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Biography

Dr. Hui-Ching Wu

National Taiwan University, Taiwan (China)

Associate Professor


Email: hchingwu@ntu.edu.tw


Qualifications

2005 Ph.D., Columbia University, USA

2002 M. Phi., Columbia University, USA

1998 Master, University of Pennsylvania, USA

1992 Bachelor, Fu-Jen Catholic University, China


Publications (Selected)

  1. Wu, H. C. & Tang, I. C. (2012). Quality of Life and Self-Stigma in Individuals with Schizophrenia. Psychiatric Quarterly DOI:10.1007/s11126-012-9218-2
  2. Tang, I. C. & Wu, H. C. (2012). Social Workers’ Perceptions and Experiences on the Psychiatric Disease Mandatory Assessment For Review Committee-A Qualitative Study in Taiwan. International Social Work . DOI: 10.1177/0020872811430697
  3. Wu, H. C., Tang, I. C., Lin, W.I., Chang, L. H (2012). Professional values and attitude of psychiatric social workers toward involuntary hospitalization of psychiatric patients. Journal of Social Work, doi: 10.1177/1468017311435201
  4. Wu, H. C., Lin, W. I., Chang, L. H., & Tang, I. C (2012). Dilemma and Reflection on Social Workers in the Mandatory Hospitalization Review Committee for People with Serious Mental Illness. Soochow Journal of Social Work (in press)
  5. Lin, W. I., Wu, H. C., & Lin, J. J. (2011). International Classification of Functioning, Disability and HealthICFand People with Disabilities Rights Protection in Taiwan. Community Development Journal. Vol. 136, p. 278-295
  6. Wu, H. C., Lin, W. I., Huang, C. J. (2011). The Predictor of Adaptation after A natural Disaster in Indigenous Adolescents. Turkish Journal of Psychiatry. Vol. 22 (2). Suppl 1, p.60
  7. Wu, H. C. (2011). The Protective Effects of Resilience and Hope on Quality of Life of the Families Coping with the Criminal Traumatisation of One of Its Members. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 20, 1906-1915 , (97-2410-H-002-207)
  8. Tang, I. C., Wu, H. C., Chang, L. H, Chen, H. Y. (2011). Rethinking the Concept of Compulsory Psychiatric Treatment-Human Rights Approach J. of Disability Research (Taiwan). 9 (1), 1-16
  9. Wu, H. C., Wu C. K., Lao, J. W., Zhang, L. S., Tsang, I. C. (2010). Coping Strategies of Hospitalized People with Psychiatric Disabilities in Taiwan, Psychiatry Quarterly, 81 (1), 23-34
  10. I-Chen Tang, Hsin-Yi Chen, Hui-Ching Wu, Shih-Rong Cheng,Yi-Ru Kao (2009). Perceptions of Stigmatization and Stigmatization Experience-The Example of People with Spinal Cord Injuries and Psychiatric Disabilities. J. of Disability Research(Taiwan). 7(4), 230-246
  11. Chung, C. H. & Wu, H. C. (2009) The Exploration of Sexual Recidivism Based on A General Theory of Crime. Crime and Criminal Justice International Journal. 13, 145-170
  12. Wu, H. C., Wu, C. K., & Shu, G. Y.(2008). The Exploration of Satisfaction with Vocational Rehabilitation Programs for Severely Mentally Ill in Southern Taiwan, Journal of Taiwan Occupational Therapy Research and Practice, 4 (2), 83-92
  13. Tang, I. C. & Wu, H. C. (2008). An Exploration of Stigmatization and De-stigmatization toward Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities. J. of Disability Research (Taiwan). 6 (3), 161-175
  14. Wu, H. C. (2008). Predicting Job Satisfaction and Quality of Life in Taiwan Working People with Psychiatric Disability. Community Mental Health Journal, 44 (2), 135-146
  15. Tseng, D. C., Wu, H. C., Chen, C. C., & Yang, C. W. (2008). The Impact of Psychoeducation on the Attitude of Volunteers toward Mental Illness in a General Hospital. Formosa Journal of Mental Health . 21 (2), 191-210
  16. Wu, H. C. (2008). Surviving Human Cruelty. Formosan Journal of Medical Humanities. 9 (1-2), 65-88
  17. Wu, H. C. & Tang, I. C. (2007). The Exploration of Family Structure for Sexual Offenders. Community Development Journal, 118, 211-228
  18. Wu., H. C. (2006). The Effect of Work on People with Severe Mental Illness in Taiwan Using a Stress-Social Support Model: An Exploratory Study. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research. 29 (2), 145-150