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​Prof. Carmen WONG 黃嘉雯教授


Prof. Carmen WONG 


  • Assistant Dean (Education), Faculty of Medicine

  • Associate Director, Office of Medical Education, CUHK

  • Director, CUHK Centre of Research and Promotion in Women’s Health

  • Fellow and mentor, Morningside College and Chair of college life committee

  • Advisor, CLEAR u-connect & ELTU medical humanities

  • Member of student elective committee and disciplinary committee (Faculty of Medicine)

  • Member of Faculty Wellness Team

  • Senate committee member on Language enhancement (CUHK)


Dr. Carmen Wong graduated from the Cardiff University School of Medicine (UK) with a bachelor degree in psychology and a medical degree. Dr. Wong is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (UK) with experience as a physician and in clinical management in the NHS (UK).  She holds a portfolio of medical experiences including offender health, port health and consultancy.

Educational research interests include use of online learning and learner wellbeing and development.  She has obtained numerous teaching grants.  Her works include the development of electronic medical tools such as the CUHK medical audio glossary for health professionals, blending online and experiential learning in clinical communication skills, social responsibility and interdisciplinary curriculum design and implementation.


Dr. Wong continues to practice as an honorary resident of the Hospital Authority in Family Medicine and is the director of the CUHK Centre of Research and Promotion of Women’s Health (CRPWH). Her academic research interests include menopause, mental health and primary care consultations.  


  1. Wong CKM, Yip BHK, Gao T, Lam KYY, Woo DMS, Yip ASK, Tang WPY, Choy MMT, Tsang KWK, Ho SC, Ma HSW, Wong SYS. Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) or Psychoeducation for the Reduction of Menopausal Symptoms: A Randomized, Controlled Clinical Trial. Scientific Reports, 8(1), 2018.

  2. Wong ELY, Huang F, Cheung AWK, Wong CKM*. The impact of menopause on the sexual health of Chinese Cantonese women: A mixed methods study. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 2018 DOI: 10.1111/jan.13568

  3. Wong CKM*, Wong SYS, IP M, Lee Nelson, Fung Alice, Kung K. Antibiotic resistance rates and physician antibiotic prescription patterns of uncomplicated urinary tract infections in southern Chinese primary care. PLOSone. 2017: pone01771266

  4. Wong CKM, Liu ZM, Butler C, Wong SYS, Fung A, Chan D, Yip BHK, Kung K. Help seeking and antibiotic prescribing for acute cough in a Chinese primary care population. npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine 2016:26,15080

  5. Tse LA, Li M, Chan WC, Kwok CH, Leung SL, Wu C, Yu ITS, Yu WC, Wang X, Lao X, Wong CKM, Lee MIP, Wang F and Yang X. Familial Risks and Estrogen Receptor-Positive Breast Cancer in Hong Kong Chinese Women. Plos ONE 2015 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0120741

  6. Kung K, Wong CKM*, Wong SYS, Lam A, Chan CK, Griffiths S, Butler C. Patient presentation and physician management of upper respiratory tract infections: a retrospective review of over 5 million primary clinic consultations in Hong Kong.  BMC Family Practice 2014; 15(1):95.

  7. Wong CKM, Liang J, Chan ML, Chan YH, Chan L, et al. Prevalence and Psychosocial Correlates of Depressive Symptoms in Urban Chinese Women during Midlife. PLoS ONE 2014 9(11): e110877.

  8. Wong CKM, Yip BHK*, Mercer S, Griffiths S, Kung K, Wong MCS, Chor J, Wong SYS. The effect of wearing face masks by primary care doctors on patient’s perceived empathy and relational continuity: a randomised controlled trial. BMC Family Practice 2013; 14(1):200.

  9. Chung R, Leung J, Chan D, Woo J, Wong CKM, Wong SYS. Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS) as a Risk Factor for Depressive Symptoms in Elderly Men: Results from a Large Prospective Study in Southern Chinese Men. PLoS ONE 2013; 8(9):e76017.

  10. Chan FWK, Wong FYY, So WY, Kung K, Wong CKM. How much do elders with chronic conditions know about their medications? BMC Geriatrics 2013; 13(1):59.

Conference Presentations

  1. Wong, C., Chow K.M., & Wong, SY. An interdisciplinary primary care approach to multimorbidity: a pilot study of medical and nursing students’ home visits in developing patient care plans. Short communication AMEE, August 2018, Switzerland

  2. Wong, C., Wong S.Y. & Chow K.M. An Interprofessional Educational Approach to Patient Centred Care in the Community: Gains and Challenges. Oral Presentation The Chinese University of Hong Kong Medical Education Conference (CUMEC); March 2018, Hong Kong 

  3. Wong, C., Au-Doung, P. L. W., Nelson, EAS., & Wong, SY. Analysis of standardised patient ratings and examiner pass-fail marks of history taking at end of year professional exam stations in 4 specialties. 15th Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference (APMEC); January 2018; Singapore. [Merit Award]

  4. Wong, C., Kumta, S., Kam, W., Wong, S., Au-Doung, LW., & Wong, SY. Blended learning for culturally competent communication skills: first year evaluations. AMEE; August 2017; Finland.

  5. Wong, C., Wong, S.Y., Kumta, S., Nelson, EAS., & Au-Doung, LW. Development of a Chinese communication skills rating tool for standardized patients (SP) in OSCE examination and workshops: a mixed method study. AMEE August 2016; Spain.

  6. Wong, C., Kumta, S., Kam, W. Y., Chan, S., & Au-Doung, P. L. W. Integrated culturally competent communication skills using multimedia teaching, role play and feedback. 11th International Medical Education Conference (IMEC) April 2016; Malaysia.  [Best Poster]

Book Chapters:

  1. Carmen Wong*, Wai Ching Ng, Hua Zhong and Anne Scully-Hill ‘Interpersonal violence’ in ‘Oxford Textbook of Public Mental health’ edited by Dinesh Bhugra, Kamaldeep Bhui, Samuel Yeung Shan Wong, and Stephen E. Gilman Oxford University Press. ISBN-13: 978-0198792994

  2. Carmen Wong, Josette Chor ‘Providing services for Women’s health’ in ‘Routledge Handbook of Global Public Health in Asia’.  Published by Routledge Handbooks.  Published April 2014. ISBN 13: 9780415643825

  3. Suzanne Ho, Carmen Wong ‘Women and Health’ in ‘Women and Girls in Hong Kong: Current Situations and Future Challenges’.  Published by Hong Kong Institute of Asia Pacific Studies HKIAPS 2012 Press ISBN-13: 9789624415957 

  4. 香港女性: 現況與挑戰.  Published by Commercial Press ISBN-13: 9789620765032

Last Updated: 22 July 2020

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