Samson Tse

Samson Tse

Samson Tse is associate dean (undergraduate education) in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Professor of Mental Health in the Department of Social Work and Social Administration at the University of Hong Kong.

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Opinion | To soften the mental health impact of coronavirus, Hong Kong must take better care of the vulnerable

Regular mental health care services in Hong Kong have been disrupted by both the protests and Covid-19. The city must review how these vital services are delivered, and pay attention to the needs of the most vulnerable groups.

10 May 2020 - 9:30AM

Regular mental health care services in Hong Kong have been disrupted by both the protests and Covid-19. The city must review how these vital services are delivered, and pay attention to the needs of the most vulnerable groups.

To soften the mental health impact of coronavirus, Hong Kong must take better care of the vulnerable
Hong Kong’s mental health policy must focus on meaningful lives without stigma

Hong Kong’s policymakers should focus on strengths-based and family-based recovery, as well as community support, so that recovered patients have access to meaningful work and social lives.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Hong Kong’s policymakers should focus on strengths-based and family-based recovery, as well as community support, so that recovered patients have access to meaningful work and social lives.

Hong Kong’s mental health policy must focus on meaningful lives without stigma
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