Dr. Linda MOK Wai-kit 莫惠潔博士

 
Associate Head and Senior Lecturer
Academic and Professional Qualifications
  • Ph.D. University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Master of Philosophy, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Master of Social Work, York University of Toronto, Canada
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Work, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Diploma in Social Work, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Certified NLP Practitioner
  • Advanced Training for Practice Teachers, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. School of Professional Education and Executive Development
  • Basic Training for Practice Teachers, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. School of Professional Education and Executive Development
  • Registered Social Worker, Social Workers Registration Board
Areas of Interest
  • Elderly and Intergenerational Services, Immigrants Services, International Social Work, Multi-cultural Services, Social Work Education
Courses Taught
  • SW 351-2 Integrative Practice Seminar I & II
Publications
  1. Mok, W.K. (2016). Book Review: Shehui Gongzuo Shixi: Xuesheng Ziwo Xuexi Zhinan [Social Work Practice: Self-learning Guide for Students]. China Journal of Social Work. 9:1, 89 – 91.
  2. Mok, W.K. (2013). Becoming Competent International Social Workers: Learning Journeys of International Social Work Field Placement from Hong Kong Students. GSE Journal of Education, 1, 160 – 173.
  3. Chui, Raymond C. F., Tabitha Y. L. Ng, Sandra O. N. Cheung and Linda W. K. Mok. (2009). Parenting practice: a case study of the women in Tin Shui Wai District, Hong Kong. In Hong Kong Journal of Social Sciences, 36: 65-89.
  4. Chui, C. F. Ng, Y.L., Cheung, O.N. and Mok, W.K. (2009). A Study of the Parenting Practice of Women in Tin Shui Wai District. Hong Kong: Department of Social Work, Hong Kong Shue Yan University. (ISBN: 978-962-8719-72-3)
  5. 莫惠潔 (2002). 新移民老人處境 : 社會工作處理模式. 當今澳港兩地社會議題論文集–Contemporary Social Issues of Macao and Hong Kong, Macao Polytechnic Institute School of Public Administration–Social Work Program.
Conferences Attended and Papers Delivered
  1. International Conference on Change and Innovation for a Better World: The Future of Social Work Profession, Hong Kong, June 2019 - Developing a Three-tier Social Work Competence Framework through international social work field placements (Oral Presentation)
  2. International Conference of Discovery Innovation in Social Work Practicum Education, Hong Kong, May 2015 - a. The Impact of Learning from International Social Work Field Placements (ISWFP): Network to the Global & Practice in the Local (Oral Presentation) b. Culturally Diversified Model of Supervision: Teaching & Learning with International Social Work Field Placements (ISWFP) (Oral Presentation)
  3. Conference on Diversity 2013, Australia, June 2013 - International Social Work Field Placements of Hong Kong: Practice in a Diversified Cultural Context Makes a Different (Online Presentation)
  4. Global Summit on Education in 2013: Emerging Trends for Sustainability in Global Education, Opportunities and Challenges, Malaysia, March 2013 - Becoming Competent International Social Workers: Learning Journeys of International Social Work Field Placement from Hong Kong Students (Oral Presentation)
  5. The 8th World Congress on Long Term Care in Chinese Communities and Asian Ageing Development, Hong Kong, November 2011 - Handling the Challenging Behaviors of Elderly People with Dementia in Hong Kong: Exploration of a Holistic Care Approach (Oral Presentation)
  6. 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development, Hong Kong, June 2010 - The Value of a Holistic Care Approach to Creating Quality of Care for Elderly People with Dementia in Long Term Care Institutions in Hong Kong (Oral Presentation)
  7. 24th Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International, Singapore, March 2009 - Handling Disturbed Behaviors in Older People with Dementia in Hong Kong: A Holistic Approach (Oral Presentation)
Research Grants
  1. Co-PI: Lee Kum Kee Family Foundation, $920,413 - An Evidence-based Study: Child-focused In-law Relationship Enhancement in Multi-generational Families. 2019-2022
  2. Co-I: Macao Social Welfare Department, MOP129,200 - A Research Study on Social Workers in Macao: Staff Burnout and Organizations Supervisions. 2019-2020
Others
Journal Reviewer
  1. The Hong Kong Journal of Social Work
  2. Asia Pacific Journal of Educators and Education