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Dr. Raymond Chung
Scientific Officer
BSc, MPhil, PhD (CUHK); GradStat (The Royal Statistical Society UK)
Contact: (852) 2766 4891
Room: QT505
Email: Raymond.CK.Chung@polyu.edu.hk
Research Interests:
Meta-analysis and systematic review
Biostatistics and clinical trials
Cost-effectiveness analysis of treatment programs
Statistical consultation on public health issues
Multidisciplinary research
Dr. Chung received his PhD degree in Medical Sciences from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He also earned his BSc and MPhil degree in Statistics at the same university. Prior to joining The Hong Kong Polytechnic University(HKPU), he was an Instructor in the Division of Social Science at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology(HKUST) teaching courses related to quantitative analysis. He also had several years of experience working as a researcher in the Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive care at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK).

He is currently teaching postgraduate courses related to statistics, quantitative analysis and research methods in Rehabilitation Sciences. Also, he acts as a statistical consultant to academic staff/research students' research projects and has close collaboration with academic staff on research grant applications and publications. Currently, he is also appointed as the Board member of the editorial board for both the Hong Kong Physiotherapist Journal (HKPJ) and Hong Kong Journal of Occupational Therapist (HKJOT).
Recent Publications:
Tsang CS, Liao LR, Chung RC*, Pang MY (2013). Psychometric Properties of the Mini-Balance Evaluation Systems Test (Mini-BESTest) in Community-Dwelling Individuals With Chronic Stroke. Phys Ther (in press).
Pang MY, Charlesworth SA, Lau RW, Chung RC* (2013). Using aerobic exercise to improve health outcomes and quality of life in stroke: evidence-based exercise prescription recommendations. Cerebrovasc Dis,35(1):7-22.
Lin JH, Shen T, Chung RC*, Chiu TT (2013). The effectiveness of Long's manipulation on patients with chronic mechanical neck pain: A randomized controlled trial. Manual Therapy. 2013 Jan 23.
Fong KN, Yang NY, Chan MK, Chan DY, Lau AF, Chan DY, Cheung JT, Cheung HK, Chung RC*, Chan CC (2013). Combined effects of sensory cueing and limb activation on unilateral neglect in subacute left hemiplegic stroke patients: a randomized controlled pilot study. Clin Rehabil. 2013 Feb 12.
Yau DT, Chung RC*, Pang MY (2013). Knee Muscle Strength and Visual Acuity are the Most Important Modifiable Predictors of Falls in Patients after Hip Fracture Surgery: A Prospective Study. Calcif Tissue Int;92(3):287-95.