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HKU ResearcherPage: Chan, LC
 
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Professor Chan, Li Chong
陳立昌
Title
  • M B Lee Professorship in the Humanities and Medicine
  • Director of Centre for the Humanities and Medicine
  • Professor (Clinical)
  • Professor (Clinical)
  • Honorary Professor
  • Professor: Chair of Pathology
  • Co-Director, Centre for the Humanities and Medicine
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Faculty:
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Tel:
  • 2255 4827
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Professor Chan, Li Chong
陳立昌
Title
  • M B Lee Professorship in the Humanities and Medicine
  • Director of Centre for the Humanities and Medicine
  • Professor (Clinical)
  • Professor (Clinical)
  • Honorary Professor
  • Professor: Chair of Pathology
  • Co-Director, Centre for the Humanities and Medicine
Dept:
Faculty:
Research Interests:
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 Biography
Research Interest: Aetiology, cellular and molecular biology of leukaemias. Teaching Philosophy: My teaching philosophy is driven by the recognition that “The student of today is the teacher of tomorrow”. Implicit in this statement is our responsibility to nurture students to develop not only self-directed learning and critical thinking skills but also a spirit of inquisitiveness and the courage to challenge scientific and medical dogma. I am delighted that the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine has introduced medical humanities as part of the core curriculum for medical students from 2012. The practice of medicine, a science as well as an art, will also require students to understand the limits of medicine, the nature of human suffering and the dangers of the medicalisation of life in terms of its social, ethical and economic impact. Through the teaching and learning of medical humanities, students can generate new inquiries and reflections which will enable them to understand illness and health in the wider context of the lives of people. They should become aware of the complexities and ambiguities of issues involved in medical care and practice; and explore the nature of suffering & healing so as to enable patients to live a life of meaning despite their illness.
 
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Spoken Languages:
  • English, Cantonese
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  • 英語、粵語
)
Written Languages:
  • English
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  • 英文
)
Area of expertise:
  • Curriculum development
  • Medical humanities
  • Cellular and molecular biology of human leukaemias

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