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Sustaining and Extending the Impact of UGC-funded SYA Project (PI: Dr Kin Cheung) On-going
Using video-enhanced reflective practice (VERP) to develop professional and social skills in nursing education (PI: Dr Betty Chung & Dr Martin Christensen) On-going
Students-led Virtual Mental Health Educational Talk: A pilot learning and assessment activity using virtual tutorials and reality-based learning (Mr Bryan Ho) On-going
Clinical Reasoning in Action Enhancement (Mr Timothy Lai)  On-going
Peer-led OER Teaching and Learning in Diabetic Care (Dr Katherine Chang & Dr Kitty Chan)  On-going
 
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Exploring the effectiveness of adaptive self-regulation in e-learning among Chinese nursing students (PI: Dr E. Angela Chan) On-going
Professional Certificate Program in 'Interprofessional Stroke Care' (PI: Dr John Yuen) On-going
Large Equipment Fund for Teaching: Virtual Hospital (PI: Dr Kitty Chan) On-going
The development and implementation of virtual tutorial supported by a peer learning model for master nursing students engaged in the subject ‘Concepts of Advanced Nursing Practice’ (PI: Dr Arkers Wong) On-going
Virtual reality (VR)-assisted experiential learning: to see, feel, and create an age-friendly society (PI: Dr Justina Liu) On-going
Learning to learn reflectively: Using individual serial concept maps to enhance reflective thinking, reduce the theory-practice gap and improve learning self-efficacy, academic-related stress and academic achievement in mental health nursing students (PI: Dr Daniel Bressington) On-going
 
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Overseas Scholarship Scheme (Teaching Development): Inter-professional Clinical Education (PI: Ms Ivy Wong & Mr Timothy Lai) On-going
Large Equipment Fund for Teaching: High Fidelity Patient Simulators in Simulated Wards (PI: Dr E. Angela Chan) On-going
Enhance Nursing Students' Learning Experience through the Interactive Pedagogies and Digitised Enquiry-based Learning (PI: Dr Patrick Kor) Completed
 
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Developing MOOC course on Exploring Contemporary Health Care Issues from Diverse Perspectives (PI: Dr Kitty Chan) On-going
Managing frailty in daily living through collaborative approach (PI: Dr Rick Kwan) On-going
 
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Develop an innovative learning module for interprofessional simulated clinical learning (PI: Ms Ivy Wong)

[Abstract]

Effective communication among healthcare professionals in the care of patients is fundamental for quality care and patient safety. Interprofessional education (IPE) not only fosters respect among the health professionals, but also eliminates harmful stereotypes, and induces a patient-centered ethic in practice. Interprofessional simulation learning experiences are increasingly more common with a focus on enhancing communication and collaboration. The learning modules of interprofessional education will be developed based on the pilot result on 2016. Colleagues and students from the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, the Department of Applied Social Sciences and the University of Hong Kong were invited to participate in this project. The details are as follow:

  1. Theoretical input with 3-hour lecture (online materials) will be uploaded on Blackboard.
  2. Two Laboratory practice with debriefing for 4 case scenarios by using simulated healthcare setting will be conducted on December 2018.

[Deliverables]

  • Wong, Y.P. (2019, March 15) Develop an innovative learning module for interprofessional simulated clinical learning. Poster presented at International Conference on Innovation in Nursing Education and Patient Care, Hong Kong.
  • Wong, Y.P. (2019, April 16) Develop an innovative learning module for interprofessional simulated clinical learning. Seminar presented at School of Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.

[Impact Highlights]

If the learning module of IPE is developed, the concept of the IPE will become an essentail part in our cross-disciplinary simulated clinical learning, it will then be launched as an integrative clinical subject for FHSS students with clinical placement in the real clinical setting as the next phase.

Completed
The development and implementation of a virtual patient based, interactive computerized decision support platform for practising clinical reasoning and decision making skills (PI: Dr YW Mak) Completed

Developing marking rubrics via a student-centred approach and the involvement of academic staff (PI: Dr Zenobia Chan)

[Abstract]

This proposed project will develop a marking rubric that is in keeping with international trends, involve students and academic staff in the process, and ensure the maintenance of the academic standards of the University. The aims are aligned with the strategic plans of the University and School:

  1. As mentioned in the University’s strategic plan (2012/13-2017/18) in 2012, the University is committed to ensuring that “each programme curriculum is fit for the purpose, relevant, and academically validated to international standards” and to “actively elicit[ing] student feedback in the monitoring and planning of programme content”.
  2. The School of Nursing aspires to provide quality teaching programmes to achieve learning and teaching excellence through quality assurance processes. In accordance with the goal of improving the student experience in the SN, a student-centred approach was adopted to provide quality education and meet the needs of students from different backgrounds.
Completed

Enriching Senior Year Places Students’ Learning Experience through Curricular and Co-curricular Activities in Hong Kong’s Universities (PI: Dr Kin Cheung)

[Abstract]

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Internationalising the Student Learning Experience: Overseas visit programmes to San Jose State University, USA for BSN & BSMHN students (PI: Dr Sau Fong Leung)

[Abstract]

Internationalisation has become increasingly important in nursing curriculum with the growing need for nurses to be internationally oriented and culturally competent healthcare professionals in workplaces around the world. With the funding support from a Teaching and Learning Grant, a 4-week programme was designed for 4 baccalaureate nursing students consisting of exchange activities with in-bound US students (n=14) from San José State University and an overseas visit to US universities and mental health settings. Post-trip reflection and consolidation show that the programme has enhanced students’ cross-cultural and professional learning, their appreciation of different nursing practices in United States and their understanding of the American mental health care system. The programme has laid the foundation for a continuous collaboration with San José State University in terms of student exchange and teaching.

[Deliverables]

  • Leung, S. F. (2017, September 15). Internationalisation of student learning experience. Seminar presented at School of Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.
  • Leung, S. F., Fong, C. P., Kam, K.L., Lai, C. Y. & Yim, P.Y. "Learning module: Mental health service in US (part I, II, III & IV)". School of Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.
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  • Fong, C.P., Kam, K.L., Lai, C.Y. & Yim, P. Y. (2018, Feb). San José State University, California of US. Poster presented at the School of Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.
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[Impact Highlights]

The project has positive impact on students' approach of learning, personal growth and professional competence. Four students completed the overseas visit to US have achieved the intended objectives in understanding global nursing, participation in cross-cultural and professional learning, appreciation of different nursing practices in United States and development of cultural competence of care. Moreover, an online learning module was created from the learning resources collected and produced in the overseas visit, and it was incorporated into a mental health subject SN2704 which was well received by a majority of 111 students in semester 1 of 2017-2018 academic year. The online learning module has enriched students' learning experience from local to global mental health context and enhanced their cross-cultural and professional competence. The project has created a potential to enhance the internationalization of a mental health subject in the nursing curriculum and more collaboration with overseas institutions in student exchange and teaching.

Completed
Internationalising the Student Learning Experience: Overseas visit programmes to Coventry University, UK for BSN & BSMHN students (PI: Dr YW Mak) Completed

Large Equipment Fund for Teaching: CAE Healthcare HPS-010 Human Patient Simulator

[Abstract]

The Large equipment fund attained for this project was for the purchase of the CAE Healthcare HPS 465 Human Patient Simulator (HPS) to replace the old model that has been used for over 10 years. Additional funding was received from the school of Nursing to renovate the laboratory with the new equipment installed. The laboratory was under renovation from May and over the summer and has recently been reopened in 2017-2018 academic year. This intensive care patient simulator care model is the only physiological based with pre-configured simulated clinical experiences to be used by students at the School of Nursing.

[Deliverables]

Twenty clinical track staff and lecturers of nursing subjects from the school attended the training on the use of this simulator. Faculty member from Rehabilitation Sciences were also invited to join the training sessions. Both local and overseas training were completed in this year and the HPS was in full operation during the semester. All undergraduate students have the opportunity to use the HPS as part of their simulated clinical experiences. Inter-professional education was piloted with great success and received a Teaching and Learning Grant for the development of a new teaching module for students of allied health and nursing professions.

[Impact Highlights]

The simulated clinical experiences have enriched the students’ learning and were considered as one of the major learning and teaching strategies in the preparation of professional nurses. Students’ learning experiences are continued being facilitated with the adoption of the new HPS and case simulation.

Completed
Large Equipment Fund for Teaching: Stereoscopic Anatomy Visualizer (PI: Dr John Yuen) On-going

eLearning and Blended Learning Development Project: An online mode of Pain & Symptoms Management (SN5112) leading to internationalised and interdisciplinary learning (PI: Dr Mimi Tse)

[Abstract]

10 video clips were developed to demonstrate multidisciplinary efforts in managing pain, these online video clips were well-received by students in HK and in US;

[Deliverables]

Conference presentaion, Tse, M. Y. M., Cheing, G. L. Y., Cheung, C., & Wu, W. Y. (2017). An online mode of pain and symptoms management leading to internationalized and interdisciplinary learning. In eLearning forum Asia 2017, organized by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. 15th June 2017. Hong Kong. China.

Completed

Learning and Teaching Development Funding: Examining students' experience of intercultural learning through an inclusion of online pre-exchange preparation prior to their engagement in international summer programme or overseas/mainland clinical exchange (PI: Dr E. Angela Chan)

[Deliverables]

  • Chan E.A., Liu J., Fung KM., Tsang PL & Yuen J. (2018). Pre-departure and Co-curricular Activities for Students' Intercultural Exchange: A mixed methods Study. Nurse Education Today, 63, 43-49. DOI: 10.1016/j.nedt.2018.01.020
  • Invited poster presentation on this project by Education Development Centre HK Poly U for Excellent Teachers on Teaching Excellence 2017 symposium Dec 11, 2017.

[Impact Highlights]

Findings have been incorporated into the international exchange web-site, materials were used to train the student ambassors for exchange programme and the subsequent format of the running of the regular annual international summer programmes.

Completed
 
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Overseas Scholarship Scheme (Teaching Development) Implementation Fund: Learning and sharing in mental health nursing education and research (PI: Prof. Wai Tong Chien)

[Deliverables]

Bressington, D.T., Wong, W.-K., Lam, K.K.C., & Chien, W.T. (2018). Concept mapping to promote meaningful learning, help relate theory to practice and improve learning self-efficacy in Asian mental health nursing students: A mixed-methods pilot study. Nurse Education Today, 60, 47-55. DOI: 10.1016/j.nedt.2017.09.019

Completed

e-Student Academic Advising Booklet (PI: Dr Zenobia Chan)

[Abstract]

A booklet of student experiences will be published to collect all student experiences in School of Nursing (SN), PolyU. Students from all programmes and all levels in SN are invited to submit their experiences in the format of stories, photos, drawings, poems or others. Selected inputs will be edited and published in a booklet that will be distributed to local secondary schools and international collaborating partners, as well as showcased in PolyU.

[Deliverables]

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[Impact Highlights]

This booklet has been used for staff and students to learn more about our School advising scheme

Completed

Interprofessional team-based learning for health professional students (HKU-PolyU collaborative project: Prof. Frances Wong)

On-going
 
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A flipped classroom of Human Anatomy (HSS2011) leading to the development of Massive Open Online Course (PI: Dr John Yuen)

[Abstract]

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On-going
School of Nursing Student Ambassador (SNSA) Scheme 2014 (PI: Dr Mak YW)  Completed

Video production on Student Academic Advising (PI: Dr Zenobia Chan)

[Abstract]

In this Student Academic Advising Video, a team of energetic and creative students videotaped their stories to share how our Student Academic Advisors assisted them in adjusting to the university life.

[Deliverables]

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[Impact Highlights]

This video has been introduced to freshmen during orientation or their first year in PolyU.

Completed

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