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Dr. HWANG Shui Shan, Isabel

Dr. HWANG Shui Shan, Isabel

Assistant Dean (Student Support)

Senior Lecturer, School of Biomedical Sciences

CUHK Employment
  • Assistant Dean (Student Support), Faculty of Medicine
  • Senior Lecturer, School of Biomedical Sciences

 

Expertise
  • Physiology
  • Bioethics

 

Education and Qualifications

BSc, DIC, MSc (Lond.); PhD (HKU)

 

Pedagogical Interests
  • Strategies in physiological and bioethical education
  • Use of e-learning to facilitate teaching and independent learning in the medical curriculum

 

Additional Information

 

Award & Honour

  • Faculty Education Award, 2016

Academic Engagement in CUHK

  • Year 1 Coordinatorr, MBChB programme
  • New Asia College Coordinator (Medicine Year 1 to 3)
  • Chairperson of the CUHK e-Learning Community of Practice (Micro-Module Courseware Development)
Selected Publications
 
  1. Isabel Hwang, WS Chan, Paul Lam, Ray Lee, Phoebi Chan and Joseph Leung. A Course-Oriented Mobile Learning Application (HSApp: HS(a)App and HS(b)App) for Health Science Education in the Medical Faculty Package. Medical Education Journal. 2015. Volume 49 (suppl. Issue 2), page 14
  2. Isabel Hwang, Kevin Wong, Shun Leung Lam and Paul Lam. Student Response (clicker) Systems: Preferences of biomedical physiology students in Asian classes. The Electronic Journal of e-Learning Volume 13 (Issue 5) 2015, 347-356. (Retrieved 18 Jan, 2016, from http://www.ejel.org/volume13/issue5/p347 )
  3. Hwang, I., Tam, M., Lam, S. L., & Lam, P. (2012). Review of use of animation as a supplementary learning material of physiology content in four academic years. The Electronic Journal of e- Learning, Volume 10 (Issue 4), 368–377, Oct 2012. (Retrieved January 15, 2013, from http://www.ejel.org/volume10/issue4/p368 )
  4. Hwang, I., Tam, M., Lam, S. L., & Lam, P. (2012). Use of animation as a supplementary learning material of physiology content. In P. Lam (Ed.), Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on eLearning (pp. 141–149), Hong Kong, China, 21–22 June, 2012.