Prof. Chan Chi-ho, Wallace
Academic and Professional Qualifications
BSoc. (CUHK), Ph.D (HKU), RSW, FT (Fellow in Thanatology: Death, Dying and Bereavement), Academic Associate in Logotherapy
Specialty and Research Interests
Specialties: Death, dying and bereavement, social work in health care, gerontology, logotherapy, meaning-based research and intervention, practice-based research, clinical data mining.
Five Representative Publications
- Chan, W. C. H., Tin, A. F. (in press). Beyond knowledge and skills: Self-Competence in working with death, dying and bereavement. Death Studies.
- Chan, W. C. H., & Chan, C. L. W. (2011). Acceptance of spousal death: The factor of time in bereaved older adults’ search for meaning. Death Studies, 35(2), 147-162.
- Chan, W.C.H., Tin, A.F., Chan, C.H.Y., & Chan, C.L.W. (2010). Introducing the 8A model in death education training: Promoting planning for end-of-life care for Hong Kong Chinese. Illness, Crisis and Loss, 18(1), 49-62.
- Chan, W. C. H. (2009). Can Personal Resources Make a Difference? An Exploratory Study of Chinese Cancer Patients in Palliative Care, Journal of Social Work in End-Of-Life & Palliative Care, 5(3), 186 — 200
- Chan, W.C.H., Epstein, I., Reese, D., & Chan, C.L.W. (2009). Family predictors of psychosocial outcomes among Hong Kong Chinese cancer patients in palliative care: living and dying with the “support paradox”. Social Work in Health Care, 48(5), 519-532.
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