School of Biomedical Sciences
生物醫學學院
The Chinese University of Hong Kong 香港中文大學


christopher seeLecturer

MB BChir (The University of Cambridge)
MA (The University of Cambridge)
PGCE (The University of Edinburgh)
Ph.D. in Medical Education (The University of Hong Kong)
FAcadMEd (UK)
FHEA (UK)


Telephone:  3943 0465

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Address: 610S, Choh-Ming Li Basic Medical Sciences Building, CUHK

 

 

Biography

Dr. Christopher See received his medical degree from the University of Cambridge (Trinity College) and trained in Emergency Medicine. A committed medical educator, his training includes a PGCE from the University of Edinburgh and a Ph.D. from the University of Hong Kong (HKU) in medical education.

He received the Excellent Teacher Award teaching anatomy at University of Manchester, and lectured at HKU. He is presently a lecturer at the School of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine at the Chinese University of Hong Kong teaching human anatomy. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators UK (FAcadMed) as well as the Higher Education Academy (FHEA). He is course co-coordinator for Medical Year 3 human anatomy and is a pre-clinical academic advisor.

His research interests are gamification, e-learning and particularly the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in medical education. He graduated from the Oxford AI programme, the University of Oxford in 2020 and has taught modules on AI in Healthcare, introduction to Machine Learning, Neural Networks and Deep Learning as part of medical school curricula.

  1. Human anatomy education for medical and health professions students
  2. Gamification and e-learning for medical education
  3. Artificial Intelligence (AI) in higher education
  4. Qualitative research in education
  1. Wong, HYC, See, C* (2021). Curriculum decolonisation in 3…2…1…. The Clinical Teacher. https://doi.org/10.1111/tct.13385
  2. Yeung, ANM, See C* (2020) E-learning emergency? A student-teacher dialogue on sudden shifts to online medical education. South-East Asian Journal of Medical Education, 14(2), pp.153–155. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/seajme.v14i2.222
  3. See C* (2020) Gamification in anatomy education. Book chapter in: Teaching Anatomy. Chan L.K., Pawlina W. (eds) Springer. pp 63-71. Doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-43283-6_8
  4. Tong, AHK, See C* (2020) Informal and formal peer-teaching in the medical school ecosystem: Perspectives from a student-teacher team. JMIR Medical Education, 6(2):e21869. doi: 10.2196/21869
  5. Wong, HYC, See, C* (2020). Globalisation and language in medical education. The Clinical Teacher. doi:10.1111/tct.13125
  6. Wong, WCW, Song, L., See, C, Lau, STH., Sun, WH., Choi, KWY & Tucker, J. (2020). Description of the development of a crowdsourced, peer-led intervention for safer dating app use. JMIR Formative Research. doi: 10.2196/12098
  7. Coiffier B, See C, Lee E, Chen J, Chiu KW, Khong PL (2019). Exploring the experience of medical students as peer teachers in clinical ultrasonography: why do they do it and how do they perform?. MedEdPublish, 8 [3], 43, https://doi.org/10.15694/mep.2019.000192.1
  8. Lam, T.P., Sun, K.S., Piterman, L., Lam, K.F., Poon, M.K., See, C & Wu, D. (2018). Impact of training for general practitioners on their mental health services. Australian Journal of General Practice, 47(8), 550.
  9. See, C., Sheikh M, Shenker N. (2011). Chapter 8; Local Injections in Rheumatology Practice. Book Chapter, pp. 373-391, The Rheumatology Handbook, Imperial College Press. ISBN 184816320
  10. Hall, F.C., See, C, Chapireau, D. et al. (2009). An audit of cardiovascular risk recording and reduction in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus. Rheumatology, 48; (Supp 1) i44.

*Corresponding Author

As Principal Investigator

  1. Courseware Development Grant ($100,000) for: ‘Crowdsourcing for e-learning anatomy: Creating peer-led video courseware by students for students’, 2020
  2. Special Funding Scheme for Online Learning (TDLEG supported) ($95,191) for: ‘Artificial Intelligence Support Systems in Anatomy Education; Initial development and deployment’, 2020.
  3. Teaching Development Grant ($299,899) for: ‘A.I.natomy: Artificial Intelligence chatbots for blended learning in anatomy’, 2018-2019.
  4. Teaching Development Grant ($251,364) for: ‘The Functional Anatomy Training (F.A.T.) to Fit programme’, an interdisciplinary physical approach to anatomy education, 2018-2019.

As Co-Investigator

  1. Teaching Development Grant: ($290,997) for: ‘A Cross-Faculty Study of the Development and Optimisation of the use of AI-technology for Promoting the Quality of Active Learning’ 2019-2020.
  2. Teaching Development Grant: ($264,532) for: ‘Student in Medical Education (SIME): A pilot project to train students as peer teachers in the medical curriculum.’ 2018-2019.
  3. Seed Fund for Basic Research: ($63,460) for: ‘A qualitative exploration of the facilitators and barriers for community dwellers at risk of diabetes mellitus to participate in a community­based physical activity programme.’ 2018-2019.

Awards

  1. Fellowship, Academy of Medical Educators (UK), 2019
  2. Fellowship, Higher Education Academy (UK), 2019
  3. Excellent Teacher Award, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester, 2012

Pedagogical awards (as Principal Investigator)

  1. Best Oral Presentation for “Humanising Educational A.I. Chatbots: How Medical Student Content Creators Reprogrammed An AI Database For More Human-Like Conversations”, International Conference on Medical Education (ICME 2021), Riphah International University, Pakistan, 2021
  2. Poster Award for “DeepMind and Beyond: Using Machine Learning to Teach an Artificial Intelligence Anatomy for Medical Education”, CUHK Teaching and Learning Expo 2020
  3. Best Poster Presentation Award for “Can the AInatomy Chatbot Teach Anatomy?”, 2nd Korea University International Medical Student Conference, Seoul, Korea, 2019.
  4. Best Oral Presentation for “Converse, Connect and Consolidate – The Development of an Artificial Intelligence Chatbot for Health Sciences Education”, BIMHSE Frontiers in Medical and Health Sciences International Conference, The University of Hong Kong, 2018
  5. Best Research Presentation for “Medical student peer-created e-learning resources in social media: a mixed-methods study”, 9th Asian Medical Education Association (AMEA) Conference, Hong Kong, 2017
  6. Winner, Social Media in Health Sciences Education Research- for “Critique of social media in health education: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities”, Universitas 21 Group of Universities Health Sciences Education Conference, Santiago, Chile, 2015
  1. See C (2021) Med Ed Lab Hong Kong: Empowering students to co-conduct medical education research. Oral Presentation, 14th International Medical Education Conference, International Medical University Malaysia. Finalist, Ronald Harden Innovation in Medical Education Award.
  2. CYA Chung, N Leung, HY Tong, JH Young, See C (2021) Humanising Educational A.I. Chatbots: How Medical Student Content Creators Reprogrammed An Ai Database For More Human-Like Conversations. Oral Presentation, International Conference on Medical Education (ICME 2021), Riphah International University, Pakistan.
  3. Chen JY, Lam TP, Hung FNI, Chan ACY, Chin WY, See C (2021) An Untapped Resource: Students as Near-Peer Teachers in Medical Education. Poster Presentation, HKU Teaching and Learning Festival 2021, The University of Hong Kong.
  4. Hon NWL, See C (2021) Should AI in healthcare be part of medical curricula? An integrative review of student perspectives. Oral Presentation, Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference (AMPEC), National University of Singapore, Singapore.
  5. HO YS, See C. (2020) Instagram Stories for teaching human anatomy: possibilities and issues for the COVID-19 era. Poster Presentation, eLearning Forum Asia (eLFA2020), Hong Kong
  6. See C, Li, Y.S., Lam, C.S.N., Poon, H.K., Wai, M.S., Lau, J.W.S., Chan, L.K., Chan, S.O. (2020, Jul). DeepMind and Beyond: Using Machine Learning to Teach an Artificial Intelligence Anatomy for Medical Education. Poster Presentation, CUHK Teaching and Learning Expo 2020, Hong Kong.
  7. Lam, C.S.N., Li, Y.S., Chan, L.K. & See, C. (2019, Nov). Can the AInatomy Chatbot Teach Anatomy? Poster Presentation, 2nd Korea University International Medical Student Conference, Seoul, Korea.
  8. See, C. & Tsui, M.Y.S. (2019, Aug). The P.E.R.F.U.M.E. study: peer-ethnographic research on feedback in undergraduate medical education. Oral presentation, Association for Medical Education Europe (AMEE) Annual conference, Vienna, Austria.
  9. Yuen, J.K., See, C., Lum, C.M., Cheung, T.K. & Wong, W.T. (2019, Aug). Impact of serious illness communication skills training on medical students’ empathic attitudes and self-efficacy in empathic communication. Poster presentation, Association for Medical Education Europe (AMEE) Annual conference, Vienna, Austria.
  10. See, C., Lam, C.S.N., Li, Y.S. & Chan, L.K. (2019, May). Methods for training an AI for Higher Education. Poster Presentation, Centre for Information Technology in Education Annual Research Symposium (CITERS), The University of Hong Kong.
  11. Tsui, M.Y.S. & See, C. (2019, May). Is peer-ethnography a useful tool for postgraduate medical education research? An analysis of the literature and experience sharing. Poster Presentation, 5th Medical Education Conference, Hong Kong Academy of Medicine.
  12. See, C., Cecot, T.S., Choi, P.H., Ng, L.S. & Siu, M.F.P. (2019, April). Functional Anatomy Training: An interdisciplinary approach to enhancing student wellbeing in health professions education. Oral Presentation, Bridging the Gap: Translating Interdisciplinary Research into Evidence-Based Practice, Hong Kong Shue Yan University.
  13. Yuen, J.K., See, C., Lum, C.M., Cheung, T.K. & Wong, W.T. (2019, Jan). Empathy Training For Medical Students Through A Blended Learning Communication Skills Training Programme: A Mixed-Methods Study, Oral Presentation, 16th Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference (APMEC): Education for Health – Trends, Issues, Priorities, Strategies (TIPS), Singapore.
  14. Chen, J.Y., Lam, T.P., Hung, F.N.I., Chan, A.C.Y., Chin, W.Y., See, C. & Tsang, J.P.Y. (2018, Dec). A pilot project on medical students as peer tutors: Perspectives from stakeholders. Oral Presentation, Frontiers in Medical and Health Sciences Education International Conference: The University of Hong Kong.
  15. Lam, C.S.N., Chan, L.K. & See, C. (2018, Dec). Converse, Connect and Consolidate – The Development of an Artificial Intelligence Chatbot for Health Sciences Education. Oral Presentation, Frontiers in Medical and Health Sciences Education International Conference: The University of Hong Kong.
  16. Wong, W.C.W., Choi, W.Y.K., Lau, T.H.S., Song, L., See, C., Sun, W.H., Tucker, J.D. (2018, June). Development of a peer-led web-based intervention to promote safe usage of dating applications among young adults. Oral Presentation, Global Healthcare Innovation Academy Conference, Hong Kong.
  17. See, C., Lau, S.T.H., Sun, J., Choi, K.W.Y. & Wong, W.C.W (2018, May). Crowdsourcing for digital learning. Conference Workshop, Centre for Information Technology in Education Research (CITERS) Conference, The University of Hong Kong.
  18. See, C., Ng, E., Fong, D.Y.T., Lau, C,S., Lam, T.P. (2017, Dec). Medical student peer-created e-learning resources in social media: a mixed-methods study. Oral Presentation, 9th Asian Medical Education Association Conference, Hong Kong.
  19. See, C., Wang, L.D.L., Lau, C.S. & Lam, T.P. (2017, March). A systematic review of ethnographic studies in medical education using the Qualsyst assessment tool. Poster Presentation, Primary Care Research Symposium, The University of Hong Kong.
  20. See, C., Lau, C.S. & Lam, T.P. (2016, June). The design, implementation and evaluation of an Escape-Room as a form of game-based learning in medical education. Oral Presentation, Centre of Information and Technology in Education Research Symposium, The University of Hong Kong.
  21. See, C., Lam, T.P. & Lau, C.S. (2015, Sept). Critique of social media in health education: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities. Oral Presentation, Universitas-21 Health Sciences Education Conference, Santiago, Chile.
  22. See, C., Lam, T.P. & Lau, C.S. (2015, Dec). A role for wearable micro-technology in medical education research. Oral presentation, 9th Frontiers in Medical and Health Sciences Education International Conference at The University of Hong Kong.
  23. See, C., Lam, T.P & Lau, C.S. (2014, April). Crowdsourcing in medical education: a visual example using anatomical henna. Oral presentation, The American Association of Anatomists Annual Meeting, San Diego.
  24. See, C., Lam, T.P. & Lau, C.S. (2013, Dec). My stay amongst the digital tribe; an in-depth qualitative ethnographic study of e-learning culture amongst undergraduate medical students. 8th Frontiers in Medical and Health Sciences Education International Conference at The University of Hong Kong. Best Oral Presentation Award.