Prof Samuel Wong
Professor Samuel Wong received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Toronto and completed his residency training in Family Medicine in Canada. He has also completed the Master of Public Health at the Johns Hopkins University, USA and the Doctor of Medicine (MD) research degree at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
He is the Director of the JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, the Associate Dean (Education) of the Faculty of Medicine and also the director of Thomas Jing Centre for Mindfulness Research and Training. For government and public services, he is the honorary consultant in Family Medicine of the Hong Kong Hospital Authority and has been appointed by the HKSAR government as a member of the Expert Panel in Primary Healthcare and Non-communicable Disease, Steering Committee on Primary Healthcare Development, Advisory Council on Food and Environmental Hygiene and Advisory Committee on Primary Care Directory, Advisory Group on Hong Kong Reference Framework for Preventive Care for Children and for Older Adults in Primary Care Settings of the Department of Health. Professor Wong’s research interests include evaluating and developing mindfulness- based and mental health interventions in primary care; evaluating primary care services and developing primary care service models as well as multimorbidity.