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Teaching Faculty

Veronica Suk Fun LAM
Veronica Suk Fun LAM

BAppSc(Nursing), MHA, MN, DNurs, RM, RN, APN(Education and Research in Nursing), ASPiH Accredited Educator, FHKAN(Education & Research - Education)

Principal Lecturer
Chair, Teaching & Learning Committee (Undergraduate Education)
Director, Bachelor of Nursing (FT) Programme and Advanced Leadership Track

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  • Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing
  • Obstetical Nursing
  • Pediatric Nursing
  • Simulation teaching
  • Neonatal and Paediatric Nursing
  • Problem-based learning
  • Fellow, HK College of Education and Research in Nursing, The Hong Kong Academy of Nursing
  • Member of the Nethersole Institute of Continuing Holistic Health Education Steering Committee
  • Member, Hong Kong Society for Simulation in Healthcare
  • Co-op member, Accreditation Committee, Hong Kong Nursing Council
  • External Advisor of the HD Programme for Enrolled Nurse in St Teresa Hospital
  • External Examiner of the HD Programme for the Registered Nurses for Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Caritas Medical Center & Tuen Mum Hospital
  • External Advisor of the Associate in Health Studies programme in HKCC
  • Lam S.F. and Lin C., Application strategy of simulation-teaching in nursing, Chinese Journal of Nursing Education. China, 中华护理教育, 2018, 15: 593-596
  • Chan, LK., Ganotice, FA, Wong, FKY., Lau, LCS., Bridges, S., Chan, CHY., Chan, NK., Chan, P., Chen, JY., Kwok, JPC., Chen, HY., Ho, C., Ho, J., Lam, TP., Lam, VSF., Li, Q., Shen, JG., Tanner, JA., Tso, WWY., Wong, A., Wong, G., Wong, J., Wong, NS., Worsley, A., Yu, L.K., Yum, T.P. Implementation of an interprofessional team-based learning program involving seven undergraduate health and social care programs from two universities, and students’ evaluation of their readiness for interprofessional learning. BMC Medical Education. 12 (1), 221.  DOI:
Funding Scheme Project Title Approved Amount (HK$)
Teaching Development Grants, HKU The use of technology innovation ‘simulation ward’ teaching model to promote undergraduate nursing students’ clinical performance competence 242,199