Keynote: Professor Albert Lee

Professor of Public Health and Primary Care and Founding Director of Centre for Health Education and Health Promotion of the Chinese University of Hong Kong; Founding Member of Steering Committee of Alliance for Healthy Cities.

Topic: Indicators for health improvement of children and adolescents and their families in school and community setting: Putting practice into evidence for translation into policies

Professor Albert Lee is Professor of Public Health and Primary Care and Founding Director of Centre for Health Education and Health Promotion of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He also holds Honorary Professorship at Faculty of Education of University of Hong Kong and Adjunct Professorship of Applied Health Science at Indiana University, USA. Albert qualified as medical doctor at University of London, UK in 1984 and possesses higher professional and academic qualifications in Public Health, Family Medicine, Education, Law and Dispute Resolution, Legal Medicine from academic colleges and institutions in Australia, Britain, Hong Kong, Ireland, USA. Albert’s research interests include community-based care, health equity, healthy cities and healthy school, legal medicine, human rights, conflict management, legal issues in education and social care, and quality of life with over 230 publications in peer review journal and over 100 invited presentations. Albert was elected as international member (academician) of National Academy of Medicine USA in 2012. Election to the NAM is considered one of the highest honours in the fields of health and medicine. He served as Member of Forum for Investing in Young Children Globally (iYCG) of NAM during the period 2013-16 and chaired the iYCG workshop in Hong Kong in 2015. He was elected as Honorary Fellow of Faculty of Public Health, UK. He also serves as Vice President (Child and Adolescent Public Health) of UNESCO-HK Association and various statutory bodies including consultant/advisor to WHO, Founding Member of Steering Committee of Alliance for Healthy Cities.

3rd International Healthy Kids of Seinäjoki Conference is held on 31st March – 2nd April in the City of Seinäjoki, Finland. More information