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Seminar by Centre for Ageing and Healthcare Management Research - End of Life Issues

(Front row) Dr Ben Fong (2nd from left), Director of CAHMR and Senior Lecturer of SPEED, Dr Simon Cheung (2nd from right), SPEED Lecturer, Mrs Yvonne Siu Sun, BBS (3rd from left), Society for the Promotion of Hospice Care Honorary Advisor, Mr Jimmy Tsui (left), Executive Director of Society for the Promotion of Hospice Care, Dr Fowie Ng (3rd from right), Head of Therapy Services, Jockey Club Home for Hospice and Visiting Lecturer of SPEED, Mr Tommy Ng (right), Project Associate of CAHMR
Dr Jack Leung, Superintendent of Jockey Club Home for Hospice
PolyU SPEED Year 2 students from Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Applied Sciences (Health Studies)
Mr Tommy Ng, Project Associate of CAHMR
Dr Simon Cheung, SPEED Lecturer

(Front row) Dr Ben Fong (2nd from left), Director of CAHMR and Senior Lecturer of SPEED, Dr Simon Cheung (2nd from right), SPEED Lecturer, Mrs Yvonne Siu Sun, BBS (3rd from left), Society for the Promotion of Hospice Care Honorary Advisor, Mr Jimmy Tsui (left), Executive Director of Society for the Promotion of Hospice Care, Dr Fowie Ng (3rd from right), Head of Therapy Services, Jockey Club Home for Hospice and Visiting Lecturer of SPEED, Mr Tommy Ng (right), Project Associate of CAHMR

Dr Jack Leung, Superintendent of Jockey Club Home for Hospice

PolyU SPEED Year 2 students from Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Applied Sciences (Health Studies)

Mr Tommy Ng, Project Associate of CAHMR

Dr Simon Cheung, SPEED Lecturer

The Centre for Ageing and Healthcare Management Research (CAHMR) has successfully held its third seminar at Jockey Club Home for Hospice on 10 April 2019. Dr Simon Cheung, Lecturer of PolyU SPEED, Mr Tommy Ng, Project Associate of CAHMR, and PolyU SPEED Year 2 students from Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Applied Sciences (Health Studies) were invited as the speakers to share with participants their studies and insights in “End of Life Issues”.