Dr.CHAN Hin Wang Kevin 陳顯宏博士

Title: 
Research Assistant Professor
Qualifications: 

PhD (PolyU HK)
MPH (CUHK)
BA (Toronto)

Email: 
sskevin@polyu.edu.hk
Phone: 
2766 7743
Office: 
EF715
Specialism: 

Injury research and public health

My URLs:  
ORCID

Teaching: 

Introduction to Psychology
Thesis in Applied Psychology - Integrative Workshop
Research Methods in Applied Psychology: Let the Data Speak
Applied Psychology
Introduction to Psychology
Community Psychology

Selected Publications: 

Chan, C.C. & Chan, K. (2006). Program effectiveness, process outcomes and sustainability of health promotion interventions in Hong Kong: Applying the RE-AIM framework. Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies, 7(1), 5-27.

Chan, C.C., Luis, B.P.K., Chow, C.B., Cheng, J.C.Y., Wong, T.W., Chan K. (2003). Unintentional residential child injury surveillance in Hong Kong. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 39(6), 420-427.

Chan, C.C., Luis, B.P.K., Chow, C.B., Cheng, J.C.Y., Wong, T.W., Chan, K., & Tsui, S. (2001). Validating narrative data on residential child injury. Journal of Safety Research, 32, 377-389.

Chan, C.C., Cheng, J.C.Y., Wong, T.W., Chow, C.B., Lui, P.K., Cheung, W.L., Chan, K. (2000). An international comparison of childhood injuries in Hong Kong. Injury Prevention, 6(1), 20-24.

Selected Conference Papers


Chan, K., & Chan, C. C. (2006, April 2-5, 2006). Effectiveness and process outcomes of home visit for unintentional child injury prevention revisited - A systematic review. Paper presented at the Safety 2006: 8th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion, Durban, South Africa.

Chan, C.C., & Chan, K. (2005, July 15-19). Home visitation and the natural helper intervention model – Implications to community implementation. Paper presented at the 5th Chinese Psychologists Conference, Suzhou, China.

Chan, C.C. et al., (2004, April 26-30). Mobilizing volunteers in injury prevention: Illustration with a volunteer-based home visit program in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 18th World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Melbourne, Australia.

Chow, C.B., Chan, C.C., Cheng, J.C.Y., & Chan, K. (2002, May 12-15). Unintentional residential childhood injuries in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 6th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, Montreal, Canada.

Chan, C.C., Chow, C.B., Cheng, J.C.Y., & Chan, K. (2002, May 12-15). Applying the PRECEDE-PROCEED framework to childhood injury prevention in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 6th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, Montreal, Canada.

Chan, K., Chan, C.C., & Lee, A. (2002, May 12-15). Cost of unintentional residential childhood injury morbidity in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 6th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, Montreal, Canada.

Chan, C.C., Lui, B.P.K., Chow, C.B., Cheng, J.C.Y., Wong, T.W., Chan, K., & Tsui, S. (2000, March 27). Method for the analysis and dissemination of narrative data on residential child injury: A validation study. Poster presented at the 10th Asian Congress of Pediatrics, Taipei, Taiwan.