Dr Tse, Tsui Yee Emily 謝翠怡
Emily graduated from The University of Hong Kong with an M.B.B.S. degree. She became a specialist in Family Medicine in 2010. She was appointed the Associate Consultant in the Department of Family Medicine and Primary Healthcare, Hong Kong West Cluster, Hospital Authority in 2015. During her over 15 years of clinical work in family medicine, she accumulated management skills, built medical education interest and contributed to the training of family medicine trainees. She has been an Honorary Clinical Supervisor for Basic and Higher Training of the Vocational Training Program of The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians since 2011.
In 2018, Emily decided to change her career focus to participate more in medical education. She joined The University of Hong Kong with a vision of promoting family medicine as a channel to offer primary, continuous, comprehensive and whole-person care to patients, and attracting students with the like aspiration to join this career path.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2020-09-01||Best Oral Presentation Award for the Free Paper Competition of the Hong Kong Primary Care Conference 2020 "2020 Vision: Health for All": The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians||Others|
TANG, Ho Man
|2022-03-01||The HKCFP Best Research Award 2021. Project title ' Non‐laboratory‐based Risk Assessment Model for Case Detection of Diabetes Mellitus and Pre‐diabetes in Primary Care '.: Journal of Diabetes Investigation|
ISSN: 2040-1116 ; eISSN: 2040-1124
|2021-07-01||Outstanding Poster Award for "Relationship between parental stress, health-related quality of life and physiological dysregulation among Hong Kong parents from low-income families": Hong Kong College of Family Physicians||Research Achievement|
LIU, Sze Nga
|2020-09-01||Best Poster Presentation Award for "Adolescents Follow the Healthy Dietary Habit of Parents.": Hong Kong Primary Care Conference||Research Achievement|
|2021-07-01||Award Winning Posters for "Unintentional Injury and Its Associated factors Among the Hong Kong General Population": 8th Asia Pacific Primary Care Research Conference 2021||Research Achievement|
LIU, Sze Nga
|2021-07-01||Outstanding Poster Presentation Award for the paper titled "Relationship between perceived stress, health-related quality of life and physiological dysregulations among Hong Kong parents from low-income families": Hong Kong Primary Care Conference 2021||Research Achievement|
LIU, Sze Nga
|2021-06-01||HKCFP Best Research Award 2020 For the paper titled "Parental depression mediates the relationship between parental stress and child health among low-income families": Hong Kong College of Family Physicians||Research Achievement|
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|08/2018-currently||Committee on Promotion of Breastfeeding Member||Family Health Service, Department of Health|
|05/2017-currently||Young Doctors Committee Member||The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians|
|01/2011-currently||Honorary Clinical Supervisor in Family Medicine||The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians|
|01/2018-currently||Trainee examiner of the Exit Examination(Research Report, Practice Assessment, Clinical Skills Assessment)||The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians|
|01/2018-currently||Examiner of the Exit Examination (Clinical Audit Segment)||The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians|
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