A young Fellow is defined as any Fellow who has obtained Fellowship of the Academy within the last 10 years. 

Young Fellows Chapter has been formed with representatives from all Academy Colleges since July 2017. 

Governing Council 2020-21

ChairDr. Sut-yee Tse
The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians
Vice-ChairDr. Jeremy Yuen-chun Teoh 
The College of Surgeons of Hong Kong
Honorary SecretaryDr. Paul Aarne Koljonen 
The Hong Kong College of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Honorary TreasurerDr. Karen Ka-yan Leung 
Hong Kong College of Paediatricians
IT OfficerDr. Fiona Yuet-yan Chan 
Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine
MembersDr. David Ming-hon Lam 
The Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiologists

Dr. Grace Chung-yan Wong 
Hong Kong College of Community Medicine

Dr. Yolanda Yee-hung Law 
The College of Dental Surgeons of Hong Kong

Dr. Kelvin Ka-wang Cheung 
The Hong Kong College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Dr. Jason Cheuk-sing Yam 
The College of Ophthalmologists of Hong Kong

Dr. Ryan Hung-wai Cho 
The Hong Kong College of Otorhinolaryngologists

Dr. Calvin Yeow-kuan Chong 
The Hong Kong College of Pathologists

Dr. Helen Shuk-ying Chan 
Hong Kong College of Physicians

Dr. Eric Wai-ching Yan 
The Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists

Dr. Tony Yiu-sang​​​​​​​ Yuen ​​​​​​​
Hong Kong College of Radiologists

News and Activities of the Young Fellows Chapter

Members of the Young Fellows Chapter have been supportive of Academy’s work in various aspects from committees’ affairs and scientific meetings to networking activities. Please find below some highlights of activities. 

  • Knowledge Exchange

The Academy organises study tours for young Fellows to understand healthcare systems and developments, as well as foster exchanges of medical knowledge and experience. In February 2019, the first 5-day study tour to Sichuan was organised and participated by a group of 25 young Fellows and specialist trainees. 

The Young Fellows Chapter has been invited to co-ordinate panel discussions during the flagship and annual conferences of the Academy, such as the Medical Education Conference and 25th Anniversary Congress. Topics covered include “Curriculum Reform from Young Fellows / Trainees Perspectives” and “Looking After the Mental Health of Our Own Profession”. 


  • Professional Issues ​​​​​​​

In 2018, a Medical Indemnity Forum was organised by the Young Fellows Chapter, aiming to enhance understanding of the 2 types of coverage available in medical indemnity insurance, i.e. occurrence-based and claim based policies. During the Forum, there was an insightful sharing on medico-legal issues and impact of the introduction of the Apology Ordinance on medical practice. 


  • Wellness of Young Fellows 

To investigate the physical and psychological status and other related health issues among young Fellows and specialist trainees in Hong Kong, the Young Fellows Chapter conducted a well-being study in 2019. It is hoped to identify areas which can help sustain good health and well-being for all young doctors. A full study report will be announced in due course. 

Members of Young Fellows Chapter are also involved in planning of different connecting activities, which are organised by Social Subcommittee for enhancement of Fellows’ mental, physical and social well-being.