The Hong Kong College of Community Health Practitioners (HKCCHP) (or “the College”) endeavours to cultivate a scholarly culture among community health practitioners (CHPs) in Hong Kong so as to strengthen professional status and brand of the College. The HKCCHP launches a Working Papers Series to fulfil the academic strategic direction of the College and disseminate ongoing research of the College members.
The HKCCHP regards working papers as pre-publication versions of academic articles, book chapters, review papers for public policy, review papers of the health care industry, and other formats before formal publication. The working papers posted on the HKCCHP website may be in progress, under submission, in press, or forthcoming elsewhere. The Working Paper Series aims at stimulating discussion and exchange among various proximal stakeholders of the health care industry of Hong Kong, namely CHPs in Hong Kong, managers of the industry, government policymakers, and the society at large.Guidelines for Working Papers Authors
Yee-man Tsui, Ben Y.F. Fong, (2018) "Waiting time in public hospitals: case study of total joint replacement in Hong Kong", Public Administration and Policy, Vol. 21 Issue: 2, pp.120-133, https://doi.org/10.1108/PAP-10-2018-009