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  • Prof. Tiu Mei Ha Mimi 刁美霞教授

    BSc (Nursing) McGill University, MBA (Health Care Management) Columbia Southern University, DHSc PolyU
    RN
    Department Head cum Professor
    School of Nursing and Health Studies
    Tel: 31202636

    Teaching Areas & Research Interests

    • Nursing management
    • Qualitative studies
    • Gerontological care
    • Quality of life

    Selected Publications

    Journal Articles

    • Ng, B.T.Y., Tiu M.M.H., Chan H.Y., Cheung, H.H., Chu, K.P., Ho, S.S., Hon C.Y., Kam, L.K., Kwok P.Y., Mok, Y.T., Tong K.W., & Wong, T.Y. (2019). Caring for a Child with Angelman Syndrome in Hong Kong: A qualitative study. International Journal of nursing and Health Care Research, 2 (10), pp. 1-8.
    • Tiu, M.M.H., Hong, J., Cheng, V.S., Kam, C.Y.C., Ng, B.T.Y. (2018). Lived experience of infertility among Hong Kong Chinese women. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Health & Well-being, 13(1), pp.1-9.
    • Tiu, M.M.H. (2018). Being dignified: the lived experience of elderly Chinese residents in a private nursing home in Hong Kong. Nursing and Health. 6(1), pp.12-19.
    • Wong , W.W.C, & Tiu, M.M.H. (2018). The Perceived Burdens of Chinese Mothers of Children with Mental Retardation in Hong Kong: A Qualitative Study. International Journal of Nursing & Care, 2(1), pp1-6.
    • Tiu, M.M.H., Wong, W.W.C., Ng, K.C.Y. (2016). Perceived burden and coping strategies employed by parental caregiver of individual with moderate grade mental retardation: a qualitative study. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. Jan-Dec, 13.
    • Wong, W. C., C. W. Tam & Tiu, M.M.H. (2015). The influences of extra-curricular activities on the development of competence among undergraduate nursing students in Hong Kong. Journal of Nursing and Care,4, 5.
    • Lee. L. Y. K., Tiu, M. M. H., Charm, C. Y. C., & Wong, K. F. (2015). An observational study on work interruptions during medication administration in residential care homes for older people. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24 (21-22), pp.3336-3339.

    Selected Professional & Community Services

    • Co-opted member of the Accreditation Committee, Nursing Council of Hong Kong

    Modified Date: May 12, 2020
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    Prof. Tiu Mei Ha Mimi 刁美霞教授

    BSc (Nursing) McGill University, MBA (Health Care Management) Columbia Southern University, DHSc PolyU
    RN

    Department Head cum Professor
    School of Nursing and Health Studies

    Email: mhtiu@ouhk.edu.hk
    Tel: 31202636

    Teaching Areas & Research Interests

    • Nursing management
    • Qualitative studies
    • Gerontological care
    • Quality of life

    Selected Publications

    Journal Articles

    • Ng, B.T.Y., Tiu M.M.H., Chan H.Y., Cheung, H.H., Chu, K.P., Ho, S.S., Hon C.Y., Kam, L.K., Kwok P.Y., Mok, Y.T., Tong K.W., & Wong, T.Y. (2019). Caring for a Child with Angelman Syndrome in Hong Kong: A qualitative study. International Journal of nursing and Health Care Research, 2 (10), pp. 1-8.
    • Tiu, M.M.H., Hong, J., Cheng, V.S., Kam, C.Y.C., Ng, B.T.Y. (2018). Lived experience of infertility among Hong Kong Chinese women. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Health & Well-being, 13(1), pp.1-9.
    • Tiu, M.M.H. (2018). Being dignified: the lived experience of elderly Chinese residents in a private nursing home in Hong Kong. Nursing and Health. 6(1), pp.12-19.
    • Wong , W.W.C, & Tiu, M.M.H. (2018). The Perceived Burdens of Chinese Mothers of Children with Mental Retardation in Hong Kong: A Qualitative Study. International Journal of Nursing & Care, 2(1), pp1-6.
    • Tiu, M.M.H., Wong, W.W.C., Ng, K.C.Y. (2016). Perceived burden and coping strategies employed by parental caregiver of individual with moderate grade mental retardation: a qualitative study. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. Jan-Dec, 13.
    • Wong, W. C., C. W. Tam & Tiu, M.M.H. (2015). The influences of extra-curricular activities on the development of competence among undergraduate nursing students in Hong Kong. Journal of Nursing and Care,4, 5.
    • Lee. L. Y. K., Tiu, M. M. H., Charm, C. Y. C., & Wong, K. F. (2015). An observational study on work interruptions during medication administration in residential care homes for older people. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24 (21-22), pp.3336-3339.

    Selected Professional & Community Services

    • Co-opted member of the Accreditation Committee, Nursing Council of Hong Kong

    Modified Date: May 12, 2020
    Edit Profile

     
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