常任教授職員
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吳日嵐教授

PhD Essex, PsyD CSPP, RSW

副系主任及教授
AAB1024
3411 5110
petrus@hkbu.edu.hk

研究重點

精神復康, 精神健康輔導及治療, 小組工作

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2012

  • Principal investigator, (with R. Klassen, S. Li, S. Su and V. Wong, Adolescent or adult? The challenges of emerging adulthood in contemporary Hong Kong. (Funded by GRF 2012/2013 Allocation)
  • Principal investigator, (with S. Hung & S. Su), A study on burdens of family caregiving in Shenzhen and Hong Kong, (Support by the Faculty of Social Sciences, Mini-area of Excellence).

2009

  • Principal investigator, (with E. Ho from Student Affairs Office as the host of the project and D. Chan from Education Department as co-investigator), Whole-Person development assessment of university students, Research grant from HKBU Strategic Development Fund.
  • Principal investigator, (with E. Ho from Student Affairs Office as the host of the project and D. Chan from Education Department as co-investigator), Enhancing fresh graduates' research abilities for employment through developing the holistic assessment fro outcome-based learning for university students for 3+3+4 , sponsored by UGC Additional Funding Support for New Initiatives.
  • Principal investigator, A study of the quality of life of people participating in a community metal health care program, sponsored by Faculty Research Grant.
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2012

  • Principal investigator, (with R. Klassen, S. Li, S. Su and V. Wong, Adolescent or adult? The challenges of emerging adulthood in contemporary Hong Kong. (Funded by GRF 2012/2013 Allocation)
  • Principal investigator, (with S. Hung & S. Su), A study on burdens of family caregiving in Shenzhen and Hong Kong, (Support by the Faculty of Social Sciences, Mini-area of Excellence).

2009

  • Principal investigator, (with E. Ho from Student Affairs Office as the host of the project and D. Chan from Education Department as co-investigator), Whole-Person development assessment of university students, Research grant from HKBU Strategic Development Fund.
  • Principal investigator, (with E. Ho from Student Affairs Office as the host of the project and D. Chan from Education Department as co-investigator), Enhancing fresh graduates\' research abilities for employment through developing the holistic assessment fro outcome-based learning for university students for 3+3+4 , sponsored by UGC Additional Funding Support for New Initiatives.
  • Principal investigator, A study of the quality of life of people participating in a community metal health care program, sponsored by Faculty Research Grant.

2008

  • Principal investigator, A study of the Community mental health intervention project for persons with suspected mental health problems. Funded by T.W.G.Hs.

2004

  • (2004) (with Angela, O K Tsun & Victor, C W Wong) The Teaching and Learning of Evidence-based Clinical Intervention

2003

  • (2003) (with K F Chan) Working with Clients with Schizophrenia and Their Carers

2002

  • (2002) (with K F Chan) A Qualitative Study on the Aftercare Service for People with Mental Illness in Hong Kong
  • (2002) (with K F Chan & Cecilia, S Y Lai) Courses on Training and Taking Care of People with Mental Handicap for Helping Staff
  • (2002) (with K F Chan & Cecilia, S Y Lai) Training Services to Frontline Rehabilitation Personnel for the Mentally Handicapped Persons
  • (2002) Children and Youth EQ Training Project

2001

  • (2001) A Comparative Study on the Weaknesses and Potentials of Two Communities in Promoting Care to the Elderly - Towards Better Community Care Policies for the Elderly Service in Hong Kong and Shanghai
  • (2001) (with K F Chan) Evaluative Research on Emotional and Value Education Program for Secondary School Students

2000

  • (2000) (with K F Chan, Mary Leung & Duo Wu) An Exploaratory Study on Developing Mental Health Related Curriculum for High School Students in Hong Kong and Shanghai
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2015

  • Lam, P. C. W., Ng, P., Pan, J., & Young, D. K. W. (2015). Ways of coping of Chinese caregivers for family members with schizophrenia in two metropolitan cities: Guangzhou and Hong Kong, China. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 61(6), 591-599. doi: 10.1177/ 0020764014565797.
  • Young, D. K. W., Ng, P. Y. N. & Pan, J. Validity and reliability of internalized stigma of mental illness (Cantonese). 1-8, Research on Social Work Practice, Published online before print March 10, 2015, doi: 10.1177/1049731515576209

2014

  • Young, K. W., Ng, P., & Pan, Y. (2014). Functional recovery of consumers discharged from mental hospital and participating in a community-based psychosocial programme provided by a non-governmental organization. East Asian Archives of Psychiatry, 24(2), 139-141.
  • Ng, P., Ho, W. C., Tsun, A., & Young, D.K. W. (2014). Coping with bereavement of widows in the Chinese cultural context of Hong Kong. International Social Work. (Published on line 24 March 2014, doi:10.1177/0020872813509395)

2013

  • Ng, P. & Su, S. (2013). Developing a culturally sensitive cognitive behavioral intervention for Chinese people, in D. Yeung (ed.), Recovery and counseling of people with mental health problem. (pp. 193-208). Hong Kong: Commercial Press.(in Chinese)
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2015

  • Lam, P. C. W., Ng, P., Pan, J., & Young, D. K. W. (2015). Ways of coping of Chinese caregivers for family members with schizophrenia in two metropolitan cities: Guangzhou and Hong Kong, China. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 61(6), 591-599. doi: 10.1177/ 0020764014565797.
  • Young, D. K. W., Ng, P. Y. N. & Pan, J. Validity and reliability of internalized stigma of mental illness (Cantonese). 1-8, Research on Social Work Practice, Published online before print March 10, 2015, doi: 10.1177/1049731515576209

2014

  • Young, K. W., Ng, P., & Pan, Y. (2014). Functional recovery of consumers discharged from mental hospital and participating in a community-based psychosocial programme provided by a non-governmental organization. East Asian Archives of Psychiatry, 24(2), 139-141.
  • Ng, P., Ho, W. C., Tsun, A., & Young, D.K. W. (2014). Coping with bereavement of widows in the Chinese cultural context of Hong Kong. International Social Work. (Published on line 24 March 2014, doi:10.1177/0020872813509395)

2013

  • Ng, P. & Su, S. (2013). Developing a culturally sensitive cognitive behavioral intervention for Chinese people, in D. Yeung (ed.), Recovery and counseling of people with mental health problem. (pp. 193-208). Hong Kong: Commercial Press.(in Chinese)
  • Ng, P., Su, S., Chan, V., Leung, H., Cheung, W., & Tsun, A. The reliability and validity of a Campus Caring Instrument developed for undergraduate students in Hong Kong. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 46, 88-100.

2012

  • Ng, P., Chun, R W.K., Tsun, A., Recovering from hallucinations: A qualitative study of coping with voices hearing of people with schizophrenia in Hong Kong. The Scientific World Journal. (online publication)

2011

  • Ng,. P., Wan, E., Law, K. K., Yip, C. Y., Lau, R., Law, W. Y., Lee, P. T. & Tse, K. M. from TWGHs) (2011). The effects of a 12-month community mental health care service in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Journal of Social Work, 45(1/2), 59-72.

2010

  • Ho, W.C., Lee, W.L., Chan, C.M., Ng, Y.N., & Choy, Y.H. Hong Kong\'s elite structure, legislature and the bleak future of democracy under Chinese sovereignty. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 40(3), 466-486.
  • Ng, P & Ho, W.C. Developing clinical competence with Chinese consultee: Applying a generic model in mental health social work consultation. Practice: Social work in action, 22(3),167-180.

2009

  • Ng P. 東華三院樂康社區精神健康照顧服務研究報告,東華三院樂康社區精神健康照顧服務,二零零九年,pp. 36。

2008

  • Chan, K.F., Ng, P.Y.N., Bian, Z.X., Shi, Y., Lee, S.P. & Ng, K.Y. Social work at the Chinese medicine system in Hong Kong: Opportunities and challenges. Social Work in Health Care, 46(4) 39-55.
  • Ng, P. & Chan, K.F. Integrated group program for improving sleep quality of elderly people. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 51(3-4), 367-378.
  • Ng, P., Chan, K.F. & Ho, W.C. A study on mental health of secondary school students in three metropolitan cities in China: Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Beijing. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 20(1), 53-62.
  • Ho, W.C. & Ng, P. Public amnesia and multiple modernities in Shanghai: Narrating the postsocialist future in a former socialist Model Community. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. 37(4), 383-416.
  • Ng, P. & Ho, W.C. Identifying community resources for elderly people in Hudong Shanghai, in J.L.C. Ma et al (eds.), Chinese social work in the era of globalization. (pp. 108-123). Shanghai People\'s Publishing House.

2001

  • (2001)〈香港中學生的朋友對其心理健康發展的看法〉 ,載陳啟芳、吳鐸主編,《香港與上海青少年心理健康比較研究》,香港:集賢社,頁91-104。

2000

  • (2000) (with Barker, L. & Cheung, S.) Facing Up to Life in Hong Kong, A Life in the Day (Work and Daytime Opportunities for People Who Use Mental Health Services), Pavilion Publishing 4(2):21-27.
  • (2000) (with Chan, K.F.) Sex Differences in Opinion towards Mental Illness of Secondary School Students in Hong Kong, The International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 46(2):79-88.
  • (2000) Attitudes of Adolescents toward Mental Illness: A Comparison between Hong Kong and Guangzhou Samples. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 12(2-3), pp159-175.
  • (2000) Planning in the Face of Diverse Voices: an Application of Nominal Group Method to Needs Identification in the Mental Health Services. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 27(4):247- 252.

1998

  • (1998) (with Yip, K.S.) The Dilemma of Productivity Oriented Management versus Treatment Oriented Management in Sheltered Workshops for Mental Health Consumers in Hong Kong, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 22(4), pp390-397.
  • (1998) (with Chan, K.F.) (et. al.) A Research Report on Comparing Students\' Mental Health in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
  • (1998) (with Yip, K.S.) Psychiatric Vocational Rehabilitation Services in Hong Kong: A Critical Review in Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 25(6), pp619-625.
  • (1998) (with Chan, K.F.) Secondary School Students\' Opinion Towards Mental Illness: Comparison between the Hong Kong & Guangzhou Samples - Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health on Jan 13, 1998.
  • (1998) (with Chan, K.F.) Gender Differences in Opinion towards Mental Illness of Secondary School Students- Paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Child and Adolescent Mental Health, June 2-6, 1998.
  • (1998) (with Chan, K.F., Wu, D. & Leung, M.) A Research Report on the Comparative Study of Mental Health Education of Secondary School Students of Hong Kong and Shanghai, pp71-90.

1997

  • (1997) (with Chan, K.F., Kwok, R.H.Y., Lai, C.S.Y., Tsun, A.O.K. & Chu, L.L.K.) Enhancing the Quality o f Fieldwork Instruction Through Student-teacher Partnership in Action Research, in Kamber, D. et. al. (eds) Case studies of Improving Teaching and Le

1996

  • (1996) (with Chan, R.K.H.) Youth Opinions about the Ex-mentally Ill in Hong Kong, Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work, 6(1), pp.16-30.