Faculty Staff
Dr Pan Jiayan
Dr Pan Jiayan
PhD (Social Work) HKU

Associate Professor
AAB1026
3411 6415
jiayan@hkbu.edu.hk

Research Focus

Migration and mental health, Resilience in acculturation, Post-migration growth, Cognitive behavioral therapy for migrant groups

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2017

  • PI, Improving mental health for Chinese university students in Hong Kong: An integrative model of cognitive behavioral intervention and adventure-based counseling (Early Career Scheme, University Grants Committee, HK$844,000)
  • PI, Developing online courses/blended learning initiatives with FutureLearn (Seed Funding for Developing Online Courses, HKBU, HK$100,000)
  • Co-I, Enhancing University Students\' Well-being and Positive Learning Experiences - Application of Positive Education (Funding Scheme for Teaching and Learning Related Proposals, University Grants Committee, HK$ 5,703,000)

2016

  • PI, An integrative teaching and learning approach to improve mental health of university students in Hong Kong (Teaching Development Grant, HKBU, HK$200,000)
  • Co-I, Enhancing Social Workers\' Sexual Diversity Competence through Sexual Prejudice Reduction Program (General Research Fund, University Grants Committee, HK$867,000)

2015

  • PI, Improving mental health by cognitive behavioral intervention and adventure training for Chinese university students in Hong Kong (Faculty Research Grant (II), HKBU, HK$150,000)
  • Co-I, Cognitive behavioural stress management program for Mainland college students in Hong Kong: A randomized controlled trial (General Research Fund, University Grants Committee, HK$418,500)

2013

  • PI, A cognitive behavioral stress management program for Mainland college students in Hong Kong: A randomized controlled trial (Faculty Research Grant (II), HKBU, HK$100,000)
  • PI, Post-migration growth of Chinese new arrivals in Hong Kong from mainland China: Using a resilience framework in acculturation research (Faculty Research Grant (I), HKBU, HK$50,000)

2012

  • PI, Start-up Grant, HKBU, HK$100,000

2006

  • PI, A Chinese model of emotional resilience in acculturation: An example of Chinese international students in Hong Kong and Australia (Department of Education, Science, and Training, Australian Government, AU$25,000)

2005

  • PI, Emotional resilience among university students in Hong Kong from mainland China (Wu Jieh-Yee Research Fund, HKU, HK$30,000)
 
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2021

  • Pan, J.Y.*, Ye, S., Ng, P.Y.N. & Lu, L. (2021) A Randomized Controlled Trial of Cognitive Behavioral Group Prevention Program for Mainland Chinese University Students in Hong Kong, Research on Social Work Practice, 31(2), 180-193 (IF = 18, Q2 in social work)

2019

  • Pan, J.Y., Ye, S., Chen, C. & Park, C. (2019) A meaning-making model of post-migration growth for mainland Chinese university students in Hong Kong, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, (5-year Impact factor = 1.558, Q2 in social science, interdisciplinary, Q3 in psychology, social)

2018

  • Ng, P., Young, D.K.W., Pan, J.Y. & Law, K.K. (2018) The effect of a community mental health intervention project upon family caregivers of persons with suspected mental illness in the Chinese cultural context, International Social Work, 61(6), 1067-1082 (IF = 880, Q3 in social work)

 

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2021

  • Pan, J.Y.*, Ye, S., Ng, P.Y.N. & Lu, L. (2021) A Randomized Controlled Trial of Cognitive Behavioral Group Prevention Program for Mainland Chinese University Students in Hong Kong, Research on Social Work Practice, 31(2), 180-193 (IF = 18, Q2 in social work)

2019

  • Pan, J.Y., Ye, S., Chen, C. & Park, C. (2019) A meaning-making model of post-migration growth for mainland Chinese university students in Hong Kong, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, (5-year Impact factor = 1.558, Q2 in social science, interdisciplinary, Q3 in psychology, social)

2018

  • Ng, P., Young, D.K.W., Pan, J.Y. & Law, K.K. (2018) The effect of a community mental health intervention project upon family caregivers of persons with suspected mental illness in the Chinese cultural context, International Social Work, 61(6), 1067-1082 (IF = 880, Q3 in social work)

2017

  • Ng, P., Young, D.K.W., Pan, J.Y. & Law, K.K. (published online first) The effect of a community mental health intervention project upon family caregivers of persons with suspected mental illness in the Chinese cultural context, International Social Work (IF = 0.573, Q4 in social work)
  • Young, D., Ng, P. Y.N., Pan, J.Y. (in press) Predictors and prevalence of recovery and remission for consumers discharged from mental health hospitals in a Chinese society, Psychiatric Quarterly, DOI: 10.1007/s11126-017-9497-8. (IF = 1.449, Q3 in psychiatry)
  • Young, D., Ng, P. Y.N., Pan, J.Y., Fung, T., Chan, D. (2017)Validity and Reliability of Recovery Assessment Scale for Cantonese Speaking Chinese Consumers with Mental Illness, International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 15(1), 198-208 (IF = 1.179, Q4 in psychiatry)
  • Young, D., Ng, P., Pan, J.Y. & Cheng D. (2017) Validity and reliability of Internalized Stigma of Mental Illness (Cantonese). Research on Social Work Practice, 27(1), 103-110, DOI: 10.1177/1049731515576209 (IF = 1.586, Q1 in social work)