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[NOTICE] The 1st Distinguished Research Making Family Medicine Shine Award (DRA) 2018/10/20

The 1st Distinguished Research Making Family Medicine Shine Award (DRA)



We present awards and prizes to the 10 winners as below:

No.

Name

Abstract Title

Authorship

Journal

Impact

Factor (IF)

Year 

Published

1

Esther Yee Tak YU, 

MBBS

Five-Year Effectiveness of the Multidisciplinary

Risk Assessment and Management Programme-

Diabetes Mellitus (RAMP-DM) on Diabetes-Related

Complications and Health Service Uses-A Population-

Based and Propensity-Matched Cohort Study

Corresponding 

author

Diabetes Care

13.397

2018

2

Louise Emilsson, 

MD, PhD

Examining Bias in Studies of Statin Treatment and Survival in Patients with Cancer

First and corresponding author

JAMA oncology

20.871

2018

3

Richard Hobbs, MBChB, FMedSci

Clinical workload in UK primary care:

a retrospective analysis of 100 million

consultations in England, 2007–14

First author

The Lancet

53.254

2016

4

Dongwook Shin, MD, MBA, DrPH

Disparities in cervical cancer screening among

women with disabilities: a national database

study in South Korea

First author

Journal of Clinical 

Oncology

26.303

2018

5

Eva Hummers

Ibuprofen versus fosfomycin for uncomplicated urinary tract infection in women: randomised controlled 

trial

Senior /responsible last author, PI of the published trial

British Medical Journal 

(BMJ)

23.259

2015

6

Kiheon Lee,

MD

Weight gain after smoking cessation does not

modify its protective effect onmyocardial infarction

and stroke: evidence from a cohort study of men

Corresponding 

author

European Heart Journal

23.425

2018

7

Harry HX WANG,

PhD

Dietary counselling has no effect on cardiovascular

risk factors among Chinese Grade 1 hypertensive

patients: a randomized controlled trial

Corresponding 

author

European Heart Journal

23.425

2015

8

Martin CS WONG, BMedSc(Hons), MBChB(CUHK)

A validated tool to predict colorectal neoplasia

and inform screening choice for asymptomatic

subjects

First author

GUT

17.016

2014

9

Shih-Chang Hung, MD, DrPH

Use of Celecoxib Correlates with Increased

Relative Risk of Acute Pancreatitis:

A Case-Control Study in Taiwan

First author

American Journal of Gastroenterology

10.231

2015

10

Jason Liwen Huang, 

PhD, MCM

The Association between Distal Findings and

Proximal Colorectal Neoplasia: A Systematic

Review and Meta-Analysis

First author

American Journal of Gastroenterology

10.231

2017

 

Please note that the following 3 researchers each receive the best awards. 

 

Best SCI Impact Factor Award (Dr. Richard Hobbs)

Best SCI Citation Award (Dr. Louise Emilsson)

Best Contribution to Family Medicine Award (Dr. Esther Yee Tak YU)