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Chinese Name: 鍾明恩

Variants: Chung, L. M. Y., Chung, M. Y. L.

Dr Louisa Chung is currently the Assistant Professor of Department of Health and Physical Education at the Education University of Hong Kong. She is a Registered Nutritionist of Association for Nutrition (UK) with ten years’ experience in weight management and physical fitness projects. Her academic qualifications also extend to the area of information technology, business management, physical fitness, psychology and education. These areas of expertise enrich her research work innovative and applicable to impact the society in multiple aspects. She has around 42 publications in peer-review journals. Her research interest includes eating habits, diet modification, exergames for health, physical fitness and nutrition assessment. She is the first to develop and implement the concept of teledietetics in dietary self-monitoring. Her current Google Scholar h-index is 9 and there is 271 citations for her published work.

Dr. Chung received Knowledge Transfer Prize of Dean’s Research Fund 2018-19 with her KT project “Behavioural feedback in nutrition education” and President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Administrative Services 2018/19 – Team Award.

Dr. Chung is also a specialist (nutrition and health sciences) at the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic & Vocational Qualifications. She is a member of Safe & Healthy School Advisory Committee of Kwai Tsing Safe Community and Healthy City Association and the Vice Chairman of Hong Kong Association of Organic Industry.

 

Research interests

  1. Eating behaviour modification, 
  2. teledietetics, 
  3. nutrition education and knowledge transfer, 
  4. physical fitness assessment in the community, 
  5. glycemic index, 
  6. exergaming for health

Professional information

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Research Outputs 2007 2019

Balance control, agility, eye-hand coordination, and sport performance of amateur badminton players: A cross-sectional study

WONG, T. K. K., MA, W. W. A., LIU, K. P. Y., CHUNG, M. Y., BAE, Y-H., FONG, S. S. M., GANESAN, B. & WANG, H-K., Jan 2019, In : Medicine. 98, 2, e14134.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Racquet Sports
Athletic Performance
Hand
Cross-Sectional Studies
Fingers

A comparison of shoulder muscular performance and lean mass between elite and recreational swimmers: Implications for talent identification and development

CHEUNG, A. T. H., MA, W. W. A., FONG, S. S. M., CHUNG, M. Y., BAE, Y-H., LIU, K. P. Y., KAM, W. K. K. & CHUNG, W. Y. J., Nov 2018, In : Medicine. 97, 47, e13258.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Aptitude
Muscle Strength
Arm
Muscles
Head
2 Citations (Scopus)
Vegetables
Fruit
Solanum melongena
Ipomoea batatas
Cucurbita
1 Citation (Scopus)

Cardiovascular health of construction workers in Hong Kong: A cross-sectional study

CHUNG, W. Y. J., WONG, Y. M. B., YAN, V. C-M., CHUNG, M. Y., SO, C. F. H. & CHAN, A., 12 Jun 2018, In : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 15, 6, 1251.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Hong Kong
Cross-Sectional Studies
Health
Carbonated Beverages
Seafood

Influence of pelvic padding and Kinesiology Taping on pain perception, kinematics, and kinetics of falls in female volleyball athletes

LAM, C. L. Y., FONG, S. S. M., CHUNG, W. Y. J., CHUNG, M. Y., LIU, K. P. Y., BAE, Y-H. & MA, W. W. A., Jul 2018, In : Gait and Posture. 64, p. 25-29

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Volleyball
Pain Perception
Biomechanical Phenomena
Athletes
Pain