News & Highlights
A recent survey showed that many parents of SEN children in Hong Kong experience substantial mental stress while taking care of their kids; some even need to take psychiatric drugs regularly. Recently, Prof. CHIEN Wai Tong, Director of our School and Prof. Connie CHONG, Assistant Professor of our School were interviewed by RTHK’s ‘Hong Kong United’ and TVB’s 'Closer Look’ to explain how ‘Pai.ACT', a mobile application developed by the team, uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) in conjunction with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to help identify and improve the psychological health of these parents.
Parents or caregivers of children with special education needs (SEN) have always been under tremendous pressure when caring for their children. Such parenting stress can not only impact family life and relationship but also affect their mental well-being. The Nethersole School of Nursing at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)’s Faculty of Medicine has developed the Pai.ACT app, an innovative psychological intervention platform designed mainly to help caregivers of SEN children in Hong Kong with their mental health ...
The 2023 CUHK Information Day for Undergraduate Admissions (Info Day) was held successfully on 21 October. We have received such an overwhelming response for the 5 admission talks held, with some participants having to sit on the floor at one point – our sincere appreciation goes out to all the students and parents for their interest and support towards our Bachelor of Nursing programme!
The 2023 Pass-it-on Ceremony was held the morning of 10 October at the Chung Chi College Chapel, with a total of 259 Bachelor of Nursing and 53 Master of Nursing Science (Pre-registration) Year 1 students attending to make the first steps on their nursing journey. Special thanks to Dr. David LAM, Legislative Councillor, fellow Cluster General Managers and Managers (Nursing) from the Hospital Authority for attending the ceremony to show their support to our students!
The forum is to be held from 22 to 24 May 2024 in CUHK! According to the World Health Organisation, in 2020, nearly one in six deaths was due to cancer, and the number is expected to rise by about 47% in 2 decades ...
Cancer and Palliative Care
Cardiovascular, Metabolic and Stroke Care
Ageing, Behavioural and Mental Wellness