 
6.    Lam, K. K. S., Kwong, W. Y. E., Hung, S. Y. M. & Pang, M. C. S. (2016). Bridging the gap between guidelines and practice in the management of emerging infectious diseases: A qualitative study of emergency nurses. Journal of Clinical Nursing, Vol 25 (19-20), 2895-2905. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jocn.13343 
 
7.    Tse, W. K. J., Hung, S. Y. M., Pang, M. C. S. (2016). Emergency Nurses' Perceptions of Providing End-of-life Care in Accident and Emergency Department: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 42(3), 224-232. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jen.2015.10.025
 
8.    Chair, S. Y., Hung, S. Y. M.*, Lui, J. C. Z., Lee, D. T. F., Shiu, I. Y. C. & Choi, K. C. (2014). Public knowledge and attitude towards cardiopulmonary resuscitation in Hong Kong: a telephone survey. Hong Kong Medical Journal, 20 (2), 126-133. (*Correspondence author) DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12809/hkmj134076 
 
9.    Lam, K. K., & Hung, S. Y. M. (2013). Perceptions of emergency nurses during the human swine influenza outbreak: A qualitative study. International emergency nursing, 21(4), 240-246. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ienj.2012.08.008 
 
10.    Li, S.J., Chan, S.S., Hung, S.Y.M., Pang, M.C. (2013). Action learning to improve nursing students’ capacity in disaster preparedness. Journal of Chinese Nursing, 48(11):971-973. (李斯儉, 陳珊珊,熊淑茹, 彭美慈 (2013)採用行動學習法提升護生備災能力的應用實踐, 中華護理雜誌48 (11):971-973.)
 
11.    Hung, M. S. Y. & Pang, S.M.C. (2011). Family presence preference when patients are receiving resuscitation in an accident and emergency department. Journal of Advanced Nursing 67(1), 56–67. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2648.2010.05441.x 
 
12.    Hung, S. Y. M., Lui, C. Z. J., Chair, S. Y., Lee, T. F. D. & Shiu, Y. C. I. (2011). A telephone survey on the attitude and knowledge of the Hong Kong public towards cardiopulmonary resuscitation. International Journal of Cardiology, Volume 147, Supplement 1, S6-7. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0167-5273(11)70019-5 
 
13.    Chair, S. Y., Wang, W., Hung, S. Y. M. & Ip. W. Y. (2010). Risk factors of Hong Kong Chinese patients with coronary heart disease. European Heart Journal Supplements. European Society of Cardiology (European Heart Journal Supplements) vol.12 Supplement A, pp.S22. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, 2010.02. 
 
Research Projects
 
External Funded Project
 
1.    Research Grants Council Competitive Research Funding Schemes for the Local Self-financing Degree Sector 2016/17 Faculty Development Scheme (UGC/FDS17/H01/16) (HK $617,234) - Principal-Investigator
Title - Effectiveness of the Mental Health First Aid Programme for nursing students in Hong Kong.
 
2.    Research Grants Council Competitive Research Funding Schemes for the Local Self-financing Degree Sector 2015/16 Faculty Development Scheme (UGC/FDS17/H03/15) (HK $603, 750) - Co-Investigator
Title: The effectiveness of learning field triage skills in a web 3D game-based virtual world.
 
3.    Professional Training Project for Public Health Division, Department of Health (DH) of HKSAR (2012-2013) (DH PHND/5-95/5/1) (HK $120,770) - Project Manager and Lecturer
Title: Disaster Nursing Training Course    
 
Internal Funded Project
1.    School Research Grant of School of Nursing, Tung Wah College ($30, 000) - Principal Investigator 
Title: The impacts of the Mental Health First-aid training Course: An exploratory qualitative study.
 
2.    School Research Grant of School of Nursing, Tung Wah College ($30, 000) - Principal Investigator 
Title - Effectiveness of the Mental Health First Aid Programme for nursing students in Hong Kong: a pilot study 
 
3.    School Research Grant of School of Nursing, Tung Wah College ($20, 000) - Principal Investigator 
Title - Knowledge, willingness and perceived ability in disaster management among nursing students in Hong Kong: an evaluation study
 
4.    Internal Research Funding of School of Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (2009 – 2013) ($130,000) - Co-Investigator (2012-2013)
Title: Differentiating Clinical Objectives in Various Stages of Learning 
 
5.    Internal Research Funding of The Nethersole School of Nursing, Cardiovascular and Acute Care Research Group Fund, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2010 (MD09574) (HK$45,000) - Principal Investigator
Title: A telephone survey on the attitude and knowledge of the Hong Kong public towards cardiopulmonary resuscitation
 
Research Interests:
Research topics related to mental health first-aid training, disaster education and management, emergency and trauma nursing, end-of-life care, clinical teaching and nursing education.
 
Community Participation and Achievement:
 
Community Participation
Hong Kong Red Cross Volunteer:
1.    Psychological First Aid Leader (2017 - present)
2.    Psychological First Aider (2014 – 2016)
 
International Journal Reviewer:
1.    Journal of Clinical Nursing (2016 – present)
2.    Nursing and Health Sciences (2011 – present)
3.    Asian Nursing Journal (2011-2014)
 
Achievement
2015/2016 Teaching Excellence Award, Tung Wah College


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