CADENZA Project Director Professor Jean Woo recommends to include the promotion of End of Life Care Programme in hospitals or residential care homes for the elderly as part of the Hong Kong elderly care strategy.


Dr Jenny Lee, CADENZA Fellow and Specialist in Geriatric Medicine of Shatin Hospital presents the study findings.


Ms Rolina Ip (right), family carer of an end of life older non-cancer patient joining the End of Life Care Programme shares her feelings with the company of Dr Jenny Lee (left).


Speakers and family carer who joined the Programme at the press conference. (from left) Dr Jenny Lee, Ms Rolina Ip, Professor Jean Woo.

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CADENZA Symposium 2010: Age-Friendly World Cities & Environment

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Officiating guests, symposium speakers and forum discussants.
(Front row, from left)
Professor Jean Woo, CADENZA Project Director
Professor Fok Tai-fai, Dean of Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Dr Donald Li, JP, Steward, The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Dr Leong Che-hung, GBM, GBS, JP, Chairman of Elderly Commission
Professor Victor Rodwin, Professor of Health Policy and Management, Robert F Wagner Graduate School of Public Service of New York University
Professor Michael Gusmano, Research Scholar, The Hastings Center
Professor Ruth Finkelstein, Vice President for Health Policy, The New York Academy of Medicine
Mr Douglas So, Executive Director, Charities, The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Ms Imelda Chan, Manager, Charities, The Hong Kong Jockey Club
(Back row, from left)
Professor John G Malpas, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President, The University of Hong Kong
Ms Perina Li, Chief Manager of Senior Citizens and Rehabilitation Services, The Salvation Army
Dr Eric Tam, Assistant Professor, Department of Health Technology and Informatics, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Dr Bernard Kong, Deputy Cluster Service Director (Community), Hong Kong East Cluster of Hospital Authority and President of The Hong Kong Geriatrics Society
Ms Christine Fang, Chief Executive, The Hong Kong Council of Social Service
Dr Chau Pui-hing, CADENZA Research Assistant Professor
Professor Ian Holliday, Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong


Welcoming remarks by Professor John G Malpas, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President, The University of Hong Kong.


Opening address by Dr Donald Li, JP, Steward, The Hong Kong Jockey Club to over 300 symposium participants.


Officiating address by Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung, GBS, JP, Secretary for Labour and Welfare.


Dr the Hon Leong Che-hung, GBM, GBS, JP, Chairman of Elderly Commission delivers his keynote address.


Professor Jean Woo, CADENZA Project Director introduces the theme and purpose of the symposium.


Professor Ruth Finkelstein, Vice President for Health Policy of The New York Academy of Medicine addresses the WHO's guidelines and the New York experience in making cities age-friendly.


Professor Victor Rodwin, Professor of Health Policy and Management, Robert F Wagner Graduate School of Public Service of New York University shares the findings from the World Cities Project on ageing, health systems and health outcomes.


Professor Michael Gusmano, Research Scholar, The Hastings Center quotes the findings from Managing World Cities Project which is in collaboration with CADENZA and Faculty of Social Sciences of The University of Hong Kong.


Participants are updated the latest developments of CADENZA at the publication corner.

 
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Mr Douglas So, Executive Director, Charities, Legal & Corporate Secretariat, The Hong Kong Jockey Club introduces dementia is the third topic of CADENZA "Challenges of Population Ageing on Disease Trends and Burden" Study Series.

 
Professor Jean Woo, Director of CADENZA Project highlights that the increasing numbers of dementia cases require urgent creation of a comprehensive strategy.

 
Professor Sarah M McGhee (right), Professor, Department of Community Medicine, School of Public Health, The University of Hong Kong and Dr Patsy Chau (left), Research Assistant Professor of CADENZA Project presents the study findings.

 
Speakers respond to media enquiries after the presentation.

From left:
Professor Sarah M McGhee
Professor, Department of Community Medicine
School of Public Health, The University of Hong Kong

Mr Douglas So
Executive Director, Charities, Legal & Corporate Secretariat
The Hong Kong Jockey Club

Professor Jean Woo
Director of CADENZA Project

Dr Patsy Chau
Research Assistant Professor of CADENZA Project

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CADENZA Symposium 2009: Primary Care & Older Persons – Key to Medical & Social Integration

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Officiating guests, speakers and other guests.
(Front row, from left)
Professor Ian Holliday, Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
Dr Leong Che-hung, Chairman, Elderly Commission
Professor Steve Iliffe, Professor of Primary Care for Older People, University College London
Professor Jack Cheng, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Dr Donald Li, JP, Steward, The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung, GBS, JP, Secretary for Labour and Welfare
Professor Jean Woo, Project Director, CADENZA
Professor Barbara Starfield, Professor of Department of Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Mr William Yiu, Executive Director, Charities, The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Miss Bonny Wong, Head of Charities, The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Professor Fok Tai-fai, Dean of Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Professor Diana T F Lee, Programme Director of CADENZA Training Programme, Chair
Professor of Nursing and Director, The Nethersole School of Nursing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Mr Ngai Kong-yiu, Executive Director, Social Service Units, The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hong Kong
Mr Kwok Lit-tung, Director, Christian Family Service Centre
(Back row, from left)
Mr Peter Chan, Chief Project Administrator, CADENZA
Mr Michael Lai, MH, JP, Chief Executive Officer, St. James' Settlement
Mrs Victoria Kwok, Director, Social Services Department, The Salvation Army
Professor Samuel Wong, Associate Professor and Head, Division of Family Medicine and Primary Healthcare, School of Public Health and Primary Care, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Dr Bernard Kong, Deputy Cluster Service Director (Community Services), Hong Kong East Cluster, Hospital Authority
Professor Cindy Lam, Professor and Head, Family Medicine Unit, The University of Hong Kong
Dr Lam Ching-choi, BBS, JP, Chief Executive Officer, Haven of Hope Christian Service Rev Dorothy Lau, BBS, JP, Director, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council


Welcoming remarks by Professor Jack Cheng, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.



Opening address by Dr Donald Li, JP, Steward, The Hong Kong Jockey Club.


Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung, GBS, JP, Secretary for Labour and Welfare delivers his keynote address.


Dr Donald Li, JP, Steward, The Hong Kong Jockey Club presents a souvenir to Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung, GBS, JP, Secretary for Labour and Welfare.



Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung, GBS, JP, Secretary for Labour and Welfare presents awards to CADENZA Ambassador and Practitioner.



Professor Jean Woo, Director of CADENZA Project begins the 2-day event by highlighting the theme and purpose of the Symposium to over 500 participants.


Participants are updated the latest developments of CADENZA at the poster presentation section.

 
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From left: 
Dr Benise Mak
Research Assistant Professor of CADENZA Project and
Faculty of Social Sciences, HKU

Professor Diana T F Lee
Programme Director of CADENZA Training Programme

Professor Ian Holliday
Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, HKU

Professor Jean Woo
Director of CADENZA Project

Miss Bonny Wong
Head of Charities
The Hong Kong Jockey Club

Mr Peter Chan Hong To
Chief Project Administrator of CADENZA Project

 

 

 

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From left:
Mr William Y Yiu
Executive Director
Charities of The Hong Kong Jockey Club

Professor Jean Woo
Director of CADENZA Project

Dr Patsy Pui-hing Chau
Research Assistant Professor of CADENZA Project


Mr William Y Yiu
Executive Director
Charities of The Hong Kong Jockey Club


Professor Jean Woo
Director of CADENZA Project


Dr Patsy Pui-hing Chau
Research Assistant Professor of CADENZA Project

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CADENZA Symposium 2008: Successful Ageing

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From left:
Mr William Yiu, Executive Director, Charities, The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Professor Ann Bowling, Health Services Research, University College of London
Mr Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges, Chief Executive Officer, The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Dr the Hon Leong Che-hung GBS JP, Chairman, Elderly Commission
Professor John G Malpas, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President, HKU
Professor Jean Woo, Project Director of CADENZA
Professor Ian Holliday, Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, HKU
Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung GBS, JP, Secretary for Labour and Welfare
Professor Shah Ebrahim, Public Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London
Professor Helen Bartlett, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Gippsland), Monash University
Ms Bonny Wong, Head of Charities, The Hong Kong Jockey Club


From left:
Mr William Yiu, Executive Director, Charities, The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Dr Wong Chun-por, Chairman, Hong Kong Society of Medical Informatics Ltd
Mr Paul Tang, Permanent Secretary for Labour and Welfare
Professor Ian Holliday, Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, HKU
Mr Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges, Chief Executive Officer, The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung GBS, JP, Secretary for Labour and Welfare
Professor John G Malpas, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President, HKU
Dr the Hon Leong Che-hung GBS JP, Chairman, Elderly Commission
Ms Ada Y S Fung, Deputy Director (Development & Construction), Housing Department
Ms Bonny Wong, Head of Charities, The Hong Kong Jockey Club


Welcoming remarks by Professor John G Malpas, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President, The University of Hong Kong.


Opening address by Mr Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges, Chief Executive Officer, The Hong Kong Jockey Club.


Mr Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges, Chief Executive Officer, The Hong Kong Jockey Club presents souvenir to officiating guest Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung GBS, JP, Secretary for Labour and Welfare.


Mr Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges, Chief Executive Officer, The Hong Kong Jockey Club presents souvenir to Dr the Hon Leong Che-hung GBS JP, Chairman, Elderly Commission.


Keynote address by Dr the Hon Leong Che-hung GBS JP, Chairman, Elderly Commission.

 
 
 
 
 
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