Amy Y. M. Chow
Amy Y. M. Chow
Professor of Department of Social Work and Social Administration, The University of Hong Kong
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The experience of Chinese bereaved persons: A preliminary study of meaning making and continuing bonds
CLW Chan, AYM Chow, SMY Ho, YKY Tsui, AF Tin, BWK Koo, EWK Koo
Death Studies 29 (10), 923-947, 2005
East meets West: applying Eastern spirituality in clinical practice
CLW Chan, SM Ng, RTH Ho, AYM Chow
Journal of Clinical Nursing 15 (7), 822-832, 2006
Death, dying and bereavement: A Hong Kong Chinese experience
CLW Chan, AYM Chow
Hong Kong University Press, 2006
Continuing bonds in bereavement: New directions for research and practice
D Klass, EM Steffen
Routledge, 2017
Guilt in bereavement: A review and conceptual framework
J Li, M Stroebe, CLW Chan, AYM Chow
Death Studies 38 (3), 165-171, 2014
The effects of life review interventions on spiritual well-being, psychological distress, and quality of life in patients with terminal or advanced cancer: a systematic review …
CW Wang, AYM Chow, CLW Chan
Palliative Medicine 31 (10), 883-894, 2017
Promoting reflexivity among social work students: The development and evaluation of a programme
AYM Chow, DOB Lam, GSM Leung, DFK Wong, BFP Chan
Social Work Education 30 (02), 141-156, 2011
Culture and ethnicity in experiencing, policing, and handling grief
D Klass, AYM Chow
Grief and bereavement in contemporary society: Bridging research and practice, 2011
The assessment of grief among Hong Kong Chinese: A preliminary report
SMY Ho, AYM Chow, CLW Chan, YKY Tsui
Death Studies 26 (2), 91-98, 2002
Social sharing of bereavement experience by Chinese bereaved persons in Hong Kong
AYM Chow, CLW Chan, SMY Ho
Death Studies 31 (7), 601-618, 2007
Turning curses into blessings: an Eastern approach to psychosocial oncology
CLW Chan, RTH Ho, WF Mphil, AYM Chow
Journal of psychosocial oncology 24 (4), 15-32, 2006
Survey on death and dying in Hong Kong: Attitudes, beliefs, and preferred end-of-life care
LA Mjelde-Mossey, CLW Chan
Social work in health care 45 (1), 49-65, 2007
Gender differences in mental health literacy among Chinese-speaking Australians in Melbourne, Australia
DFK Wong, AYK Lam, A Poon, AYM Chow
International Journal of Social Psychiatry 58 (2), 178-185, 2012
Social workers’ involvement in advance care planning: a systematic narrative review
CW Wang, CLW Chan, AYM Chow
BMC palliative care 17 (1), 5, 2018
The role of hope in bereavement for Chinese people in Hong Kong
AYM Chow
Death Studies 34 (4), 330-350, 2010
Developing emotional competence of social workers of end-of-life and bereavement care
AYM Chow
British Journal of Social Work 43 (2), 373-393, 2013
Prevalence and risk factors of complicated grief among Sichuan earthquake survivors
J Li, AYM Chow, Z Shi, CLW Chan
Journal of Affective Disorders 175, 218-223, 2015
Death preparation and anxiety: A survey in Hong Kong
THY Chan, FMY Chan, AF Tin, AYM Chow, CLW Chan
OMEGA-Journal of Death and Dying 54 (1), 67-78, 2007
Qualitative study of Chinese widows in Hong Kong: insights for psycho-social care in hospice settings
AYM Chow, CLW Chan, SMY Ho, DMW Tse, MHP Suen, KFK Yuen
Palliative medicine 20 (5), 513-520, 2006
Traumatic exposure and psychological well-being: The moderating role of cognitive flexibility
F Fu, A Chow
Journal of Loss and Trauma 22 (1), 24-35, 2017
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