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Speaking at Day 2 

Cities and Health - Creating Healthy Neighborhoods

Albert Lee
Director of Centre for Health Education and Health Promotion, CUHK

Practising clinician, educational innovator and research leader in Family Medicine, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in Asia. Dr. Lee has particular focus on promotion of child and adolescent health through school settings linking to community and primary health care.  He has contributed models of care for school health, applicable internationally.”  This was citation for election as member of National Academy of Medicine (NAM) USA in 2012 and the first elected from Hong Kong.  He has served NAM Forum on ‘Investing in Children globally’ (iYCG) and co-chair HK iYCG workshop in 2015. He is Vice President of UNESCO-HK. He has served as WHO Advisor/Consultant since 2003.

Albert obtained Medical Degree from University of London, higher doctorate degree in Medicine (MD) from CUHK, and higher professional qualifications in Family Medicine and Public Health. He also obtained Law Degree from University of London and Master of Law with distinction (Arbitration and DR) from City University of Hong Kong, and Fellow of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is Professor (Clinical) in Public Health and Primary Care and the Founding Director of Centre for Health Education and Health Promotion. He is Fellow and Associate Dean of General Education of CUHK Wu Yee Sun College.

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