Stephen H S Wong

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This study aimed to examine the reliability and validity of the modified Children's Leisure Activities Study Survey (CLASS) Chinese-version questionnaire in assessing physical activity among Hong Kong Chinese Children. Test-retest reliability was examined in 84 boys and 136 girls aged 9-12 years by comparing data from two administrations of the survey(More)
BACKGROUND Insufficient participation in physical activity and excessive screen time have been observed among Chinese children. The role of social and environmental factors in shaping physical activity and sedentary behaviors among Chinese children is under-investigated. The purpose of the present study was to assess the reliability and validity of a(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the effect of the adapted virtual reality cognitive training program in older adults with chronic schizophrenia. METHODS Older adults with chronic schizophrenia were recruited from a long-stay care setting and were randomly assigned into intervention (n = 12) and control group (n = 15). The intervention group received 10-session of VR(More)
BACKGROUND Physical activity and sedentary behaviour are important contributors to adolescents' health. These behaviours may be affected by the school and neighbourhood built environments. However, current evidence on such effects is mainly limited to Western countries. The International Physical Activity and the Environment Network (IPEN)-Adolescent study(More)
Title: Reliability of self-report measures of correlates of obesity-related behaviours in Hong Kong adolescents for the iHealt(H) and IPEN Adolescent studies Authors: Ester Cerin (ecerin@hku.hk; Ester.Cerin@acu.edu.au) Cindy Sit (sithp@cuhk.edu.hk) Anthony Barnett (Anthony.Barnett@acu.edu.au) Wendy Huang (wendyhuang@hkbu.edu.hk) Gemma Gao(More)
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Peer support workers are an emerging workforce within the mental health system in Hong Kong. The purposes of this paper were to describe the development of a peer support training programme and to evaluate its outcome from the perspectives of both trainees and the users of services that they provided. METHOD The curriculum consisted of(More)
This study explored the changing views of key stakeholders (peer support workers, their co-workers, and service users) about peer support services in a non-Western community, using a longitudinal qualitative approach. Five trainee peer support workers (PSWs), 15 service users, and 14 co-workers were interviewed over a 12-month period, under the auspices of(More)
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