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Mr Wong, Ki Sum Samson 王琦森

Title:
Assistant Lecturer
Departmental Coordinator, HKU Graduate Internship Scheme
Departmental Coordinator, HKU Project Associate Scheme
Co-Coordinator, Medical Humanities Programme in MBBS IV

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Tel:
3917 9309
Office:
FMM 522 

Mr Wong, Ki Sum Samson 王琦森

Title:
Assistant Lecturer
Departmental Coordinator, HKU Graduate Internship Scheme
Departmental Coordinator, HKU Project Associate Scheme
Co-Coordinator, Medical Humanities Programme in MBBS IV

Curriculum Vitae:

Research Interests:(click to check for cognate researchers)

Professional Qualifications
YearAwarding InstitutionQualification
2018The University of Hong KongMaster of Social Sciences in Gerontology (Distinction)
2014The University of Hong KongBachelor of Arts (Hons)
Biography

Ki Sum Samson first joined Medical Ethics and Humanities Unit (MEHU) as a Teaching Assistant in 2014 shortly after the Unit was founded. He has served in the Unit since and is currently an Assistant Lecturer in Medical Humanities. For the last 7.5 years, he has worked with more than 10 teaching partners to deisgn and implement teaching & learning activities in the University's Medical Humanities Curriculum. 

Samson's main area of interest is ageism in healthcare and ageing infusion education. In 2018-21, he servied as a Co-Investigator in a cross-Faculty “Campus Ageing Mix Project for University Students” (Video) initiated by the Sau Po Centre on Ageing and the ZeShan Foundation. In 2021, he intiated his own project "Exploring Photo-elicitation as a Teaching & Learning Tool to Foster Medical Student’s Awareness of Age-related Biases in Healthcare and to Develop a Humanist View of Ageing" funded by the Teaching Development Grant at HKU. Since 2022, his another project "Learning Dysphagia, Ageing, and Medical Humanities... in a Kitchen" has also been funded by Gallant Ho Experiential Learning Fund at HKU.

Besides teaching, Ki Sum is a seasoned teritary administrator with more than 7.5 years of management experience at HKU. Since 2014, he has served as the Unit's Programme Manager to coordinate the development, operation and restructuring of a 6-year longitudinal MBBS Medical Humanities Programme in LKS Faculty of Medicine. In recent years, Samson holds many other functional roles for the Unit: (1) Departmental Coordinator of HKU Graduate Internship Programme (2020 - Present), (2) Departmental Coordinator of HKU Project Associate Scheme (2020 - Present), (3) Equal Opportunity Advisor (2021 - Present), (4) Co-Coordiantor of Medical Humanities Programme in MBBS IV (2021 - Present). 

This is now the 8th year of his service in the MEHU.

 
Honours, Awards & Prizes
AwardeesAward DateHonours / Awards / PrizesCategory
2022-01-01Young Scholar Merit Award: Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference (APMEC) 2022 - Our Heritage, Our Strength: Future Proofing Healthcare Professionals – Trends. Issues. Priorities. Strategies
Research Achievement
Chan, KH
Man, Q
Lai, W
2021-11-01Outstanding Poster Award: International Conference on Gerontechnology 2021 – Gerontechnology in COVID-19: Experience and Revelation
Teaching Accomplishment
Tang, CHK
Yeung, WSC
Yau, TS
Chan, HYK
2020-11-01Outstanding Poster Award: International Conference on Gerontechnology 2020
Research Achievement
Ray, NL
Wright, A
Kerzin, BM
2018-12-01Award of Merit - Free Paper Presentation (Poster): Frontiers of Medical and Health Sciences Education Conference
Research Achievement
Major Research Themes & Current Projects
DescriptionTitle
Role: Co-Investigator; Funding: Sau Po Centre on Ageing and ZeShan Foundation (HKD70,000)“Campus Ageing Mix Project for University Students” (GIE- CAMPUS)'s implementation in MBBS Curriculum
Role: Principal Investigator; Funding: Teaching Development Grant, The University of Hong KongExploring Photo-elicitation as a Teaching & Learning Tool to Foster Medical Student’s Awareness of Age-related Biases in Healthcare and to Develop a Humanist View of Ageing
Role: Principal Project Coordinator; Funding: Gallant Ho Experiential Learning Fund, The University of Hong KongLearning Dysphagia, Ageing, and Medical Humanities... in a Kitchen
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