Dr Kwang Chien Yee PDF Print E-mail

Dr Yee is clinically trained as a transplant hepatologist and interventional endoscopist with special interests in viral hepatitis and gastrointestinal cancer screening and prevention.

He is currently the year 3 co-ordinator of the MBBS program, rotation co-ordinator for year 3 medicine at the School of Medicine and chief clinical supervisor for medicine rotation at the Hobart Clinical School. He is also a medical advisor to the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care.

Dr. Yee has been involved in ICT in healthcare research since 1998. His current research interests in the area include: ICT and quality and safety of patient care; pathology informatics and patient safety, ICT in healthcare education, generation Y and ICT in healthcare and ICT in healthcare and patient journey.

 Projects involved in:

  • The “OSSIE” guide for clinical handover improvement: developing a national guideline and standard for clinical handover.
  • National Clinical Handover Initiative: Nursing and Medical Handover in General Surgery, Emergency Medicine and General Medicine at the Royal Hobart Hospital (funded by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care)
  • Clinical handover in the Department of General Internal Medicine, RHH (funded by Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation)
  • Generation Y doctors and ICT in healthcare
  • The role of ICT in quality and safety of patient care.