Position:

Assistant Professor,
Programme of Social Work and Social Administration
Coordinator, 
Volunteer Services Development Centre, Whole Person Education Office

Office: T2-502-R17
Tel: (756) 3620213
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                                SWSA Dr. Carmel Lee
Academic & Professional Qualifications
  • PhD, University of Hong Kong (2009)
  • M. Soc. Sc. (Social Work) University of Hong Kong (1994)
  • B. Soc. Sc. (Hons.) Major in Social Work, University of Hong Kong (1983)
  • Registered Social Worker (1998-  )
  • Master Practitioner in Neuro-linguistic Programming (2000)
Academic Interests
  • Social Work for Older People
  • Aging Policies
  • Social Policies and Social Planning
  • Social Service Management
Selected Research Project / Grants
  • A Study on the Family and Community Living Conditions of the Senile Dementia Patients in Macau (澳門失智症長者社區及家居生活狀況研究), Hong Kong Baptist University United International College, Commissioned by Caritas Macau (to be completed in October, 2019)
  • A Study on the Life of Homeless in Macau (澳門無家者生活研究), Hong Kong Baptist University United International College, Commissioned by Caritas Macau (to be completed in October, 2019)
Selected Publications
  • Lee K.M. Carmel (2017). The Chinese Welfare State System: With Special Reference to Life Expectancy and Social Policy, Book Chapter in Aspalter (ed.) The Routledge Research Companion on Welfare State Systems. Routledge.
  • 黃匡忠, 吳耀輝, 李迦密 (2018) “A Study on Thirteenth Five Year Plan on Aged Care in Duoman District, Zhuhai City” (珠海市斗門區”十三五”養老規劃研究) (2018) Beijing Normal University – Hong Kong Baptist University United International College, Commissioned by Zhuhai City Duoman District Government (as CoI).
  • 李迦密, 何麗珊, 吳耀輝, 袁小良 (2015)“A Study on Community Aged Care in Zhuhai City” (珠海市社區養老研究報告), Beijing Normal University – Hong Kong Baptist University United International College, Commissioned by Zhuhai City Home Affairs Bureau (as CoI).
Courses Taught
  • Introduction to Social Work 
  • - As Compulsory Course for Social Work Students (2014)
  • - As Free Elective for Non-Social Work Students (2015-2019)
  •   Introduction to Social Welfare
  • - As Compulsory Course for Social Work Students (2015, 2019)
  • - As Free Elective for Non-Social Work Students (2014, 2016)
  • Social Work Skills (2015- 2019)
  • Social Planning and Development (2015- 2018)
  • Field Studies 1 (Preparation for Fieldwork Placement) (2015)
  • Integrative Seminar 1 (2016)
  • Social Work with Older People (2016)
  • Theory and Practice in Social Work (Community) (2017-2019)