Dr Chi-Wai Lui

Lecturer

School of Public Health
Faculty of Medicine
c.lui@sph.uq.edu.au
+61 7 334 64686

Overview

Dr Chi-Wai Lui is a lecturer in the Social Sciences & Health Systems Group at the School of Population Health. Chi-Wai is a sociologist by training with teaching and research experience in Australia and Hong Kong. He had worked at the Department of Sociology, Australasian Centre on Ageing and the City University of Hong Kong before joining the School of Population Health in 2009. His current research interests include social determinants of health, gerontology, use of complementary and alternative medicine, social network analysis, qualitative research methodology, social media and internet in health care.

Qualifications

  • PhD, The University of Queensland
  • Master of Arts, University of Leicester
  • Master of Arts, The University of Lancaster
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of London

Publications

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Supervision

  • Doctor Philosophy

  • Doctor Philosophy

  • Doctor Philosophy

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Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Adams, Jon, Hollenberg, Daniel, Broom, Alex, Steel, Amie, Sibbritt, David and Lui, Chi-Wai (2013). Integration in primary health care: a focus upon practice and education and the importance of a critical social science perspective. In Jon Adams, Parker Magin and Alex Broom (Ed.), Primary health care and complementary and integrative medicine: practice and research (pp. 203-227) London, United Kingdom: Imperial College Press. doi:10.1142/9781848169784_0011

  • Andrews, Gavin J., Segrott, Jeremy, Lui, Chi Wai and Adams, Jon (2012). The geography of complementary and alternative medicine. In Jon Adams, Gavin Andrews, Joanne Barnes, Alex Broom and Parker Magin (Ed.), Traditional complementary and integrative medicine: an international reader (pp. 231-236) London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Andrews, Gavin J., Adams, Jon, Segrott, Jeremy and Lui, Chi Wai (2012). The profile of complementary and alternative medicine users and reasons for complementary and alternative medicine use. In Jon Adams, Gavin Andrews, Joanne Barnes, Alex Broom and Parker Magin (Ed.), Traditional complementary and integrative medicine: an international reader (pp. 11-17) London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Adams, Jon, Lui, Chi Wai, Sibbritt, David, Broom, Alex, Wardle, Jon, Homer, Caroline, Steel, Amie and Beck, Shoshannah (2012). Women`s use of complementary and alternative medicine during pregnancy: a critical review of the literature. In Jon Adams, Gavin Andrews, Joanne Barnes, Alex Broom and Parker Magin (Ed.), Traditional, complementary and integrative medicine: an international reader (pp. 35-43) London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Lui, Chi-Wai (2010). Age. In Michael A. Hogg, Ronald C. Arnett, Jacqueline Imani Bryant, James Haywood Rolling Jr., Corey D. B. Walker, Mark Western, Danielle L. Blaylock, Stephen Hocker, Amanda G. McKendree, Celeste Grayson Seymour and Algernon Williams (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Identity Ronald L. Jackson, II ed. (pp. 15-17) Thousand Oaks, CA, U.S.A.: Sage Publications.

  • Bartlett, H. and Lui, Chi-Wai (2009). Growing old in a global city: the challenge of urbanization for active ageing in Hong Kong. In Jason L. Powell and Ian G. Cook (Ed.), Ageing in Asia (pp. 41-66) New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers.

  • Bartlett, H., Warburton, J. and Lui, C. W. (2008). Promoting social inclusion of older people: challenges for policy on ageing in Australia. In T. Anme and M. McCall (Ed.), Culture, Care and Community Empowerment: International Applications of Theory and Methods (pp. 79-91) Tokyo, Japan: Kawashima Shoten Publishing.

  • Lui, Chi-wai (2006). Transnational Chinese migration: An Australian profile. In David Ip, Raymond Hibbins and Wing Hong Chui (Ed.), Experience of transnational Chinese migrants in the Asia-Pacific (pp. 17-39) New York, United States: Nova Science Publishers.

  • Lui, C. W. (2005). Social development. In Ho Keung-Sing, Qiangxing He and Zhiwei Lü (Ed.), Investigating sociology: Theories and local studies in Hong Kong (pp. 205-224) Hong Kong: Sapience Book Company.

  • Lui, C-W. and Ho, K-S. (2005). Sociological imagination and consciousness. In Keung-Sing, Ho (Ed.), Revisiting Sociology (pp. 1-17) Hong Kong: McGraw Hill.

  • Lui, C.W. (2005). Tourism. In Keung-Sing, Ho (Ed.), Revisiting Sociology (pp. 139-168) Hong Kong: McGraw Hill.

  • Lui, Chi Wai (2003). On the lightness and heaviness of critique. In Sun-Pong, Yeung and Dun, Lin (Ed.), Reading Habermas: The theory of communicative action (pp. 262-279) Shanghai: Shanghai People's Publishing House.

  • Lui, C. W. (2002). Modernity, social control and youth problem: Hong Kong 1945-1979. In Reading Hong Kong Popular Cultures 1970 - 2000 Revised ed. (pp. 417-442) Hong Kong: Oxford University Press.

  • Lui, C. (1999). The globalizing of social life. In Keung Sing Ho (Ed.), Investigating Sociology: Theories and Local Studies in Hong Kong (pp. 282-309) Hong Kong: Sapience Book Company.

Journal Article

Conference Publication

  • Lui, C. W., Donald, M. and Boyle, F. (2012). Quality of life and self-management in older adults with diabetes. In: Abstracts of the Australian Association of Gerontology, 45th National Conference. 45th National Conference of the Australian Association of Gerontology, Brisbane, Australia, (36-36). 20-23 November 2012. doi:10.1111/j.1741-6612.2012.00655.x

  • Lui, C., Adams, J., Broom, A. and Sibbritt, D. (2010). Creating wellbeing and managing chronic conditions: Use of complementary and alternative medicine among mid-age Australian women. In: ICCMR 2010 abstract book. 5th International Congress on Compelmentary Medicine Research (ICCMR 2010), Tromsø, Norway, (32-32). 18-21 May 2010.

  • Bartlett, H., Warburton, J. and Lui, C.-W. (2007). Active ageing in Australia: from concept to policy. In: The 8th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Beijing, 22-25 October.. The 8th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Beijing, (). 22-25 October 2007.

  • Lui, Chi-Wai (2002). From "Shopper's Paradise" to "City of Life" : re-inventing Hong Kong as a tourist City. In: Alexander, M., The Social World in the 21st Century: Ambivalent Legacies and Rising Challenges: XV World Congress of Sociology: Proceedings of the International Sociology Association. XV World Congress of Sociology, Brisbane, (). July 7-13 2002.

  • Ip, D., Lui, C. W. and Chu, Cordia Ming-Yeuk (2002). Middle-class Chinese migrants in Australia: A socio-demographic profile 1991-1996. In: Cordia, Chu and David, Ip, Proceedings and Resource Directory of the International Conference on Middle-Class Chinese Immigrants in Australia: Settlement, Needs and Dilemmas, Griffith University, Brisbane, (43-64). 2002.

  • Lui, C. W. (2001). The rise of Hong Kong as a tourist city: Tourism development and the transformation of urban space. In: Proceedings of the 4th International Postgraduate Symposium on Hong Kong Culture and Society,. 4th International Postgraduate Symposium on Hong Kong Culture and Society, Hong Kong, China, (). 13-15 December 2001.

  • Lui, Chi-Wai (1998). Tourism: An idea whose time has come. In: M. Alexander and et. al, TASA Conference proceedings: Refashioning Sociology: Responses to a New World Order. TASA Conference 1998, Brisbane, Australia, (). 1 Dec 1998.

Other Outputs

Grants (Administered at UQ)

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor