Professor Emily Ying-yang CHAN (陳英凝教授)
BS (Johns Hopkins), SMPIH (Harvard), MBBS (HKU), MD (CUHK), DFM, DDM, DFPH (UK), CPH (USA), FHKCCM, FHKAM

Associate Director (External Affairs and Collaboration); and Professor, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care; Assistant Dean (Development), Faculty of Medicine;
Convenor, Climate Change and Health Study Group;
Centre Director, Collaborating Centre for Oxford University and CUHK for Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response (CCOUC);
Centre Director, Centre for Global Health;
Visiting Professor of Public Health Medicine, Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford, United Kingdom;
Senior Fellow, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard University, US; and
Visiting Scholar, Francois-Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) Centre for Health and Human Rights,
Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University, US


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Collaborating Centre for Oxford University and CUHK for Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response (CCOUC)
Public Health Humanitarian Initiative
Ethnic Minority Health Project
CUHK Climate Change and Health Study Group

 

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Biography 
Prof Emily YY Chan is currently the Director of Collaborating Centre for Oxford University and CUHK for Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response (CCOUC), Director of Centre of Global Health, Professor, and Convener (Climate Change and Health Study Group), Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Apart from being a public health research expert, she is also an expert in health need and program evaluation assessments of medical humanitarian interventions in extreme events and health program development in remote and resource deficit settings. In 2007, Professor Chan has established the Climate Change and Health Research Study Group at the JC School of Public Health and Primary Care at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and she headed of the CUHK-HKO Collaborative Research Team on Climate Change and Health Outcomes (2012-2014). The research aims are to examine and provide evidence-based insights on various health impacts and associated community behaviors related to climate change. Currently, the two main funded research areas are i) health impact modeling (mortality, morbidity and self-reported health outcomes), and ii) behavioral assessments (knowledge, attitude, perception, risk literacy and communication predictors). Among the international peer-reviewed publication, the recent climate change-related study focusing on the relationship between weather phenomena and pollution levels and daily hospital admissions in Hong Kong has been published in Bulletin of World Health Organization.  She serves in the editorial boards of several international scientific journal and as technical expert in various governing boards of international non-governmental organizations and government advisory groups in areas related to medical humanitarian response, Climate change and health and health related interventions in difficult settings.

Teaching Modules 

Undergraduate level:
 - MB ChB Department of Community and Family Medicine module and clinical teaching
 - PBH 2011 Global Health

Graduate level:
Master of Public Health Programme - Population and Global Health Concentration
PBHT 5003 Global Health (formerly known as PBH 7903 Global Health)
PBHT 5801 Climate Change and Health
PBHT 5802 Disaster and Humanitarian Crisis
PBHT 5803 Disaster Risk Management for Health
HSOC 6801 Field Action Laboratory (formerly known as Field Practicum)
PBHT 6900 CAPSTONE-Practice Coordinator



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Research Interests 

Professor Chan research work uses multidisciplinary methods from public health, clinical medicine, disaster science, health economics and management sciences.

  • Disaster and Humanitarian Crisis
  • Climate Change and Health
  • Rural and Ethnic Minority Health
  • Disasters, Injury and Violence Epidemiology
  • Evidence-based interventions
  • Macro-determinants of health (Globalization, Urbanization, Migration)
  • Health needs and intervention impact assessment methodologies


Awards 
2010/2011 CUHK School of Public Health and Primary Care Best Teacher Award
2007 Nobuo Maeda International Research Award
2007 Hong Kong Humanity Award - Link
2005 World Medical Association Caring Physician of the World
2005 World Ten Most Outstanding Person Award - Link
2004 Hong Kong Ten Most Outstanding Person Award - Link

Community Engagements 

Since 2011, chairlady of the Health and Safety Committee, WuZhiQiao (Bridge to China) Foundation
Since 2009, board member of the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation
Since 2009, council member of Oxfam Hong Kong
Since 2009, fellow of Morningside College , The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Since 2005, public health advisor of Médecins Sans Frontières Hong Kong
2001-2005 President of Médecins Sans Frontières Hong Kong


Media Coverage 
2013 Living condition of population displaced by the Sichuan Ya'an Earthquake - Wenweipo News
2013 Substandard Earthquake relief: Donations needed for long-term recovery post Ya'an Earthquake - Apple News Hong Kong
2012 Radio and Television Hong Kong – Why Poverty?
2012 PCCW NowTV – Under the Fiery Sun
2012 Television Broadcasts Limited – Weekend Broadcasting Studio

MultiMedia 
2013 CUHK Golden Jubilee "CU50-The People" Video Series – Emily Chan, Humanitarian Relief
2013 Nuffield Department of Medicine of Oxford University International Podcast Series - CCOUC

Related links 

Lancet : The untold stories of the Sichuan earthquake
CUHK Public Health Humanitarian Initiatives
PBHT5801 Class simulation: A Sudden Influx of Refugees - created by Christy Chan in July, 2011
CCOUC From Vision to Mission - created by aChaud and Christy Chan in April, 2011
CCOUC Opening Ceremony - created by Christy Chan in April, 2011
Healthy Village Project 2011, Ma’an Qiao Village, Sichuan, China - created by Christy Chan in March, 2011
Healthy Village Project 2010, Datan Village, Gansu, China - created by Christy Chan in December, 2010
Sichuan: Jin Sha Jiang (CUHK Humanitarian Initiatives) – created by Joyce Leung in March, 2011
Health Needs Assessment Trip in Guangxi, August, 2012 - created by CCOUC in October, 2012.
CUHK Climate Change and Health Study Group


Publications 

Peer-Review Journal Publications (Total: 79) 

Human Health Security: Public Health response in Natural Disaster/Conflicts/Emergencies in Primary care and resource deficit settings 

1. Burkle FM, Erickson T, von Schreeb J, Kayden S, Redmond A, Chan EY, et al. (2017). The solidarity and health neutrality of physicians in war & peace. PLoS Curr Disasters. 2017. Available from: http://currents.plos.org/disasters/article/the-solidarity-and-health-neutrality-of-physicians-in-war-peace/ 

2. Hemstock SL, Buliruarua L-A, Chan EYY, Chan G, Jacot Des Combes H, Davey P, Farrell P, Griffiths S, Hansen H, Hatch T, Holloway A, Manuella-Morris T, Martin T, Renaud FG, Ronan K, Ryan B, Szarzynski J, Shaw D, Yasukawa S, Yeung T, Murray V. (2016). Accredited qualifications for capacity development in disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies. 2016 Sep;20(1):15-34. 
Available from: http://trauma.massey.ac.nz/issues/2016-1/AJDTS_20_1_Hemstock.pdf 

3. Chan EY, Yue J, Lee P, Wang SS. (2016). Socio-demographic Predictors for Urban Community Disaster Health Risk Perception and Household Based Preparedness in a Chinese Urban City. PLOS Currents Disasters. 2016 Jun 27. Edition 1. doi: 10.1371/currents.dis.287fb7fee6f9f4521af441a236c2d519.

4. Chan EYY, Cheng CKY, Tam G, Huang Z, Lee P. (2015). Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of Hong Kong population towards human A/H7N9 influenza pandemic preparedness, China, 2014. BMC Public Health. 2015;15:943. doi:10.1186/s12889-015-2245-9

5. Chan EYY, Cheng CKY, Tam G, Huang Z, Lee P. (2015). Willingness of future A/H7N9 influenza vaccine uptake: A cross-sectional study of Hong Kong community. Vaccine [Internet]. 2015 Jul 27; Available from: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X15010063 

6. Chan EY, Wang Z, Mark CK, Da Liu S. (2015). Industrial accidents in China: risk reduction and response. Lancet. 2015 Oct 10;386(10002):1421-2. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(15)00424-9 

7. Chan EYY. (2013). Bottom-up disaster resilience. Nature Geoscience VOL 6 | MAY 2013 327-328 http://www.nature.com/ngeo/journal/v6/n5/pdf/ngeo1815.pdf 

8. Barnett-Vanes A, Hung KK, Maruthappu M, Shalhoub J, Chan EY. (2013). Improving health in humanitarian crises: from reactive to proactive. Lancet. 2013 Aug 24;382(9893):679. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(13)61768-7 

9. 陈英凝,高杨。中国偏远农村及少数民族地区的医疗卫生现状及防灾需要。伤害医学(电子版)2013年。 

10. Chan EYY, Kim JH, Lin C, Cheung EYL & Lee PPY. (2013). Is previous disaster experience a good predictor for disaster preparedness in extreme poverty households in remote Hui minority based community in China? Journal of Immigrants and Minority Health. http://www.springerlink.com/openurl.asp?genre=article&id=doi:10.1007/s10903-012-9761-9

11. Chan EY, Liu S, Hung KK. (2013). Typhoon Haiyan and beyond. Lancet. 2013 Dec 7;382(9908):1873. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(13)62415-0. Epub 2013 Nov 23 

12. Hung KK, Cocks RA, Poon WK, Chan EY, Rainer TH, Graham CA. (2013) Medical volunteers in commercial flight medical diversions. Aviat Space Environ Med. 2013 May;84(5):491-7. 

13. Hung KK, Lam EC, Chan EY, Graham CA. (2013). Disease pattern and chronic illness in rural China: the Hong Kong Red Cross basic health clinic after 2008 Sichuan earthquake. Emerg Med Australas. 2013 Jun;25(3):252-9. doi: 10.1111/1742-6723.12080. Epub 2013 May 20 

14. Hung KKC, Lam ECC, Wong MCS, Wong TW, Chan EYY, Graham CA. (2013). Emergency physicians’ preparedness for CBRNE incidents in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2013 Mar; 20(2):90–97. 

15. Hung KKC, Chan EYY, Graham CA. (2012). Disaster training: lessons learnt from the 2008 Sichuan China earthquake. International Paramedic Practice, 2(2), pp 133 – 140.

16. Chan EYY, Hung KKC, Cai Y. (2011). An epidemiological study of technological disasters in China: 1979–2005. European Journal of Emergency Medicine vol.18, no.4, pp.234–237.

17. Chan EYY, Koo SD. (2011). Systematic literature review on pediatric sleep disturbance management post-disaster: implications of post-disaster pediatric clinical management in developing countries. Prehosp Disaster Med 2011; 26(Suppl.1):s38 doi:10.1017/S1049023X11000269 

18. Chan EYY, Lin CLY, Lee PPY, Zheng I, Cheung EYL, Lam SC. (2011). Preliminary results of post-flooding impacts on rural elderly in Hainan province, China. Prehosp Disaster Med 2011; 26(Suppl.1):s41 doi:10.1017/S1049023X11000361 

19. Chan EYY, Wong SY, Griffiths SM, Graham CA. (2011). Disaster education framework to bridge natural disaster medical response and primary care development in developing countries. Prehosp Disaster Med 2011; 26(Suppl.1):s7 doi:10.1017/S1049023X11000379

20. Cheung EYL, Chan EYY, Lam HP, Lin CLY, Lee PPY. (2011). Post disaster mental health among ethnic minorities in rural China: results from qualitative studies. Prehosp Disaster Med 2011; 26(Suppl.1):s88-s89 doi:10.1017/S1049023X11002792 

21. Cheung EYL, Chan EYY, Lee SH. (2011). Comparative descriptive analysis of post disaster psychological interventions. Prehosp Disaster Med; 26(Suppl.1):s139 doi:10.1017/S1049023X11004316 

22. Cheung EYL, Chan EYY, Lin CLY, Lee PYY. (2011). Clinical effectiveness of psychological first aid training among emergency responders in Chinese population: Preliminary results of 3-month follow up. Prehosp Disaster Med; 26(Suppl.1):s137-s138 doi:10.1017/S1049023X11004274 

23. Hung K, Chan EYY, Lam E, Rainer T, Graham C. (2011). Disease pattern in a rural setting three weeks after the 2008 Sichuan, China earthquake-Hong Kong Red Cross Basic Health in Yanmen. Prehosp Disaster Med 2011; 26(Suppl.1):s176 doi:10.1017/S1049023X11005437 

24. Lin CLY, Hung K, Chan EYY, Lee PPY. (2011). Effectiveness of “Understanding Disasters” Training among health care professionals and students in China. Prehosp Disaster Med 2011; 26(Suppl.1):s123-s124 doi:10.1017/S1049023X11003852 

25. Yuen HY, Chan EYY, Ahuja AT. (2011). Use of portable ultrasound in triage in field settings. Prehosp Disaster Med 2011; 
26(Suppl.1):s781 doi:10.1017/S1049023X11000469 

26. Chan EYY, Griffiths SM. (2010). The epidemiology of mine accidents in China. Lancet, Vol.376 No.9741, pp.575-577.http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(10)60660-5/fulltext

27. Chan EYY, Kim JJ. (2010). Characteristics and health outcomes of internally displaced population in unofficial rural self-settled camps after the 2005 Kashmir, Pakistan earthquake. European Journal of Emergency Medicine Vol 17 No. 3 pg 136-141 

28. Chan EYY, Kim J. (2010). Chronic health needs immediately after natural disasters in middle-income countries: the case of the 2008 Sichuan, China earthquake. European Journal of Emergency Medicine, Vol 18 No 2 pg 111-114. doi: 10.1097/MEJ.0b013e32833dba19 

29. Hung KC, Chan EY, Cocks RA, Ong RM, Rainer TH, Graham CA. (2010). Predictors of diversions and deaths for inflight medical emergencies in commercial aviation. Arch of Internal Medicine, 2010; 1401-1402 81(3); 303. 

30. Lau JTF, Yu XN, Zhang JX, Mak WWS, Choi KC, Lui WWS, Zhang JX, Chan EYY. (2010). Psychological Distress among Adolescents in Chengdu, Sichuan at 1 Month after the 2008 Sichuan Earthquake. Journal of Urban Health, Vol. 87 No. 3 May, 2010 pg 504-523 doi:10.1007/s11524-010-9447-3

31. Yu XN, Lau JT, Zhang J, Mak WW, Choi KC, Lui WW, Zhang J, Chan EY. (2010). Posttraumatic growth and reduced suicidal ideation among adolescents at month 1 after the Sichuan Earthquake. J Affect Disord. 2010 Jun; 123(1-3):327-31. Epub 2009 Nov 11. 

32. Chan EYY. (2009). Why are older people health needs forgotten post-natural disaster relief in developing countries? A healthcare provider survey of 2005 Kashmir, Pakistan earthquake. American Journal of Disaster Medicine, Vol.4no.2, pp.107-112. http://pnpcsw.pnpco.com/cadmus/testvol.asp?year=2009&journal=ajdm

33. Chan EYY, Gao Y, Griffiths SM. (2009). Literature review of health impact post-earthquakes in China 1906-2007. Journal of Public Health, Vol 32, No. 1, pg 52-61. doi: 10.1093/pubmed/fdp078. 2009.08.04 

34. Chan EYY, Kim JJ. (2009). Remote mobile health service utilization post 2005 Kashmir-Pakistan Earthquake. European Journal of Emergency Medicine. Vol. 17 No. 3. pg 158-163. 

35. Chan EYY. (2008). Doctors in natural disaster relief setting. The Hong Kong Practitioners. Volume 30 No 3 pg 152-153 http://www.hkcfp.org.hk/article/2008/09/page152_153commentary.html

36. Chan EYY. (2008). The untold stories of Sichuan Earthquake, Lancet, Vol. 372. No. 9636, pp.359-362. http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140673608611411/fulltext 

37. Chan EYY, Griffiths SM. (2008). Comparison of Health Needs of Older People Between affected rural and urban areas after the 2005 Kashmir Pakistan Earthquake. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, Vol.24 no.5, pp.365-371. 

38. Chan EYY, Griffiths SM, Chan CW. (2008). The public health risk of melamine in milk products. Lancet, Vol. 372. No. 9648, pp. 1444-1445. http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140673608616049/fulltext

39. Chan EY, Sondorp E. (2007). Natural disaster medical intervention: Missed opportunity to deal with chronic medical needs? An analytical framework. Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, Special Issue No. 19. Pg 45-51 

40. Chan EY. (2006). Evidence-based public health practices: Challenges for health needs assessments in disasters. Hong Kong Med J 2006: 12: 324-6. http://www.hkmj.org/article_pdfs/hkm0608p324.pdf 

41. Chan E. (2003). Medecins Sans Frontieres experience in the provision of health care in complex setting. Hong Kong Med J, 2003; 9:67 http://www.hkmj.org/article_pdfs/hkm0302p67.pdf
 

Climate Change and Environmental Health 

42. Goggins WB, Chan EY. (2017). A study of the short-term associations between hospital admissions and mortality from heart failure and meteorological variables in Hong Kong: weather and heart failure in Hong Kong. Int J Cardiol.; 2017;228:537–42. Available from: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167527316335641 

43. Lam HC, Li AM, Chan EY, Goggins WB. (2016). The short-term association between asthma hospitalisations, ambient temperature, other meteorological factors and air pollutants in Hong Kong: a time-series study. Thorax. 2016 Jun 24. pii: thoraxjnl-2015-208054. doi: 10.1136/thoraxjnl-2015-208054 [Epub ahead of print] 

44. Lee KL, Chan YH, Lee TC, Goggins WB, Chan EY. (2016). The development of the Hong Kong Heat Index for enhancing the heat stress information service of the Hong Kong Observatory. Int J Biometeorol. 2016 Jul;60(7):1029-39. doi: 10.1007/s00484-015-1094-7015-1094-7. Epub 2015 Nov 6. 

45. Wang P, Goggins WB, Chan EYY. (2016). Hand, foot and mouth disease in Hong Kong: A time-series analysis on its relationship with weather. PLOS ONE. 2016 August 17. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0161006 

46. Goggins WB, Yang CY, Hokama T, Law LSK, Chan EYY. (2015). Using Annual Data to Estimate the Public Health Impact of Extreme Temperatures. American journal of epidemiology 05/2015; DOI:10.1093/aje/kwv013 

47. Gao Y, Chan EY, Li L, Lau PW, Wong TW. (2014). Chronic effects of ambient air pollution on respiratory morbidities among Chinese children: a cross-sectional study in Hong Kong. BMC Public Health. 2014 Feb 3;14:105. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-14-105 

48. Qiu H, Yu ITS, Tse LA, Chan EYY, Wong TW, Tian LW. (2014). Greater temperature variation within a day associated with increased emergency hospital admissions for asthma. Science of the Total Environment 10/2014; 505C:508-513. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.10.003 

49. Wang F, Yeung KL, Chan WC, Kwok CCH, Leung SL, Wu C, Chan EYY, Yu ITS, Yang XR, Tse LA. (2014). A meta-analysis on dose-response relationship between night shift work and the risk of breast cancer. Annals of Oncology 08/2013; 24(11). DOI:10.1093/annonc/mdt283 

50. Wang F, Zhang L, Zhang Y, Zhang B, He Y, Xie S, Li M, Miao X, Chan EYY, Tang JL, Wong MCS, Li Z, Yu ITS, Tse LA. (2014). Meta-analysis on night shift work and risk of metabolic syndrome. Obesity Reviews 06/2014; 15(9). DOI:10.1111/obr.12194

 51. Chan EY, Goggins WB, Yue JSK, Lee P. (2013). Hospital admissions as a function of temperature, weather phenomena and pollution levels in an urban setting in China. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. August 2013 

52. Gao Y, Chan EYY, Li LP, He QQ, Wong TW. (2013). Chronic effects of ambient air pollution on lung function among Chinese children. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 2013; 98(2): 128-35. doi: 10.1136/archdischild-2011-301541 

53. Gao Y, Chan EYY, Zhu YJ, Wong TW. (2013). Adverse effect of outdoor air pollution on cardiorespiratory fitness in Chinese children. Atmospheric Environment, 2013; 64: 10-17. doi: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.09.063

54. Goggins WB, Ren C, Ng E, Yang CY, Chan EY. (2013). Effect modification of the association between meteorological variables and mortality by urban climatic conditions in the tropical city of Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Geospatial Health. 2013 Nov;8(1):37-44. 

55. Goggins WB, Chan EY, Yang C, Chong M. (2013). Associations between mortality and meteorological and pollutant variables during the cool season in two Asian cities with sub-tropical climates: Hong Kong and Taipei. Environ Health. 2013 Jul 19;12:59. doi: 10.1186/1476-069X-12-59 

56. Chan EY, Goggins WB, Kim JJ, Griffiths SM (2012) A study of intracity variation of temperature-related mortality and socioeconomic status among the Chinese population of Hong Kong. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2012;66(4):322-7. 

57. Goggins WB, Chan EY, Ng E, Ren C, Chen L. (2012). Effect modification of the association between short-term meteorological factors and mortality by urban heat islands in Hong Kong. PLoS ONE. 2012.7(6):e38551. 

58. Goggins WB, Chan EY, Yang CY. (2012). Weather, pollution, and acute myocardial infarction in Hong Kong and Taiwan. International Journal of Cardiology 2012; doi: 10.1016/j.ijcard.2012.09.087 

59. Goggins WB, Woo J, Ho S, Chan EY, Chau PH. (2012). Weather, season, and daily stroke admissions in Hong Kong. International Journal of Biometeorology 2012; 56(5): 865-72. 

60. Gupta S, Carmichael C, Simpson C, Clarke MJ, Allen C, Gao Y, Chan EYY, Murray V. (2012) Electric fans for reducing adverse health impacts in heatwaves. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2012, 7. http://www.mrw.interscience.wiley.com/cochrane/clsysrev/articles/CD009888/frame.html 

 61. Tsang SL, Gao Y, Chan EYY. (2012). A pilot study on unintentional household injury among children with intellectual disability in Hong Kong. Injury Medicine, 2012; 1 (1): 25-32. doi: 10.3868/j.issn.2095-1566.2012.01.005 (The opening issue. Chinese abstract:http://im.hep.com.cn/im/productInfo.htm?id=7d3b72909cb64848b3253573f319d1ab 

 62. Yang GJ, Tanner M, Utzinger J, Malone JB, Bergquist R, Chan EY, Gao Q, Zhou XN. (2012). Malaria surveillance-response strategies in different transmission zones of the People's Republic of China: preparing for climate change. Malar J. 2012 Dec 21;11:426. doi: 10.1186/1475-2875-11-426 

63. Chan EY, Goggins WB, Kim JJ, Griffiths S, Mak TK. (2011). Help-seeking behavior during elevated temperature in Chinese populations. Journal of Urban Health 2011; 88(4): 637-50. 

64. Chan EYY, Kim JH, Lee PYY, Lin CLY. (2011). Analysis of health risk perception and behavior changes during elevated temperatures for an urban Chinese population Prehosp Disaster Med 2011; 26(Suppl.1):s26 doi:10.1017/S1049023X11000914

65. Chan EYY, Lee PPY, Leung JMS, Kim JH. (2011). Health seeking behavior post-unintentional household injury in Hong Kong. Prehosp Disaster Med 2011;26 (Suppl.1):s134 doi:10.1017/S1049023X11004171 

66. CHAN Ying Yang Emily, KIM Jean Hee, GRIFFITHS Sian Meryl, LAU Joseph T. F. and YU Tak Sun Ignatius. (2010). Does living density matter for nonfatal unintentional home injury in asian urban settings? Evidence from Hong Kong. Journal of Urban Health, New York, USA, 2009.07.28. 

67. Chan EYY, Kim JH, Ng Q, Griffiths S, Lau JTF. (2008). A descriptive study of nonfatal unintentional home-based injury in urban settings: evidence from Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health 39-48 Volume 20. Supplement, October 2008 

68. Chen H, Li LP, Chan EYY (2009). Heat Wave and Daily Mortality of Residents in a Coastal City in China. J Environ Health, November 2009, Vo 26 No 11 pg 988-990. 

69. Tian L, Bi Y, Ho S, Liu W, Liang S, Goggins WB, Chan EYY, Zhou S, Sung J. (2008). One-year delayed effect of fog on malaria transmission: a time-series analysis in the rain forest area of Mengla County, south-west China. Malaria Journal. 7:110. http://bmj.com/cgi/eletters/336/7637/0#188585 Global Health and Primary Care Related/Migration/Urbanization 

70. Zhang N, Miao R, Huang H, Chan EYY. (2016). Contact infection of infectious disease onboard a cruise ship. Scientific Report [Internet]. 2016 December 8; 6: 38790. doi: 10.1038/srep38790 

71. Hung KKC, Lin AKY, Cheng CKY, Chan EYY, Graham CA. (2014). Travel health risk perceptions and preparations among travelers at Hong Kong International Airport. Journal of Travel Medicine. 2014 Jul;21(4):288-91. 03/2014; DOI:10.1111/jtm.12112 

72. Xu F, Ware RS, Tse LA, Wang Y, Wang Z, Hong X, Chan EY, Dunstan DW, Owen N. (2014). Joint associations of physical activity and hypertension with the development of type 2 diabetes among urban men and women in Mainland China. PLoS One. 2014 Feb 13;9(2):e88719. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0088719. eCollection 2014. 

73. Xu F, Wang X, Ware RS, Tse LA, Wang Z, Hong X, Chan EY, Li J, Wang Y. (2014). A school-based comprehensive lifestyle intervention among Chinese kids against Obesity (CLICK-Obesity) in Nanjing City, China: the baseline data. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr. 2014;23(1):48-54. doi: 10.6133/apjcn.2014.23.1.04. 

74. Gao Y, Li LP, Chan EYY, Lau J, Griffiths S. (2013). Parental migration, self-efficacy and cigarette smoking among Chinese rural adolescents. PLoS ONE, 2013 8(3): e57569. http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0057569 

75. CHEUNG Polly; HUNG Wk; CHEUNG Catherine; CHAN Amy; WONG TT; CHAN Wk Sharon; LI Lawreance; CHAN KW; CHOI Peter; KWAN WH; YAU CC; CHAN Ying Yang Emily; LAW CK Stephen and KWAN Daisy. (2012). Early Data from the First Population-Wide Breast Cancer-Specific Registry in Hong Kong. World Journal of Surgery vol.36 pp.723-7239. 2012.01.20. 

76. Chan E, Griffiths S. (2010). The implication of water on public health: The case of China. Perspectives in Public Health September 2010 130: 209-210, doi:10.1177/1757913910379187 

77. Chan EYY, Griffiths S, Gao Y, Chan CW, Fok TF. (2010). Addressing disparities in children’s health in China Archives of Disease in Childhood, 2008;93:346-352; doi:10.1136/adc.2007.130146 

78. Gao G, Griffiths S, Chan EYY. (2009). Community-based interventions to reduce overweight and obesity in China: a systematic review of the Chinese and English literature. Journal of Public Health, pp. 1–13, November 2007. doi:10.1093/pubmed/fdm057 

79. Wong, WCM, Holroyd, E, Chan EY, Griffiths S, Bingham A. (2008). One country, two systems: Sociopolitical implications for female migrant sex workers in Hong Kong BMC International Health and Human Rights. 2008: 8: 13 http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-698X/8/13 


Book/Book Chapters (Total 13)

1.ChanEYY, Public health humanitarian responses to natural disasters. London: Routledge; 2017. https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138953703

2. 陳英凝,陳廣慧,黃嘉寶,黃喆,翁家俊,劉思達。中國農村健康及備災:進階培訓手冊。香港:CCOUC災害與人道救援研究所;2016。[Chan EYY, Chan GKW, Wong CKP, Huang Z, Yung TKC, Liu SD. Health and disaster preparedness in rural China: Advanced training manual. Hong Kong: CCOUC and WZQCF; 2016. Traditional Chinese.]

3. Chan, EYY, Li, W. Role of government and NGOs. In: N. Wolfson, A. Lerner, & L. Roshal (eds.), Orthopedics in disasters: Orthopedic injuries in natural disasters and mass casualty events. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2016: 47-59.

4. Chan EYY, Liu KS, Lee PY, Ling KWK, Wong CS. Training manual on Health and Disaster Preparedness in Rural China. WZQ; February 2016.

5. Chan EYY. [Public health and liberal studies: analysis of cross-module issues]. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Educational Publishing Company; 2015. Chinese.

6. 陳英凝,香港的城市災害準備情況。馬宗晉主編,十萬個為甚麼‧災難與防護。香港:商務印書館;2015年。

7. 陈英凝,朱迎佳,李宝仪,刘思达。中国农村健康及防灾培训手冊(简体版)。香港:CCOUC灾害与人道救援研究所,无止桥慈善基金;2015年6月。

8. 陳英凝,朱迎佳,李寶儀,劉思達。中國農村健康及防灾培訓手册。香港:CCOUC灾害與人道救援研究所,無止橋慈善基金;2015年3月。

9. Chan EYY, Southgate RJ. Responding to chronic disease needs following disasters: A rethink using the Human Security approach. In: Hobson C, Bacon P, Cameron R (eds.). Human Security and Natural Disasters (Routledge Humanitarian Studies series). Tokyo: Routledge; 2014.

10. Chan EYY, 1.4.3 Health needs of older people after earthquake. Wright J & Cave B. Chapter 1.4 In assessing health needs. Oxford Handbook of Public Health Practice (3rd Edition). Oxford University Press; 2013.

11. 陈英凝。汶川救援点滴。无国界医生志愿工作者合著,无国界医生手记。中国长沙:湖南科学技术出版社;2012年3月:120-3。

12. Lewis,G., Sherringham, J., Kalim, K., & Crayford, T.J.B Mastering Public Health: A postgraduate guide to examination and revalidation. The Royal Society of Medicine Press Limited. United Kingdom (as International Editorial Panel 2008)

13. Chan EYY. Sans Frontieres Under the Sun. Hong Kong Economic Press; July 2005 (In Chinese).


Technical Article and Reports (Total 31)

Disaster and medical humanitarian studies related 

1. Chan EYY, Yeung MPS, Lo STT. Hong Kong’s emergency and disaster response system (policy brief). Hong Kong: CCOUC; 2015.

2. CHAN Ying Yang Emily, HUNG Kei Ching Kevin, CHOI Yuen See and LIU Sida. Disaster Case Study Series Technical Report 3: The 2009 Earthquake in West Sumatra, Indonesia. CCOUC Disaster Technical Case Report Series 1-100 pgs. Hong Kong, China, 2012.06.

3. CHAN Ying Yang Emily, HUNG Kei Ching Kevin, RODAS Jamie Rocio and LIU Sida. Disaster Case Study Series Technical Report 2: Earthquakes in Nepal, the 2011 Sikkim Earthquake. CCOUC Disaster Technical Case Report Series 1-120 pgs. Hong Kong, China, 2012.05.

4. CHAN Ying Yang Emily and HUNG Kei Ching Kevin. Disaster Case Study Series Technical Report 1: The 2008 Sichuan Earthquake, China CCOUC Disaster Technical Case Report Series 1-109 pgs. Hong Kong, China, 2012.04.20.

5. CHAN Ying Yang Emily, HUNG Kei Ching Kevin and RODAS Jamie Rocio. Disaster Case Study Series Technical Report 8: The Health Effects of Human Made Disasters: Internal Conflict in the Philippines. CCOUC Disaster Technical Case Report Series 1-145 pgs. Hong Kong, China, 2012.03.

6. CHAN Ying Yang Emily, HUNG Kei Ching Kevin, CHOI Yuen See, HUANG Bryant Yin Chun and LEE Po Yi. Disaster Case Study Series Technical Report 5: The Worst Floods in Thailand in 50 years: Thailand Floods. ". CCOUC Disaster Technical Case Report Series 1-130 pgs. Hong Kong, China, 2011.12.

7. CHAN Ying Yang Emily, HUNG Kei Ching Kevin and ZHU Yingjia. Disaster Case Study Series Technical Report 7: Clenbuterol Usage in Pork Industry in China. CCOUC Disaster Technical Case Report Series 1-140 pgs. Hong Kong, China, (Sept 2011)

8. Chan EYY, Goggins WB, Lin CLY, Cheung EYL, Lee PY, Cheng CYI & Lam D. Epidemiology study of health impact of 2010 Hainan typhoon disaster. Disaster case study technical report No.2. Pgs 1-70. CERT-CUHK-Oxford University Center of Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response (CCOUC) School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. (May 2011)

9. Chan EYY, Goggins WB, Cheung EYL, Lin CLY, Lee PY & Tse E. (2011) Report on Hainan Province Li Minority Village Health Needs assessment. Public Health Humanitarian Initiative Technical Report No. 6. Pgs 1-82. School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. (May 2011)

10. Chan EYY, Hung KKC, Cheung EYL & Koo SD. The 2010 Bhutan Fire Disaster. Disaster case study technical report No.1. CCOUC Disaster Technical Case Report Series. Pgs 1-68. School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. (May 2011)

11. Chan EYY, Choi C, Fong TN, Cheung EYL, & Lee PY. (2011). Progress report of Part I Gansu Province Dai Tan Village Hui Minority health and disaster preparedness project. Public Health Humanitarian Initiative Technical Report No. 5. Pgs 1-55. School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. (October 2010)

12. Chan EYY, Yuen E, Hung YW, Cheung EYL, & Leung J. (2010). Gansu Province Dai Tan Village Hui Minority Health Need assessment. Pgs 1-45. Public Health Humanitarian Initiative Technical Report No. 5. School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. (October 2010)

13. Chan EYY, Cheung EYL, Yung TKC & Wong A. (2010). Yunnan Province Boashan Naxi Minority Health Need Assessment. Public Health Humanitarian Initiative Technical Report No. 4. Pgs 1-51. School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. (August 2010)

14. Chan EYY (Principal Investigator), Hung KKC, Lee PY & Cheung EY, Project Title: China Wenchuan Earthquake relief operation evaluation and public health need assessment, Organization: Hong Kong and China Red Cross, Report: 1-82pgs., Language: English. June 2010

15. Chan EYY (Principal Investigator), Wong Y & Cheung EY, Project Title: The evaluation of the effectiveness of 2010” Clean Hong Kong Campaign”, Organization: Hong Kong Federation of Women, Report: 1-95 pgs, Language: Chinese (with English Abstract). June 2010

16. Chan EYY, Cheung EYL, Leung J, Koo SD, Lee PY, Lam HP, Yung P, Lou OL, Cheung KM and Kwok YL. (2010). Progress report on Part I Sichuan province Jin Shia Jiang Healthy Village Project. Public Health Humanitarian Initiative Technical Report No. 3. Pgs 1-42. School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. (March 2010)

17. Chan EYY, Leung J, Kim JH & Griffiths SM. (2009). Sichuan province Jin Shia Jiang Healthy Village Project Document, Public Health Humanitarian Initiative Technical Report No. 2. Pgs 1-52. School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. ( Oct 2009)

18. Chan Ying Yang Emily (Principal Investigator) & Hung Kevin, Project title: The evaluation of neonatal intensive care unit in Hunan, Inner Mongolia, Zejiang provinces, Organization: Children Medical Foundation China, Report: 1-39 pgs. (Hong Kong and China), Language: English. June 2009

19. Chan EYY, Leung J, Hung KKC & Yung TKC. (2009). Health need assessment report on post 2008 Sichuan/Yunnan Panzhihau Earthquake at Jin Shia Jiang area in China. Public Health Humanitarian Initiative Technical Report No.1. Pgs 1-47. School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. (June 2009)

20. Chan EYY, & Sondorp E. Including chronic disease care in emergency Responses Humanitarian Exchange Magazine, Issue 41 December 2008 Humanitarian Practice Network. http://www.odihpn.org/report.asp?id=2976

21. CHAN Ying Yang Emily. Health Needs Assessment Post China Sichuan Earthquake 2008. Pgs 1-60. Brussels, Belgium: Medicins Sans Frontieres, 2008.05.30.

22. CHAN Ying Yang Emily and GAINEY Vincent. Health Needs assessment post Pakistan Kashmir earthquake 2005. Pgs 1-39. London, United Kingdom: Help Age International, 2006.03.31

23. CHAN Ying Yang Emily. Health Needs in West Timor Refugee Camps post Timor-Leste independence. Pgs 1-24. Brussels, Belgium: Medicins Sans Frontieres, 2001.04.20.

24. CHAN Ying Yang Emily. Humanitarian medical intervention effectiveness for internal displace population in Mindanao, Philippines. Pgs 1-35. Brussels, Belgium: Medicins Sans Frontieres, 2000.06.15.

25. CHAN Ying Yang Emily. Medical Humanitarian Intervention Policies in conflict setting: A case study in Mitrovicia, Kosovo. Pgs 1-38. Hong Kong, Hong Kong: Medicins Sans Frontieres, 1999.12.28. Global Health related

26. CHEUNG Sy Polly; BOURKE Veronica; CHAN Ying Yang Emily; CHAN Kw; CHAN Ww Sharon; CHOI Peter; CHOI Joanne; CHUA Yvonne; KWAN Doris; KWAN Wh; LAW Stephen; LI Lawrence; MAK Sandra; WONG Tt and YAU Cc. "Breast Cancer Facts in Hong Kong 2011 Report". Pgs 1-80. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation, 2012.08.30.

27. CHEUNG Sy Polly; BOURKE Veronica; CHAN Ying Yang Emily; CHAN Kw; CHAN Ww Sharon; CHOI Peter; CHOI Joanne; CHUA Yvonne; KWAN Doris; KWAN Wh; LAW Stephen; LI Lawrence; MAK Sandra; WONG Tt and YAU Cc. "Breast Cancer Facts in Hong Kong 2010 Report". Pgs 1-80. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation, 2011.08.30.

28. CHEUNG Sy Polly; BOURKE Veronica; CHAN Ying Yang Emily; CHAN Kw; CHAN Ww Sharon; CHOI Peter; CHOI Joanne; CHUA Yvonne; KWAN Doris; KWAN Wh; LAW Stephen; LI Lawrence; MAK Sandra; WONG Tt and YAU Cc. "Breast Cancer Facts in Hong Kong 2009 Report". Pgs 1-95. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation, 2010.08.30.

29. CHEUNG Sy Polly; BOURKE Veronica; CHAN Ying Yang Emily; CHAN Kw; CHAN Ww Sharon; CHOI Peter; CHOI Joanne; CHUA Yvonne; KWAN Doris; KWAN Wh; LAW Stephen; LI Lawrence; MAK Sandra; WONG Tt and YAU Cc. "Breast Cancer Facts in Hong Kong 2008 Report". Pgs 1-98. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation, 2009.08.30.

30. CHAN Ying Yang Emily; KIM Jean Hee; GRIFFITHS Sian Meryl and LAW Sk Lilian, Project Title: A Pilot Study for public health policy model and indicators development for child health in Hong Kong, Commissioned research by HKSAR Government Central Policy Unit, Report: 1- 107 pgs. (Hong Kong), December 2008

31. Woman Task Force. Composed of various members nominated by HKGGA, HKSAR government and academic institution (for CUHK delegate: Prof. SH Lee, Prof. EYY Chan), Project Title: Young Woman Health Study Report in Hong Kong, Organization: Hong Kong Girl Guides Association, Report: 1-69pg (Hong Kong), Language: Bilingual (English and Chinese). June 2008
 
Protocol and Guidelines development (Total 6)
 
Protocol development

1. Chan EYY, Zhu YZC, Lee PY, Yuen HY, Hung KCK & Cheung EY. Protocol Title: Medical and health field protocol and guidelines, Organization: WuZhiQiao Foundation, Pg 1-285., Language: English (with Chinese Abstract). Spring 2014

2. Chan EYY. Protocol Title: 2009-2013 Ten village ethic minority health project protocol for the 5 year cohort study on 10 disaster prone, remote, extreme poverty based ethnic minority areas in China. Project sites developed include: Origin of Yangze River (2009), High Plateau of Yellow River (2010), Hainan Highland Li minority (2011). Pg 1-186. July 2010

3. Chan EYY. Protocol Title: 2010-2012 Disaster case study project protocol. 10 research based teaching case study. Cases developed in 2010 include: The 2010 Bhutan Fire Disaster study; Epidemiology study of health impact of 2010 Hainan typhoon disaster. Pg 1-45. March 2010

4. Chan EYY. Field Research protocol Title: Hainan disaster preparedness and health study protocol for the 136 randomized village study of disaster preparedness and health study that examines the relationships between multidimensional poverty index, ethnicity, disaster preparedness, risk literacy and various health outcomes. Pg 1-56. Nov, 2010

5. Chan EYY & Cheung EYL. Field research protocol title: Effectiveness of Psychological First Aid (PFA) in improving mental health outcomes for emergency responders: A Randomized Controlled Trial A prospective intervention based study on PFA effectiveness on 900 auxiliary medical responders in Hong Kong. October 2010

6. Chan EYY & Goggins W. CUHK SPHPC Climate change and health study strategy paper Climate Change and Health Study group. Strategic development of climate change and health studies in CUHK from 2007-2013. Dec 2007