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擁有一個高質素的研究團隊在研究及課程發展的中心, 亞太老年學研究中心不斷貢獻及推廣有關老齡化的課程及服務, 而其成績在學術界、社區及有關權威方面有目共睹。


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  1. Kan, W.S. & Chui, E.W.T. (2021). Vouchers and consumer-directed care: Implications for community care services in Hong Kong. British Journal of Social Work, 51, 96-113.

  2. Kan, W.S. & Lejano, R.P. (2021). How land use, climate change, and an ageing demographic intersect to create new vulnerabilities in Hong Kong. Land. doi: 10.3390/land10040391.

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  5. Lejano, R.P. & Kan, W.S. (2015). Seeing urban regeneration through an institutional lens: Toward a new contextualism. International Journal of Urban Sciences, 19(3), 257-268.