Loretta Yuet- Foon CHUNG

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Name: Loretta Yuet- Foon CHUNG

Title: associate professor


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Education experience:

1999Ph.D. in Nursing Philosophy, Deakin University, Australia

1993Master of Nursing Education, Deakin University, Australia

1990 Bachelor ofHealth Science, Charles Det University, Australia

1989 Higher Diploma in Nursing Education, Hong Kong Polytechnic

Work experience

2012-2017 Foreign Teacher of  Lanzhou University 

2011 External Experts of  Gansu Provincial People's Hospital 

2010 Foreign Teacher ofNorthwest Minzu University

2001-2007 Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, HongKong Polytechnic University

2001 Lecturer, School of Nursing, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

1997-2001 Academic Fellow, School of Nursing, Monash University, Australia 1993-1997 Instructor, School of Nursing, Monash University, Australia

1993-1995 Researcher, Monash University, Australia

1994-1997 Registered Nurse of  Australian (part-time)

1991-1993 Lecturer of the Hong Kong Polytechnic (predecessor of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

1989-1991 Teacher of the Nurse School of Grantham Hospital, Hong Kong, 1980-1987 Nurse of the Department ofThoracic and Pulmonary Medicine, Cardiac Pediatrics and Intensive Care Unit, Grantham Hospital, Hong Kong

1979-1980 Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, UK, 1978-1979 Midwife student, Caritas Hospital, Hong Kong

1976-1978 nurse of chest, chest Surgical and Intensive care unit, Grantham Hospital,  Hong Kong


Education Project Lecture:

2005: Hong Kong Nurse Training and Education Foundation,Continuing Education Learning Seminar of the First Hospital of Xi'an Jiaotong University

2005: Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Nursing, Guangzhou Southern University, and a specialist nurse co-organized with the Health Department of Guangdong Health Department

Specialist nurse course:

2004: Hong Kong Nurse Training and Education Foundation, School of Nursing, Shanxi Medical University, Institute of Continuing Education, Shanxi Medical University First Clinical Medical College

2003: The First Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical College, the Clinical Nursing Faculty Improvement Section of the China Association of Chinese Nursing Association Guangzhou Branch

2003: Sustainability Education Study Seminar, Department of Psychology, Zhongshan University, Guangzhou

Published papers and monographs:

Academic journal published articles:

1.Wang Xintian, Li Zhimin, Chung, Y. F. L. Effects of Venous Remaining Needle Sealing with Heparin vs. Saline in China:A Meta-Analysis[J]. Chinese Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine, 201l, 1l(1): 96-100.
2.Han, L., Li, J. P., Sit, J. W. H., Chung, L., Jiao, Z. Y. and Ma, W. G. (2010). Effects of music intervention on physiological stress response and anxiety level of mechanically ventilated patients in China: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 19, 978–987.
3.Chan, M. F.; Chung, Y. F. L.; Chung S. W. A.; and Lee, O. K. A.. (2009). “Investigating the physiological responses of patients listening to music in the intensive care unit.” Journal of clinical nursing;18(9):1250-7.
4.Chan, M. F.; Wong, F. K. Y.; Chang, K.; Chow, S.; Chung L; Lee, W. M..; Lee, R. (2009). “Identifying patient readmission subtypes from unplanned readmissions to hospitals in Hong Kong: a cluster analysis.” Nursing & health sciences 2009;11(1) 37-44.
5.Zang, Y. L.; Chung, L.Y. F.; Wong, T. K. S & Chan, M. F. (2009). “Chinese female nurses' perceptions of male genitalia-related care--Part 2.” Journal of clinical nursing 2009;18(6). 826-37.
6.Zang, Y. L.; Chung, L.Y. F. & Wong, T. K. S (2008). “A review of the psychosocial issues for nurses in male genitalia-related care.” Journal of Clinical Nursing 17, 983-998.
7.Chan, M.F.; Wong, F. K. Y.; Chang, K. K. P.; Chow, S. K. Y.; Chung, L. Y. F.; Lee, R. P. L.; and Lee, W. M. (2008). “A study on investigating unplanned readmission patterns.” Journal of clinical nursing 2008;17(16),2164-73.
8.Chan, M. F., Lou, F. L., Arthur, D. G., Cao, F. L., Wu, L. H., Li, P., Rosemeyer, M. S., Chung, L. Y. F., & Lui, L. (2008). “Investigating factors associate to nurses’ attitudes towards perinatal bereavement care.” Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17 (4), 509-518.
9.Wong, F.K.Y. Cheung S., Chung, L., Chan, K., Chan, A., To, T. & Wong, M. (2008). “Framework for adopting a problem-based learning approach in a simulated clinical setting.” The Journal of Nursing Education, 47 (11), 508-14.
10.Wong, F.K.Y. Chow S., Chung, L., Chang, K., Chan, T., Lee, W.M. & Lee, R. (2008). “Can home visits help reduce hospital readmissions? Randomized controlled trial.” Journal of Advanced Nursing, 62 (5), 585-95.
11.Chow, S.K.Y., Wong, F.K.Y., Chan, T.M.F., Chung, L.Y.F., Chang, K.K.P. & Lee, R.P.L. (2008). “Community nursing services for postdischarge chronically ill patients.” Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17 (7b), 260-271.
12.Chung, L. Y. F., Wong, F. K. Y., & Cheung, S. C. M. (2007). “Fostering maturity for senior nursing students: a pre-graduation clinical placement.” Nurse Education Today, 28 (4), 409-418.
13.Chan Moon Fai; Lou Feng-Lan; Zang Yu-Li; Chung Yuet Foon; Wu Lai Har; Cao Feng-Lin; Li Ping. (2007). “Attitudes of midwives towards perinatal bereavement in Hong Kong.” Midwifery 2007;23(3):309-21.
14.Chan, M. F., Wong, F. K. Y., Chang, K. P. K., Chow, S. K. Y., Chung, L. Y. F., Lee, R. P. L., & Lee, W. M. (2007). “A study on investigating unplanned readmission pattern.” Journal of Clinical Nursing. 17 (16), 2164-2173.
15.Chung, L.Y.F., Wong, F.K.Y. & Chan, M. F. (2007). “Relationship of nurses’ spirituality to their understanding and practice of spiritual care.” Journal of Advanced Nursing, 58 (2), 158-170.
16.Chan, M. F., Lou, F. L., Chung, L. Y. F., Wu, L. H., Cao, F. L., & Li. P. (2007). “Attitudes of midwives towards perinatal bereavement in Hong Kong.” Midwifery
23(3), 309-321.
17.Jiang Xiaolian, Chung, LYF, Wang Yan, Ma Fang and Wang Lei(2007).Nursing students study the understanding of chronic diseases through art. Chinese Nursing Research, Vol.21 No.10 P.867-869
18.Wong, F.K.Y. & Chung, L.Y.F. (2006). “Establishing a Definition for Nurse-Led Clinic: structure, process, and outcome.” Journal of Advanced Nursing, 53 (3), 358-369.
19.M.F. Chan, L.Y.F. Chung, A.S.C. Lee, W.K. Wong, G.S.C. Lee, C.Y. Lau, W.Z. Lau, T.T. Hung, M.L. Liu and J.W.S. Ng. (2006). “Investigating spiritual care perceptions and practice patterns in Hong Kong nurses: Results of a cluster analysis.” Nurse Education Today, 26 (2), 139-150.
20.  Chung LYF
Chen Anqi and Chen Manhui. (2005). “The effect of music on the physiology and anxiety of patients with mechanical ventilation”Chinese Journal of Nursing,40 (7), 481-484.
21.Lee OKA, Chung LYF, Chan MF, and Chan WM. (2005). “Music and its effect on the physiological responses and anxiety levels of patients receiving mechanical ventilation: A pilot study.” Journal of Clinical Nursing, 14(5), 609-620.
22.Chan EA & Chung LYF. (2004). “An epistemology in teaching abstract concepts through reflection embedded in spirituality.” Reflective practice 5(1), 87-94.
23.Wong FKY, Chan EA, Cheung SCM, Chung LYF, To TSS, Wong MLWY, Wu CST. (2004). “Problem-based learning: an innovative model for clinical education.” In Chan SWC and et al. (ed). Evidence-based nursing education and related issues. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Society for Nursing Education.
24.Wong FKY, Chung LYF, and Chan T. (2003). Examination of best practices of nurse clinics. A commissioned project report Hong Kong polytechnic University & Hospital Authority.
25.Wong F.K.Y. & Chung L.Y.F. (2002) “An Interim Report of the Hospital Authority Commissioned Consultancy Project 'Examination of Best Practices and Outcomes.” Health and social care in the community, 13 (1).
26.Yalden BMJ, and Chung LYF. (2001). “Tai Chi: Towards an exercise for the older person.” The Australian Journal of Holistic Nursing, 8 (1), 4-13.
27.Yalden BMJ, and Chung LYF. (2000). “Health enhancing activities that promote cultural diversity.” (abstract) Australasian Journal on Ageing, 19 (1), 73.
28.Chung LYF. (1999). “Companionship— mentoring of a cultural exchange experiential trip.” The Hong Kong Nursing Journal, 35 (4), 7-12.
29.Wong, F., Kember, D., Chung, L.Y.F., and Yan, L. (1995). “Assessing the level of student reflection from reflective journals.” Journal of Advanced Nursing, 22, 48-57.
30.Wong, F., Chung, LYF. (1994). “Assessment of reflective learning among registered nurses.” The Hong Kong Nursing Journal, 65, p 9-16.
31.Wong, F., Chung, LYF., and Chiu, I. (1993). “Cost-effective documentation.” The Hong Kong Nursing Journal, 64, p31-36.
32.Wong, F. and Chung, LY.F. (1993). “Re-visiting theory and practice: The Hong Kong experience.” in Conference proceeding, Effective Collaborative: Effective practice in Nursing Charles Sturt University, Australia, 30.4.93-1.5.93.

Academic conference publication
1. Chung, LYF; Wong, FKY; Chang, KKP; Chan, MF, & Chow, S (2005). “Chronic illness patients’ personal health practice and health care utilization pattern during the SARS period in Hong Kong” Paper presentation in the 3rd Pan-Pacific nursing conference & The 5th Hong Kong nursing symposium on cancer care by The Nethersole School of Nursing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,  10-12 November 2005
2.Chung LYF. (2004). “Effect of music on the physiology and anxiety of patients with mechanical ventilation: preliminary study” Paper presented at the 2004 International Nursing Conference. Professionalization and Specialization in Nursing in the 21st Century in Suzhou, October 12-14, 2004
3.Chung LYF. (2004). “"A touch of heartstrings" aesthetic reflection journey" Paper presented at the
2004 International Nursing Conference. Xinjiang Medical University, June 15-17,
4.Chung LYF, Wong FKY, Chan T, and Liu CW. (2004). “Will nurses with
desired spiritual attributes provide a more comprehensive spiritual care to patients? Implications for curriculum development.”  (poster presentation)
5.Chung LYF. (2001). Aesthetic touch praxis among a group of intensive care nurses. Paper presented at the 2001 Asian Nursing Conference. Beijing Nursing Research Centre, December 3-6, 2001.
6.Chung LYF and Yalden BMJ. (2000). “Cultural interchange in nursing
practice.” Abstract accepted to be presented in an International Transcultural
Nursing Conference: leading into the new millennium, RCN, October, 4-6, 2000.
7.Yalden BMJ. and Chung LYF. (2000). “Improving quality of life for the older
person through appropriate exercise programs.” Conference: Old age in a new age.
Keeble College, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, British Society of
Gerontology, Oxford, UK. September 8-11.
8.Chung LYF. (2000). “Revealing ‘touch’ practices in an intensive care unit in
Hong Kong through praxis.” International Conference 2000. New Century new
directions. Deakin University, Victoria, Australia, 8-11 August 2000.
9.Chung LYF and Yalden BMJ. 2000. “Modified Tai Chi for the older person:
preliminary results of a study of the therapeutic effects of Tai Chi.” International
Symposium, Positive Ageing: improving care for quality of life. Monash
Conference Centre, Melbourne, May 25th.
10.Yalden BMJ and Chung LYF. (1999). “Health enhancing activities that
promote cultural diversity.” Aged & Community Services Australia and 
Australian Association of Gerontology, Joint National Conference: Sydney.
11.Chung LYF. (1999). “An innovative clinical nursing placement: a mentor’s
reflection.” International Conference Clinical teaching in University Nursing
Education, West China University of Medical University, Sichuan, PRC, 11-13,
May, 1999.
12.Grant E, Grubb J, and Chung LYF (1999). “An innovative clinical nursing
placement: Australian students in China.” International Conference Clinical
teaching in University Nursing Education, West China University of Medical
University, Sichuan, PRC, 11-13, May, 1999.
13.Grubb, J., Swearse, B., Luk, W and Chung, L. (1995). “Registered nurse
studying by distance education in Hong Kong and Australia.” Nursing
Education/Practice Partnership, New Zealand Nurse Educators Conference - Fact
or Fiction.
14.Swearse, B., Luk, W., Grubb, J. and Chung, L. (1994). “A comparative study
of the study skills and coping strategies of registered nurses studying by distance
education in Hong Kong and Australia.” First South-East Asian Nursing Research
Conference - Quality care: research achievements and challenges. Kowloon, Hong
Kong, p246-248.

Research program

2011: Study of potential risk factors for drug error occurrence and reporting

2007: Total patient care for stroke patients

2006-2007: Perinatal bereavement care

 2005: Follow-up care for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: experimental randomized control Research (Fundamental Research Funding Project, Researcher)

2004: Application of Art in Teaching and Learning: Case Study (Fundamental Research Funding Project, Principal Investigator)

2004: Music Therapy - A Mechanical Ventilation Interventions for Patient Anxiety: Experimental Randomized Control Study (Fundamental Research Funding Program, Principal Investigator)

2003: Exploring the Personal Significance of SARS: Case Study (Fundamental Research Funding Project, Principal Investigator) The application of problem-based learning methods in clinical teaching (teaching development research funding project, researcher) to explore the phenomenon of re-hospitalization: social analysis research (2002 research grants CERG researchers) enlightenment students before registration Practice: the learning experience and effect (Learning and Teaching Foundation, principal investigator)

2001: with the right spiritual qualities of nurses able to provide a wider range of spiritual care to patients do? - Enlightenment for curriculum design (Learning and Teaching Funding Project, Researcher)

1997-2001: Improving the effectiveness of shadowboxing in preventing falls


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