Mental Health

2 November 2019

逾25%受訪小學生感焦慮 10%出現抑鬱 (Chinese Version Only)

3 March 2020

沙士心理研究學者抗疫良方 投入個人興趣 破除疫境恐慌 (Chinese Version Only)

21 January 2021

調查:23%受訪者中等至嚴重抑鬱 18至44歲、女性抑鬱指數較高 (Chinese Version Only)

14 May 2021

Promoting One Health in a Challenging Era

Date 10 – 11 June 2021 Time Day 1 (10 June 2021) : 9am – 6pm (HKT) Day 2 (11 June 2021): 9:30am – 12:30pm (HKT) Four sub-themes – Physical and mental health of young people – Physical and mental health of older adults – Physical and mental health of carers – Primary health care challenges Keynote Speakers – Professor Andrea REUPERT, Monash University – Professor Gerald KOH, National University of Singapore Registration Click here for registration Enquiries Anson Lam (
20 September 2023

Survey Reveals Hong Kong Citizens Mentally Overcome Pandemic Gloom But Information Fatigue Looms

Since the World Health Organization declared an end to COVID-19 as a public health emergency, Hong Kong citizens’ lives have gradually resumed normal. Professor Christine HUANG Yi-hui, Chair Professor of CityU’s Department of Media and Communication (COM), and her research team* conducted online surveys with 1,913 Hong Kong citizens aged 20+ from April to July 2023. The objective is to understand their perceptions of psychological, living and interpersonal well-being.