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Effects of built environment on walking among Hong Kong older adults
Journal:
Hong Kong Medical Journal
Publisher:
Hong Kong Academy of Medicine Press. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.hkmj.org.hk
Cerin, E; Macfarlane, DJ; Sit, HP; Ho, DSY; Johnston, JM; Chou, KL; Chan, WM; Cheung, MC; Ho, KS2013113
 
Considerations of particle vaporization and analyte diffusion in single-particle inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry
Journal:
Spectrochimica Acta Part B: Atomic Spectroscopy
Publisher:
Elsevier BV. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.elsevier.com/locate/sab
Ho, KS; Lui, KO; Lee, KH; Chan, WT201317
 
Influenza vaccination and hospitalisation in Elderly Health Centres.
Journal:
Hong Kong Medical Journal
Publisher:
Hong Kong Medical Association. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.hkmj.org/resources/supp.html
Schooling, CM; McGhee, SM; Cowling, BJ; Thomas, GN; Chan, WM; Ho, KS; Wong, VC; Leung, GM2012263
 
Tracking bismuth antiulcer drug uptake in single helicobacter pylori cells
Journal:
Journal of the American Chemical Society
Publisher:
American Chemical Society. The Journal's web site is located at http://pubs.acs.org/journals/jacsat/index.html
Tsang, CN; Ho, KS; Sun, H; Chan, WT2011504
 
The association between depressive symptoms and mortality among Chinese elderly: A Hong Kong cohort study
Journal:
Journals of Gerontology - Series A Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences
Publisher:
Oxford University Press. The Journal's web site is located at http://biomed.gerontologyjournals.org/
Sun, W; Schooling, CM; Chan, WM; Ho, KS; Lam, TH2011550
 
Factors related to avoidable hospitalization of elderly with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or heart disease or ischemic heart disease at the first admission
Proceedings/Conference:
RACMA/HKCCM International Conference
Publisher:
Hong Kong College of Community Medicine.
Zhou, H; Schooling, CM; Chan, WM; Ho, KS; Ng, B; Lo, SV; Johnston, JM2010147
 
Relationships of perceived neighborhood built environment and walking for different purposes in Hong Kong older adults
Proceedings/Conference:
Asian Pacific Perspective Regional Conference 2010
Cerin, E; Macfarlane, DJ; Sit, HP; Johnston, JM; Chow, KL; Chan, WM; Cheung, MC; Ho, DSY; Ho, KS2010123
 
Development and validation of measures to study the effects of the built environment on walking in Hong Kong older adults
Proceedings/Conference:
Asian Pacific Perspective Regional Conference 2010
Cerin, E; Macfarlane, DJ; Sit, HP; Ho, DSY; Johnston, JM; Chow, KL; Chan, WM; Cheung, MC; Ho, KS2010118
 
Passive smoking and tuberculosis
Journal:
Archives of Internal Medicine
Publisher:
American Medical Association. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.archinternmed.com
Leung, CC; Lam, TH; Ho, KS; Yew, WW; Tam, CM; Chan, WM; Law, WS; Chan, CK; Chang, KC; Au, KF2010270
 
Time-resolved ICP-MS measurement for single-cell analysis and on-line cytometry
Journal:
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry
Publisher:
Royal Society of Chemistry. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.rsc.org/jaas
Ho, KS; Chan, WT2010193
 
The impact of smoking: reduction of healthy life expectancy among smokers and ex-smokers in older Chinese in Hong Kong (abstract)
Publisher:
Hong Kong College of Community Medicine.
Cheung, WL; McGhee, SM; Chan, WM; Ho, KS; Lam, TH2009163
 
Can reverse causality explain the protective effect of physical activity in the elderly? (abstract)
Publisher:
Hong Kong College of Community Medicine.
Sun, W; Schooling, CM; Chan, WM; Ho, KS; Lam, TH2009147
 
The association of depressive symptoms with mortality among Chinese older people: A Hong Kong cohort study (poster presentation)
Proceedings/Conference:
The Hong Kong Public Health Forum 2009, 20 September 2009, Hong Kong
Publisher:
School of Public Health/HKU.
Sun, W; Schooling, CM; Chan, WM; Ho, KS; Lam, TH2009112
 
Can physical activity modify the mortality of depression in elderly? (Oral presentation)
Proceedings/Conference:
14th Research Postgraduate Symposium, 2-3 December 2009, Hong Kong
Publisher:
LKS Faculty of Medicine, HKU.
Sun, W; Schooling, CM; Chan, WM; Ho, KS; Lam, TH2009129
 
Survival analysis to estimate short-term effects of influenza activity on mortality in a cohort of elderly people (poster presentation)
Proceedings/Conference:
The Hong Kong Public Health Forum 2009, 20 September 2009, Hong Kong
Publisher:
School of Public Health/HKU.
Song, L; Lai, HK; Chan, WM; Ho, KS; Ho, LM; Wong, CM2009127
 
The association between depressive symptoms with mortality among Chinese elderly: A Hong Kong cohort study (abstract)
Publisher:
Hong Kong College of Community Medicine.
Sun, W; Schooling, CM; Chan, WM; Ho, KS; Lam, TH2009141
 
Health related quality of life in an older population with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in Hong Kong (abstract)
Publisher:
Hong Kong College of Community Medicine.
Chen, J; McGhee, SM; Cheung, WL; Chan, WM; Ho, KS; Lam, TH2009124
 
The impact of smoking: Reduction of healthy life expectancy among smokers and ex-smokers in older Chinese in Hong Kong (Poster presentation)
Proceedings/Conference:
14th Research Postgraduate Symposium, 2-3 December 2009, Hong Kong
Publisher:
LKS Faculty of Medicine, HKU.
Cheung, WL; McGhee, SM; Chan, WM; Ho, KS; Lam, TH2009103
 
Risk factors driving avoidable hospitalization of elderly with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or congestive heart failure at the first admission (Poster presentation)
Proceedings/Conference:
14th Research Postgraduate Symposium, 2-3 December 2009, Hong Kong
Publisher:
LKS Faculty of Medicine, HKU.
Zhou, H; Johnston, JM; Schooling, CM; Lam, TH; Chan, WM; Ho, KS2009177
 
Can reverse causality explain the protective effect of physical activity in the elderly? (poster presentation)
Proceedings/Conference:
The Hong Kong Public Health Forum 2009, 20 September 2009, Hong Kong
Publisher:
School of Public Health/HKU.
Sun, W; Schooling, CM; Chan, WM; Ho, KS; Lam, TH2009103
 
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