Selected Publications

Journal Papers

Disaster-related research

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

  2. Burkle FM, Erickson T, von Schreeb J, Kayden S, Redmond A, Chan EY, et al. 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/

  3. Chan EYY. Bottom-up disaster resilience. Nature Geoscience. 2013 April;6(5):327–8. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ngeo1815

  4. Chan EYY, Cheng CKY, Tam G, Huang Z, Lee P. 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. 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 EYY, Gao Y. [The current situation of  healthcare and disaster preparedness needs in remote rural ethnic minority areas in China: insights from public health research and services.] Injury Medicine [Internet]. 2013;1(3):1-3. doi: 10.3868/j.issn.2095-1566.2012.03.001. Chinese.

  7. Chan EYY, Guo C, Lee P, Liu S, Mark CKM. Health Emergency and Disaster Risk Management (Health-EDRM) in remote ethnic minority areas of rural China: the case of a flood-prone village in Sichuan. Int J Disaster Risk Sci. 2017. doi:10.1007/s13753-017-0121-1 

  8. Chan EYY, Hung KKC, Cai Y. An epidemiology study of technological disasters in China: 1979-2005. European Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2011 Aug;18(4):234–237.

  9. Chan EYY, Kim JH, Lin C, Cheung EYL, Lee PPY. Is previous disaster experience a good predictor for disaster preparedness in extreme poverty households in remote Muslim minority based community in China? J Immigr Minor Health. 2014 Jun;16(3):466–72.Available from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23264186

  10. 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

  11. 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 

  12. Chan EYY, Murray V. What are the health research needs for the Sendai Framework? The Lancet. Published Online 2017 June 19. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(17)31670-7.

  13. Chan EYY, Shi P. 2017. Health and risks: integrating health into disaster risk reduction, risk communication, and building resilient communities. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science. 2017;8(2):107-108.
  14. Chan EYY, Wang Z, Mark CKM, Liu SD. Industrial accidents in China: risk reduction and response. Lancet [Internet]. 2015 Oct 10;386(10002):1421-1422. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(15)00424-9

  15. 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 

  16. Chan EY, Yue J, Lee P, Wang SS. 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

  17. 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. 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

  18. 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 

  19. Hung KKC, Lam ECC, Chan EYY, Graham CA. Disease pattern and chronic illness in rural China: The Hong Kong Red Cross basic health clinic after 2008 Sichuan earthquake. Emergency Medicine Australasia. 2013 Jun; 25(3):252–259. doi: 10.1111/1742-6723.12080

  20. Li J, Chung PH, Leung CLK, Nishikiori N, Chan EYY, Yeoh EK. The strategic framework of tuberculosis control and prevention in the elderly: a scoping review towards End TB targets. Infectious Diseases of Poverty. 2017; 6:70. doi:10.1186/s40249-017-0284-4

  21. 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  

  22. Ling KW, Daily EK. Linking Competency with Training Needs: Session Summary on Disaster Studies and Evaluation, Session BO-17. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2016;31(1):117-118.

  23. Lo STT, Chan EYY, Chan GKW, Murray V, Ardalan A, Abrahams J. Health Emergency and Disaster Management (H-EDRM): developing the research field within the Sendai Framework paradigm. Int J Disaster Risk Sci. 2017. doi: 10.1007/s13753-017-0122-0

  24. Newnham EA, Balsari S, Lam RPK, Kashyap S, Pham P, Chan EYY, Patrick K, Leaning J. Self-efficacy and barriers to disaster evacuation in Hong Kong. Int J Public Health, 2017 Sep 20. doi: 10.1007/s00038-017-1036-8. [Epub ahead of print]

  25. Yeung MP, Lam FL, Coker R. Factors associated with the uptake of seasonal influenza vaccination in adults: a systematic review. Journal of Public Health. 2016:fdv194.

  26. 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

  27. Zhang N,  Huang H. Resilience analysis of countries under disasters based on multisource data. Risk Analysis. 2017 Apr 6; Advance online publication. doi: 10.1111/risa.12807

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

     

Climate change and health research

  1. Chan EYY, Goggins WB, Kim JJ, Griffiths SM. A study of intracity variation of temperature-related mortality and socioeconomic status among the Chinese population in Hong Kong. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2012 Apr;66(4):322–7. Available from: http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=3292716&tool=pmcentrez&rendertype=abstract

  2. Chan EYY, Goggins WB, Kim JJ, Griffiths SM, Ma TK. Help-seeking behavior during elevated temperature in Chinese population. Journal of Urban Health. 2011 Aug; 88(4):637–650. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21761264

  3. Chan EYY, Goggins WB, Yue SK, Lee PY. Hospital admissions as a function of temperature, other weather phenomena and pollution levels in an urban setting in China. Bulletin of World Health Organization. 2013 August 1; 91(8): 576–584. doi: 10.2471/BLT.12.113035

  4. Chan EYY, Huang Z, Mark CKM, Guo C. Weather information acquisition and health significance during extreme cold weather in a subtropical city: a cross-sectional survey in Hong Kong. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science. 2017. doi:10.1007/s13753-017-0127-8

  5. 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 

  6. Chan EYY, Liu S, Hung KKC. Typhoon Haiyan and beyond. Lancet [Internet]. 2013 Dec 7;382(9908):1873. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(13)62415-0

  7. 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

  8. 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.

  9. Gao Y, Chan EYY, Zhu YJ, Wong TW. Adverse effect of outdoor air pollution on cardiorespiratory fitness in Chinese children. Atmospheric Environment. 2013 Jan; 64(2):10–17.

  10. Goggins WB, Chan EY. 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
  11. Goggins WB, Chan EYY, Ng E, Ren C, Chen L. 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. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0038551

  12. Goggins WB, Chan EYY, Yang CY. Weather, pollution, and acute myocardial infarction in Hong Kong and Taiwan. International Journal of Cardiology. 2013 Sep 20;168(1):243–9. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23041014

  13. Goggins WB, Chan EYY, Yang CY, Chong M. Associations between mortality and meteorological and pollutant variables during the cool season in two Asian cities with sub-tropical climates: Hong Kong and Taipei. Environmental Health. 2013 Jan;12(1):59. doi:10.1186/1476-069X-12-59

  14. Goggins WB, Ren C, Ng E, Yang C, Chan EYY. 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.

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

  16. Goggins WB, Yang C, Hokama T, Law LSK, Chan EYY. Using annual data to estimate the public health impact of extreme temperatures. American Journal of Epidemiology. 2015;(10). Available from: http://aje.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/doi/10.1093/aje/kwv013

  17. Gupta S, Carmichael C, Simpson C, Clarke MJ, Allen C, Gao Y, Chan EYY, Murray V. Electric fans for reducing adverse health impacts in heatwaves. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Review. 2012 Jul 11; (7). doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD009888.pub2

  18. Lam HC, Li AM, Chan EY, Goggins WB. 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. doi:10.1136/thoraxjnl-2015-208054

  19. Lee KL, Chan YH, Lee TC, Goggins WB, Chan EY. 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.
  20. Qiu H, Yu ITS, Tse LA, Chan EYY, Wong TW, Tian L. Greater temperature variation within a day associated with increased emergency hospital admissions for asthma. Science of the Total Environment. 2015;505:508–13.

  21. Yang G-J, Tanner M, Utzinger J, Malone JB, Bergquist R, Chan EYY, et al. Malaria surveillance-response strategies in different transmission zones of the People’s Republic of China: preparing for climate change. Malaria Journal. 2012;11(1):426. Available from: http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=3547762&tool=pmcentrez&rendertype=abstract

  22. Wang P, Goggins WB, Chan EYY. 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

 

Emergency medicine research

  1. Hung KKC, Chan EYY, Graham CA. Disaster training: lessons learnt from the 2008 Sichuan earthquake. International Paramedics Practice. 2012;2(2):133–140.
  2. Hung KKC, Graham CA, Chan EYY, Cocks R, Poon W, Rainer T. Medical volunteers in commercial flight medical diversions. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 2013 May; 84(5):491–497.
  1. Hung KKC, Lam ECC, Wong MCS, Wong TW, Chan EYY, Graham CA. Emergency physicians’ preparedness for CBRNE incidents in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2013 Mar; 20(2):90–97.
  2. Hung KKC, Lin AKY, Cheng CKY, Chan EYY, Graham CA. Travel health risk perceptions and preparations among travelers at Hong Kong International Airport. Journal of Travel Medicine. 2014. doi: 10.1111/jtm.12112

International Conference Papers

2017

  1. Chan EYY, Guo C, Huang Z, Chan GKW, Ho HH. An analysis of student engagement patterns and course outcomes in a public health and disaster oline course. Paper presented at the 20th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine; Toronto, Canada; 2017 April 25-28.

  2. Chan EYY, Guo C, Huang Z, Chan GKW, Ho HH. Teaching public health in disasters using massive open online course and building the global humanitarian response community. Paper presented at the 20th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine; Toronto, Canada; 2017 April 25-28.

  3. Chan EYY, Hung H, Lau GNC, Ng EYY, Guo CL, Wong CS. Policy implication of health impacts of climate change in Hong Kong. Paper presented at Conference on “Climate Disaster Governance”; 2017 Sep 21; Singapore.

  4. Guo C, Chan EYY, Huang Z, Chan GKW, Wong CS. Teaching Health Emergency and Disaster Risk Management (Health-EDRM) using Massive Open Online Course: building a global humanitarian response community. Paper presented at the 49th Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health Conference; 2017 Aug 17-20; Incheon, Korea.

  5. Guo C, Chan EYY, Huang Z, Mark CKM, Yeung MPS, Yung TKC. Disaster preparedness on fire incidents of urban public transport system: a cross-sectional study in a Chinese metropolis. Paper presented at the 49th Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health Conference; 2017 Aug 17-20; Incheon, Korea.

  6. Ho JY-E, Chan EYY, Guo C, Yung TKC. Association between water security, disaster risk perception and preparedness behaviour of a rural ethnic minority village in Chongqing, China; a pilot study. Paper presented at the 20th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine; Toronto, Canada; 2017 April 25-28.

  7. Lam HCY, Goggins WB, Chan EYY. Short-term association between ambient temperature and asthma hospitalization in children: first admissions vs. repeated admissions. Paper presented at the Conference of International Society of Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE 2017). 2017 Sep, Sydney, Australia.

  8. Ling KWK, Huang Z, Liu S, Yung TKC, Chan EYY. Separate collection of plastic waste in rural China: a comparison between two Dong ethnic minority villages. Paper presented at the 15th World Congress on Public Health; Melbourne, Australia; 2017 April 03-07.

  9. Liu S, Chan EYY, Guo C, Huang Z. Cold-related thermal discomfort in a sub-tropical city – a case of Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 49th Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health Conference; 2017 Aug 17-20; Incheon, Korea.

  10. Liu S, Huang Z, Ho JY-E, Chan EYY. Do socioeconomic factors affect the coldrelated symptoms subtropical city? the case of Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 15th World Congress on Public Health; Melbourne, Australia; 2017 April 03-07.

  11. Lo STT, Chan EYY, Chan GKW, Murray V, Ardalan A, Abrahams J. Health Emergency and Disaster Risk Management (H-EDRM): Developing the research field within the Sendai Framework paradigm. Paper presented at the 20th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine; Toronto, Canada; 2017 April 25-28.

  12. Lo S, Chan EYY, Ho H. Rana Plaza collapse: a case study of the devastating health impact of limited disaster preparedness. Paper presented at the 15th World Congress on Public Health; Melbourne, Australia; 2017 April 03-07.

  13. Lo S, Murray V, Chung R, Chan EYY, Kim J, Dietrich U. Leaving no one behind: advocating for health as the key to achieve the SDGs. Paper presented at the 15th World Congress on Public Health; Melbourne, Australia; 2017 April 03-07.

  14. Mark CKM, Chan EYY, Huang Z. Evaluation of the effectiveness of cold weather warning in Hong Kong. Paper presented at Annual Conference on Disaster Preparedness and Response (ACDPR) 2016. 2017 Oct 8; Hong Kong.

  15. Mark CKM, Liu S, Chan EYY. Practice of protective measures against cold spell in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 15th World Congress on Public Health; Melbourne, Australia; 2017 April 03-07.

  16. Tsang KWK, Hung KKC, Graham CA, Chan EYY, Wong GKC, Rainer TH, Chan DTM, Cheng RCH, Yeung JHH, Kwan MCL, Ho PC. Bicycle helmet rental scheme: promotion of bicycle helmet use among recreational riders. Poster presentation at the meeting of Food and Health Bureau, HKSAR Govt; 2017 Jun 16; Hong Kong.

  17. Zhang N, Chan EYY, Guo C, Ho JY. Vulnerable population study of household injuries: a case study in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 20th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine; Toronto, Canada; 2017 April 25-28.

2016

  1. Chan EYY, Liu SD, Wong CS, Mark CKM, Lee PY, Lo STT, Chan GKW, Wong CKP. What are the knowledge gaps in global civil society for disaster risk perceptions? Insights from a global online training program. Paper presented at UNISDR Science and Technology Conference on the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030; 2016 January 27-29; Geneva, Switzerland.

  2. Chan EYY, Liu SD, Ho JYE, Mark CKM, Wong CKP, Huang Z, Yung TKC, Lo STT, Ling KWK, Chan GKW. Awareness and risk perceptions of extreme temperature warning in a subtropical city in Asia: a glimpse of the young educated population. Paper presented at UNISDR Science and Technology Conference on the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030; 2016 January 27-29; Geneva, Switzerland.

  3. Chan EYY, Lo STT, Chan GKW, Yung TKC. Building community health resilience to disasters: a multistakeholder partnership approach. Paper presented at UNISDR Science and Technology Conference on the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030; 2016 January 27-29; Geneva, Switzerland.

  4. Chan E, Wang SS, Huang Z, Ho JY-E, Liu KS, Yeung PS, et al. Socio-economic predictors of health and environmental co-benefit behaviours: a cross-sectional study in Hong Kong community. Paper presented at: The 48th Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH) Conference; 2016 Sep 16-19; Tokyo, Japan.

  5. Ho JY-E, Chan EYY, Wang SS, Huang Z, Liu KS, Tse L. Community Patterns of Economical, Health and Environmental Co-benefits in Hong Kong Population. Paper presented at: The 48th Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH) Conference; 2016 Sep 16-19; Tokyo, Japan.

  6. Huang Z, Chan EYY, Liu S, Ho JY-E, Wang SS, Chan GKW. Suitable Channels for Weather Information Receiving: A Cross-sectional Study in Hong Kong Community. In: JCSPHPC, editor. JCSPHPC 15th Anniversary International Conference on “Innovations in Public Health Sciences.”; 2016; Hong Kong.

  7. Lam HCY, Goggins III WB, Chan EYY. The differences in the natures of associations with ambient temperature between the most common causes of respiratory hospitalizations. Abstract presented at the Conference of International Society of Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE 2016). 2016 Sep; Rome, Italy.

  8. Wang SS, Chan EYY, Huang Z, Ho JY-E, Liu KS. Comparing the practice of health and environment co-benefits behaviors at years of 2008 and 2016 among Hong Kong population. Paper presented at: The 48th Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH) Conference; 2016 Sep 16-19; Tokyo, Japan.

  9. Yeung MPS. Birth ball for pregnant women in labour - a multi-centre randomised controlled trial. Paper presented at 2nd International Conference on Medical and Health Sciences; 2016 4-6 November; Thimphu, Bhutan.

  10. Yeung MPS. Cross-sectoral Collaboration on Emergency Preparedness and Response in Hong Kong, China. Paper presented at: International Conference on the Implementation of the Health Aspects of Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015 – 2030; 2016 March; Bangkok, Thailand.

  11. Yung TKC. Let’s Eat Well” Project – a social marketing program to address issues of food avoidance problems among cancer patients. Paper presented at BeHealth Conference, Hong Kong Society of Behavioral Health; 2016 13 November; Hong Kong.

2015

  1. Chan EYY, Cheng CKY, Tam GCH, Huang Z, Lee PY. Impact of prolonged warning on public fatigue: knowledge, attitudes, and practices of Hong Kong population towards pandemic preparedness of Human A/H7N9 Influenza Epidemic in China in 2014. In: Stratton S, editor. Prehospital & Disaster Medicine 30(s1). Proceedings of the 19th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine; 2015 April 21-24; Cape Town, South Africa. Solana Beach: CA; 2015. P. s50.

  2. Chan EYY, Cheng CKY, Tam GCH, Huang Z, Lee PY. The willingness of future A/H7N9 influenza vaccine uptake, Hong Kong. Paper presented at: Oxford International Health Conference 2015; 2015 June 25 - 27; North Oxford, United Kingdom.

  3. Chan EYY, Lee PY, Mark CKM, Liu KSD. The evaluation on disaster preparedness intervention in post-flooding Yi minority community in Sichuan Province, China. In: Stratton S, editor. Prehospital & Disaster Medicine 30(s1). Proceedings of the 19th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine; 2015 April 21-24; Cape Town, South Africa. Solana Beach: CA; 2015. P. s96.

  4. Ling KWK, Chan EYY, Mark CKM, Liu KSD. Building health literate village in rural China: an exploration of capacity building in disaster preparedness. In: Stratton S, editor. Prehospital & Disaster Medicine 30(s1). Proceedings of the 19th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine; 2015 April 21-24; Cape Town, South Africa. Solana Beach: CA; 2015. P. s83-4.

  5. Ling KWK, Chan EYY, Mark CKM, Liu KSD, Lee PY. Enhancing villagers’ health risk literacy on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) as a means for disaster risk management: a pilot study in rural China. In: Stratton S, editor. Prehospital & Disaster Medicine 30(s1). Proceedings of the 19th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine; 2015 April 21-24; Cape Town, South Africa. Solana Beach: CA; 2015. P. s73.

  6. Liu KSD, Lee PY, Chan EYY. Evaluation of an online disaster/humanitarian crisis program. In: Stratton S, editor. Prehospital & Disaster Medicine 30(s1). Proceedings of the 19th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine; 2015 April 21-24; Cape Town, South Africa. Solana Beach: CA; 2015. P. s35.

2014

  1. Chan EYY, Chandra Levina, Chan Christy, Tam GCH, Lee PY, Cheng CKY. Knowledge, attitude, and practice of climate change and health among university students in Hong Kong. Paper presented at: Faculty of Public Health Annual Conference (FPH); 2-3 July 2014; Manchester, United Kingdom.

  2. Chan EYY, Gao Y, Lee PY, Cheng CKY, Tam GCH. Unintentional injuries caused by pets in Asian urban households. Paper presented at: American Public Health Association (APHA); 15-19 Nov 2014; New Orleans, United State.

  3. Chan EYY, Lee PY, Yue JSK, Liu KSD. Socio-demographic predictors for urban community disaster health risk perception and household-based preparedness in Chinese urban city. Paper presented at: 12th Asia Pacific Conference on Disaster Medicine (APCDM); 17-19 Sept 2014; Tokyo, Japan.

  4. Chan EYY, Zhu CYJ, Mark CKM, Liu KSD. Impact of disaster preparedness intervention in Yi Minority in Sichuan Province, China. Paper presented at: 12th Asia Pacific Conference on Disaster Medicine (APCDM); 17-19 Sept 2014; Tokyo, Japan.

  5. Cheng CKY, Tam GCH, Chan EYY, Lee PY, Huang Z. Suitable channels of human infected H7N9 avian influenza and other infectious disease surveillance for health risk communication in an Asian urban city. Paper presented at: American Public Health Association (APHA); 15-19 Nov 2014; New Orleans, United State.

  6. Hung KCC, Lin AKY, Cheng CKY, Chan EYY, Graham CA. Pre-travel health preparation for malaria prevention among travelers at Hong Kong airport. Paper presented at: Faculty of Public Health Annual Conference (FPH); 2-3 July 2014; Manchester, United Kingdom.

2013

  1. Chan EYY, Gao Y. The impact of public health education on community disaster preparedness - case study among “Dai” and “Hui” minority. Paper presented at: International Disaster Medicine Forum on Earthquake Medical Rescue in Sichuan; 2013 May 11-13; Sichuan, China.

  1. Chan EYY, Huang BY, Lee PY, Hung KKC, Yue JSK. A cross-sectional study of first aid training in the general population as a means of disaster preparedness in Hong Kong (ID:235). Paper presented at: The 18th World Congress on Disaster & Emergency Medicine; 2013 May 28-31; Manchester, United Kingdom.

  1. Chan EYY, Hung KKC, Liu SD, Lee PY. Disaster preparedness in Hong Kong: first aid training for the general public as a potential means of emergency response. Paper presented at: The 4th Hong Kong - Shenzhen Emergency Medicine Conference; 2013 Apr 25-27; Hong Kong, China.

  1. Chan EYY, Lee PY, Liu SD, Hung KCC, Yu MTK. Health impact of 2012 flood in rural minority community in Liangshan “Yi” Prefecture in Sichuan China (ID:132). Paper presented at: The 18th World Congress on Disaster & Emergency Medicine; 2013 May 28-31; Manchester, United Kingdom.

  1. Hung KKC, Chan EYY, Lee PY. Community health preparedness: lessons learned from the 512 Sichuan earthquake. Paper presented at: International Disaster Medicine Forum on Earthquake Medical Rescue in Sichuan; 2013 May 11-13; Sichuan, China.

2012

  1. Chan EYY. Health relief in the context of demographic and epidemiological transitions: a rethink using the human security approach. Paper presented at: Human Security and Natural Disaster Research Workshop. 2012 Feb 20-22; Tokyo, Japan.

  1. Chan EYY. Is previous disaster experience a good predictor for disaster preparedness in community with extreme poverty? Paper presented at: The 1st Annual Congress on Disaster Medicine of Chinese Medical Association; 2012 Oct 19-20; Tianjin, China.

  1. Chan EYY, Choi CYS, Lee PY. Health education for Hui ethnicity in a disaster-prone rural setting in Gansu Province, China. Paper presented at: The 13th World Congress on Public Health. 2012 Apr 23-27; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  1. Chan EYY, Goggins WB, Lee PY, Yue JSK, Rodas JR, Gao Y. Epidemiological relationship between temperature and injury in an urban Chinese city. Paper presented at: The 140th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association; 2012 Oct 27-31; San Francisco, United States.

  1. Chan EYY, Hung KKC, Cheung EYL, Koo S, Wong AH. Disaster case study on health impact of the 2011 fire disaster in Bhutan. Paper presented at: The 13th World Congress on Public Health. 2012 Apr 23-27; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  1. Chan EYY, Hung KKC, Choi CYS. Literature review on health outcomes of medical/ healthcare relief workers in natural disaster settings. Paper presented at: The 13th World Congress on Public Health. 2012 Apr 23-27; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  1. Chan EYY, Hung KKC, Yue JSK, Kim J, Lee PY, Cheung EYL. Preliminary findings on urban disaster risk literacy and preparedness in a Chinese community. Paper presented at: The 13th World Congress on Public Health. 2012 Apr 23-27; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  1. Chan EYY, Hung KKC, Zhu CYJ, Lee PY, Yu MTK. Effectiveness of health education in ethnic minority communities in rural China. Paper presented at: The 13th World Congress on Public Health. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; 2012.

  1. Chan EYY, Hung KKC, Zhu CYJ, Lee PY, Yu MTK. Effectiveness of health education in ethnic minority communities in rural China. Paper presented at: The 44th Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health. 2012 Oct 14-17; Colombo, Sri Lanka.

  1. Chan EYY, Southgate RJ, Lin CLY, Goggins WB, Rodas JR. Self-reported health impacts of the 2010 Hainan typhoon, China, and the effect of age and ethnicity. Paper presented at: The 140th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association; 2012 Oct 27-31; San Francisco, United States.

  1. Chan EYY, Zhu CYJ. Implement the “Health Village” in Ma’an Village in rural China. Paper presented at: The 13th World Congress on Public Health. 2012 Apr 23-27; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  1. Cheung EYL, Chan EYY, Lin CLY. Post disaster mental health impact of ethnic minorities in rural China: results from mixed quantitative and qualitative studies. Paper presented at: The 13th World Congress on Public Health. 2012 Apr 23-27; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  1. Cheung EYL, Chan EYY, Lin CLY, Lee PY, Zhu CYJ. Preliminary results of psychological first aid capacity building program on coping strategies and mental health measures among emergency responders in disaster: results of 6-month follow-up of a randomized controlled trial. Paper presented at: The 13th World Congress on Public Health. 2012 Apr 23-27; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  1. Cheung EYL, Chan EYY, Sin CKM. A cross sectional study of psychological health status of Chinese voluntary emergency medical responders. Paper presented at: The 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting of Hong Kong College of Community Medicine. 2012 Sep 15; Hong Kong, China.

  1. Gao G, Chan EYY. Household injuries in children with mental retardation in Hong Kong. Paper presented at: The 6th National Conference on the Prevention of Child Injury; 2012 Nov 17-18; Xi’an, China.

  1. Gao Y, Chan EYY, Li LP, Griffiths SM. Alcohol drinking among adolescents in rural southern China. Paper presented at: The 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting of Hong Kong College of Community Medicine. 2012 Sep 15; Hong Kong, China.

  1. Hung KKC. Nuclear accidents preparation and emergency response in Hong Kong. Paper presented at: The 1st Annual Congress on Disaster Medicine of Chinese Medical Association; 2012 Oct 19-20; Tianjin, China.

  1. Hung KKC, Chan EYY, Zhu CYJ, Lee PY, Yeung TLY. Lessons learned regarding public health field experimental learning in rural China. Paper presented at: The 44th Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health. 2012 Oct 14-17; Colombo, Sri Lanka.

  1. Kim J, Choi CYS. H5N1 knowledge, attitude and prevalent risk behaviours among Hong Kong poultry workers. Paper presented at: The 13th World Congress on Public Health. 2012 Apr 23-27; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  1. Lee PY, Chan EYY. Impact of flood in China: an update literature review. Paper presented at: The 13th World Congress on Public Health. 2012 Apr 23-27; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  1. Zhu CYJ, Hung KCC, Chan EYY. A comparative study of food safety regulation system: the case of illegal clenbuterol use livestock husbandry. Paper presented at: The 44th Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health. 2012 Oct 14-17; Colombo, Sri Lanka.

2011

  1. Chan EYY, Law LSK, Chow CB, Griffiths SM, Chiu CH, Ng TK. A safe and healthy household – a household prevention program. Paper presented at: Hong Kong Health Promotion Symposium. 2011 Nov 18; Hong Kong, China.

  1. Cheung EYL, Chan EYY, Lee SH. Comparative descriptive analysis of post-disaster psychological intervention. Paper presented at: The 17th World Congress on Disaster & Emergency Medicine; 2013 May 29- Jun 3; Beijing, China.

  1. Cheung EYL, Chan EYY, Lin CLY. Post-disaster mental health among ethnic minority in rural China: results from qualitative studies. Paper presented at: The 17th World Congress on Disaster & Emergency Medicine; 2013 May 29- Jun 3; Beijing, China.

  1. Cheung EYL, Chan EYY, Lin CLY, Lee PY. Preliminary results of clinical effectiveness of psychological first aid training among emergency responders in Chinese population. Paper presented at: The 17th World Congress on Disaster & Emergency Medicine; 2013 May 29- Jun 3; Beijing, China.

  1. Goggins WB. Geographic variation in strength of association between temperature. Paper presented at: The 43rd Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health. 2011 Oct 18-22; Seoul, Korea.

  1. Hung KKC, Chan EYY, Cocks RA, Graham CA. Medical volunteers in in-flight medical emergencies. Paper presented at: The 43rd Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health. 2011 Oct 18-22; Seoul, Korea.

  1. Hung KCC, Chan EYY, Lam ECC, Rainer TH, Graham CA. Disease pattern in rural setting three weeks post Sichuan earthquake – Hong Kong Red Cross basic health clinic in Yanmen town. Paper presented at: The 43rd Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health. 2011 Oct 18-22; Seoul, Korea.

  1. Hung KKC, Chan EYY, Lam ECC, Rainer TH, Graham CA. Disease pattern in rural setting three weeks post Sichuan earthquake – HK Red Cross basic health clinic in Yanmen town. Paper presented at: International Conference on Global Health and Public Health Education. 2011 October 25-27; Hong Kong, China.

  1. Rodas JR, Lau JCH, Kim JH, Luk WC, Griffiths SM. Willingness of Hong Kong Students to accept the H1N1 vaccine: a cohort study. Paper presented at: International Conference on Global Health and Public Health Education. 2011 October 25-27; Hong Kong, China.

  1. Rodas JR, Lau JCH, Kim JH, Luk WC, Griffiths, SM, Zhang ZZ. Exploring anticipated and actual acceptability of H1N1 Vaccination: a cohort study. Paper presented at: The 43rd Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health. 2011 Oct 18-22; Seoul, Korea.

Book Chapters and Books

  1. Chan EYY. Public health humanitarian responses to natural disasters. London: Routledge; 2017.

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

  3. Chan EYY, Hung KKC, Wong CKP, Jamtsho R, Ho JY. Community awareness and response in 2010 Bumthang Great Fire, Bhutan. In: Shaw R, Chan E, Fang L, Lu L, Shi P, Yang S, Chan G, Wong J. Co-designing DRR solutions: towards participatory action and communication in science, technology and academia. Hong Kong, China: ASTAAG, IRDR and CCOUC; 2017: 57-58.2017.06. (Published/For validation by library/Self-Input)

  4. Chan EYY, Ho JY. Urban community disaster and emergency health risk perceptions and preparedness. In: Shaw R, Shiwaku K, Izumi T, editors. Science and technology in disaster risk reduction in Asia: potentials and challenges. London: Academic Press; 2017: 95-110.

  5. Chan EYY, Li W. Role of government and NGOs. In: Wolfson N, Lerner A, Roshal L, editors. Orthopedics in disasters: orthopedic injuries in natural disasters and mass casualty events. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg; 2016: 47-59.

  6. Chan EYY, Liu SD. Field assessment for disaster. In: Liu ZM, Zhang LY, editors. Handbook of disaster injury emergency treatment techniques for primary care physicians in China. Beijing: Chinese Medical Multimedia Press; 2016: 12-19. Chinese.

  7. 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, editors. Human security and natural disasters (Routledge Humanitarian Studies series). Tokyo: Routledge; 2014: 74-93.

  8. Guo CL, Chan EYY, Chung PPW. Disaster response and health risk management during 2010 Hainan flooding in China. In: Shaw R, Chan E, Fang L, Lu L, Shi P, Yang S, Chan G, Wong J. Co-designing DRR solutions: towards participatory action and communication in science, technology and academia. Hong Kong, China: ASTAAG, IRDR and CCOUC; 2017: 33-34.

  9. Ho JY, Chan EYY. Translating information from evidence to practice: the case of clenbuterol and food safety in China since late 1990s. In: Shaw R, Chan E, Fang L, Lu L, Shi P, Yang S, Chan G, Wong J. Co-designing DRR solutions: towards participatory action and communication in science, technology and academia. Hong Kong, China: ASTAAG, IRDR and CCOUC; 2017: 64-65.

  10. Huang Z, Chan EYY. Weather information dissemination during cold wave in a subtropical metropolis: a case study in Hong Kong. In: Shaw R, Chan E, Fang L, Lu L, Shi P, Yang S, Chan G, Wong J. Co-designing DRR solutions: towards participatory action and communication in science, technology and academia. Hong Kong, China: ASTAAG, IRDR and CCOUC; 2017: 4-5.

  11. Liu SD, Chan EYY. Disaster prevention, monitoring and warning for mass events. In: Liu ZM, editor. Current medical assistants of the city disaster. Beijing: Tsinghua University Press; 2018: 38-40. Chinese.

  12. Shaw R, Chan E, Fang L, Lu L, Shi P, Yang S, Chan G, Wong J. Co-designing DRR solutions: towards participatory action and communication in science, technology and academia.Hong Kong, China: ASTAAG, IRDR and CCOUC; 2017, 98 p.

Technical Reports, Guides and Manuals

  1. 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.
  2. Chan EYY, Hung H, Lau GNC, Ng EYY. Policy implication of health impacts of climate change in Hong Kong (policy brief). Hong Kong: CCOUC; 2016. 13 p.
  3. Chan EYY, Lau GNC, Ng EYY. Health impacts of climate change in Hong Kong: response to Climate Ready@ Hong Kong. Hong Kong CCOUC and IEES; 2016.

  4. Chan EYY, Ling KWK, Wong CS, Liu KSD, Lee PY, editors. Training manual on health and disaster preparedness in rural China. Hong Kong: CCOUC and WZQCF; 2016.

  5. Chan EYY, Yeung MPS, Lo STT. Hong Kong’s emergency and disaster response system (policy brief). Hong Kong: CCOUC; 2015. 6 p.

  6. Chan EYY, Zhu CYJ, Lee PY, Liu SD. [Training manual on health and disaster preparedness in rural China.] Hong Kong: CCOUC and WZQCF; 2015. Chinese.

  7. Southgate RJ, Roth C, Schneider J, Shi P, Onishi T, Wenger D, Amman W, Ogallo L, Beddington J, Murray V. Using science for disaster risk reduction: report of the UNISDR Scientific and Technical Advisory Group - 2013. Scientific and Technical Advisory Group (STAG), United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR); 2013. Available from: http://www.preventionweb.net/files/32609_stagreport2013assembled.pdf

  8. Wang Z, Chan EYY, Liu KS, Yeung MPS. The disaster and emergency management system in China (policy brief). Hong Kong: CCOUC; 2016. 11 p.
  9. WHO, War Trauma Foundation, World Vision International.Psychological first aid: guide for field workers. Geneva: WHO; 2011. Chinese. Available from: http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/44615/17/9789245548201_chi.pdf?ua=1