Dr Lee, Jung Jae Jay
Dr Jay Lee is an Assistant Professor at the School of Nursing of the University of Hong Kong. He started his early career as a stroke nurse. After five years clinical experience, he went on to pursue his Masters and PhD in the School of Health and Social Sciences (Nursing Studies) at the University of Edinburgh. Dr Lee has conducted studies in the research topics of stroke care, addictive behaviours including tobacco smoking, alcohol drinking, and e-device use, and nursing and health education using diverse research designs including mixed methods. Particularly, he has significant experience in using research methodologies such as grounded theory, phenomenology, interpretive description, and thematic analysis to conduct rigorous qualitative studies.
|2005||Ministry of Health and Welfare, South Korea||Registered Nurse|
|2011||The University of Edinburgh||Master in Nursing Studies|
|2016||The University of Edinburgh||PhD in Nursing Studies|
|2008||New York State School Boards Association, USA||Registered Nurse|
|2005||Ministry of Education of Republic of Korea||Certification of Teaching|
|2009||Korean Food and Drugs Administration||Clinical Trial Professional|
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