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HKUAA Professional Group Webinar - Coping with Stress under the Current Big Covid Pandemic

HKUAA Professional Group Webinar - Coping with Stress under the Current Big Covid Pandemic

Speaker: Dr. Phyllis K L Chan. 陳國齡醫生

The recent rising and record breaking COVID-19 pandemic in Hong Kong is stressing everyone out. We are alarmed as an individual, family member, parent or bread winner. It disrupts our daily routine in terms of work, leisure, family and interpersonal relations, health concerns, social mobility and even food and necessities at a 360 level. How could we survive all these challenges and stresses, and face the reality with better preparation both physically and mentally? Could these collective societal experience would boost our resilience in the end ?

Brief Biography of Dr CHAN Kwok-ling, Phyllis

Dr Phyllis Chan is the Vice President (General Affairs) of the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists. She is Honorary Clinical Associate Professor of the Department of Psychiatry, LKS Medical Faculty, The University of Hong Kong. She was the Chief of Service (2017-2021) and Consultant Psychiatrist of the Department of Psychiatry, Queen Mary Hospital. Currently she is a partime consultant psychiatrist at QMH and KCH.

Dr. Chan teaches and trains psychiatric trainees doctors and post fellowship specialists, medical students, and other allied health professionals extensively.

Apart from clinical and teaching duties, she has engaged in numerous volunteering work, public education and advocacy for destigmatization.

Date: 21 March 2022 (Monday)
Time: 7:30-8:30pm
Via Zoom
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Language: Cantonese

Terms and Notes

*During the event, please follow all rules and instructions strictly made by HKUAA. HKUAA will not liable for any damage, injury or death that may be caused.
*Participants may be requested to turn on camera to interact with the speaker
*Q&A should be made in the Q&A box and will be answered by the speaker at the appropriate time during or after the talk

*The remarks made by the guest speakers in the programme are merely personal opinions of the guest speakers and should not be taken as the views of HKUAA.

*The copyright of any material that will be used in speakers' presentations belong to speakers' asset. You are advised to seek written permissions to copyrighted materials when applicable.
*HKUAA reserves all rights to make ultimate decision on all related issues.

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