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Dr. Chong Yin Kei Doris

Programme Leader, Associate Professor, School of Nursing and Health Studies

PhD in Higher Education (Lancaster University), DScPT (University of Maryland Baltimore), MSc (HKU), BScPT (Queen’s University), RPT (HK, Canada, USA), Neurologic Certified Specialist (American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties)

Email: dykchong@hkmu.edu.hk
Tel: 3970 2969

Teaching Areas & Research Interests

  • Adult neurological rehabilitation
  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Physiotherapy learning and teaching
  • Assessment for learning in higher education
 

Selected Publications

Book Chapters

  • Chong, D. Y. & Kiami, S. (2019). Traumatic brain injury. In R. T. Lazaro (Ed.), Umphred’s Neurological Rehabilitation (7th edition). Elsevier.
  • Chong, D. Y., Glickman, L. B., & Cabanero-Johnson, P. S. (2013). Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy. In E. E. Jobst (Ed.), Case files in physical therapy (pp. 335-348). New York: McGraw-Hill Education.

Journal Articles

  • Chong, D. Y., & McArthur, J. (2021). Assessment for learning in a Confucian-influenced culture: Beyond the summative/formative binary. Teaching in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/
    13562517.2021.1892057
  • Chong, D. Y., Tam, B., Yau, S. S., & Wong, A. Y. (2020). Learning to prescribe and instruct exercise in physiotherapy education through authentic assessment and rubrics. BMC Medical Education, 20, 258. https://doi.org/10.1186/
    s12909-020-02163-9
  • Tsang, C. S., Chong, D. Y., & Pang, M. Y. (2019). Cognitive-motor interference in walking after stroke: Test-retest reliability and validity of dual-task walking assessments. Clinical Rehabilitation, 33(6), 1066-1078. https://doi.org/10.1177/
    0269215519828146
  • Chong, D. Y. (2019). Benefits and challenges with gamified multi-media physiotherapy case studies: A mixed method study. Archives of Physiotherapy, 9, 7. https://doi.org/10.1186/
    s40945-019-0059-2
  • Schoeb, V. & Chong, D. Y. (2019). Students’ learning preferences and experience in a globalized word: Opportunity to optimize internationalization in physiotherapy education. Open Physio Journal.
  • Chong, D. Y. (2015). Clinical applicability of rTMS in the treatment of unilateral neglect of patients with acute stroke. Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal, 33 (2), 51-52.
  • Chong, D. Y., Glickman, L. B., & Cabanero-Johnson, P. S. (2010). Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy from a physical therapy’s perspective: A case report. Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy, 1(1), 4-13.
  • Chong, D. Y., & McArthur, J. (2021). Assessment for learning in a Confucian-influenced culture: Beyond the summative/formative binary. Teaching in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/13562517.2021.1892057
  • Chong, D. Y., Tam, B., Yau, S. S., & Wong, A. Y. (2020). Learning to prescribe and instruct exercise in physiotherapy education through authentic assessment and rubrics. BMC Medical Education, 20, 258. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12909-020-02163-9
  • Tsang, C. S., Chong, D. Y., & Pang, M. Y. (2019). Cognitive-motor interference in walking after stroke: Test-retest reliability and validity of dual-task walking assessments. Clinical Rehabilitation, 33(6), 1066-1078. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269215519828146
  • Chong, D. Y. (2019). Benefits and challenges with gamified multi-media physiotherapy case studies: A mixed method study. Archives of Physiotherapy, 9, 7. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40945-019-0059-2
  • Schoeb, V. & Chong, D. Y. (2019). Students’ learning preferences and experience in a globalized word: Opportunity to optimize internationalization in physiotherapy education. Open Physio Journal.
  • Chong, D. Y. (2015). Clinical applicability of rTMS in the treatment of unilateral neglect of patients with acute stroke. Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal, 33 (2), 51-52.
  • Chong, D. Y., Glickman, L. B., & Cabanero-Johnson, P. S. (2010). Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy from a physical therapy’s perspective: A case report. Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy, 1(1), 4-13.

Selected Professional & Community Services

  • Editorial board member for the Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal
  • Executive committee member in the Neurology Specialty Group of the Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association
  • Registration committee member of the Physiotherapists Board
  • Advisory board member for the Hong Kong Joint Council of Parents of the Mentally Handicapped
  • Professional advisor for Methodist Centre