Virtual public seminar on “Maintaining physical and psycho-social well-being for students and staff in Early Childhood Education Setting under COVID-19”, supported by Centre for Health Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Health Promotion Foundation.
Virtual public seminar
Professor Albert Lee
Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association – Hong Kong Chapter (PECERA-HK) is very pleased to organize an online public seminar on “Maintaining physical and psycho-social well-being for students and staff in Early Childhood Education Setting under COVID-19”, supported by Centre for Health Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Health Promotion and Hong Kong Health Education and Health Promotion Foundation
Professor Albert Lee is Clinical Professor of Public Health and Primary Care and Founding Director of Centre for Health Education and Health Promotion of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is also founding member of Steering Committee of Alliance for Healthy Cities (AFHC) (2003-2010, 2014-2023).
Professor Lee obtained Medical Degree (MB BS) from the University of London (UCL-Middlesex) in 1984 and Law Degree (LLB) from University of London in 2015. He was awarded higher academic and/or professional qualifications in Family Medicine, Public Health, Legal Medicine, Education, Law, Arbitration and Education including doctorate degree in Medicine (MD) and also MPH, Fellowships from Royal Colleges in Australia, Ireland and UK, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Australasian and American Colleges of Legal Medicine, Master of Law with distinction (LLM-Arbitration and Dispute Resolution) from City University of Hong Kong. Albert completed Practical Legal Training at College of Law, Australia with higher distinction/distinction in core and elective subjects in December 2020 and admission as Australian Lawyer (NSW) in March 2021.
Albert is world-renowned pioneer in global health particularly on school health, healthy city, equity in health and primary health care, and medico-legal and conflict resolutions, and healthcare law and ethics are his emerging research interest areas. His contributions are recognised by his election to the US National Academy of Medicine in 2012, first elected from Hong Kong, election as Honorary Fellow of UK Faculty of Public Health (the highest accolade of the Faculty), and also appointed as WHO advisor on many occasions. He received AFHC Award for Pioneers in Healthy City Research in 2014.
He is senior fellow and certified Sustainable Development Planner of World Institute of Sustainable Development Planners. He is member of Executive Board of Journal Medicine and Law (official journal of World Association of Medical Law), and editor of 2018 March Issue on “Better Education and Training to prevent Medical Mishap”.