Stephen Wai Hang KWOK graduated from the School of Nursing of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) in 2011. He became a registered nurse and had worked as a case in-charge nurse and night shift ward in-charge nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Queen Mary Hospital for 5 years. Meanwhile, he finished a 3-year part-time Master of Science in Nursing with Distinction in 2016 in Hong Kong and received placement training in Denmark and Florida. He is currently a PhD student at PolyU and a mentor for research students. He finished research studies upon graduation from Bachelor and Master degree respectively, and made presentations in Macau, Zhengzhou and Hong Kong in China respectively. He has written a journal article reporting the association between smart device use and perceived health outcomes among adolescents. He has been participating in the data analysis for projects of WHO Collaborating Centre for Community Health Services at PolyU. He was a member of the Pi Iota Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, IT committee member of the Hong Kong Paediatric Nurses Association, and currently the council member and Financial Secretary of the Hong Kong School Nurses Association. He has also been Reviewer and Editorial Board Member for several Journals focusing on community medicine, public health, psychiatry, mental health, pulmonology and clinical research.
Stephen Wai Hang KWOK is interested in paediatric nursing, intensive care nursing, school nursing, child and adolescent mental health, child and adolescent behavior change, technology use and health. He is interested in quantitative studies such as randomised controlled trial, quasi-experimental design, longitudinal studies, multinational and cross cultural survey, and psychological instrument development. He is keen on integrating knowledge from different fields and domains to create new products.