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Editorial Board (The Hong Kong Practitioner)

Chief Editor: Dr. David V K Chao (Chairman)
Deputy Editors: Dr. Frederick C T Lee Dr. Maria Leung
  Dr. Ng Kwok Keung Dr. Kathy Tsim
Board Members:
Dr. Chan Nai Yin, Nelson Dr. Stephen Chen
  Dr. Judy Cheng Dr. Cheung Man Kuen
  Dr. Billy C F Chiu Dr. Rudolph Chow
  Dr. Antonio Chuh Dr. Xijuan Fu
  Dr. Lam Man Dr. Lam Tai Kwan
  Prof. Lam Tai Pong Dr. Lam Wing Wo
  Dr. Lam Yuen Dr. Lau Ho Lim
  Dr. Lee See Mei Dr. Liang Jun
  Dr. Yvonne Lo Dr. Charles Ng
  Dr. Raymond Pau Dr. Adrian Tang
  Dr. Keith Tse Dr. Wendy Tsui
  Dr. Carmen Wong Dr. Wong Ka Wah
  Prof. Martin Wong
Business Manager: Dr. Mary B L Kwong
Advisors: Prof. Rodger Charlton Prof. Helen Chiu
Prof. Cindy Lam Prof. Leung Ping Chung
Prof. Martin Li Prof. Mak Kit Yan
Prof. Wilfred Peh Prof. Grace Tang
Prof. Charles Andrew Van Hasselt Prof. Jean Woo
Prof. Samuel Wong Prof. Wong Tze Wai

Prof. Rosie Young
Statistical Consultant: Dr. William Goggins
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The Hong Kong Practitioner is published quarterly by The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians.

The Journal is indexed in EMBASE/Excerpta Medica as `HK Pract'. It has a circulation of 4000, distributed to all members and some non-members of the College, academic institutions as well as private subscribers in Hong Kong and overseas.

The aim of the journal is to promote the development of quality family medicine/general practice in Hong Kong and the region, by publishing editorials, original articles, update reviews, letters to the editor, news of future meetings, and self-assessment materials.


When Sister M. Aquinas wrote the very first academic article - entitled ‘Tuberculosis' - for The Hong Kong Practitioner back in April 1978, it had to be published in the form of stencilled sheets . "The Journal" has come a long way since then and it was subsequently developed into a booklet format in June 1979.

The clinical contents have evolved around the main themes of providing a platform for educational updates, a forum for discussion of policy as well as clinical issues, and a medium for sharing clinically important rarities. These take the shape of original articles, review and update articles, discussion papers, case reports, and clinical therapeutic guidelines, as well as clinical quizzes and conference information.

The Journal has provided fertile ground for the exchange of clinical expertise among clinicians in public, private, academic, hospital and community practice, and international authors frequently make submissions to the Journal to share expertise and ideas relevant to local clinical practice.