School of Population Health
University of Queensland
University of Queensland
Chi-Wai is a Research Fellow in the School of Population Health at the University of Queensland. He holds tertiary qualifications in sociology, criminology and philosophy. Chi Wai conducts research and has published journal articles and book chapters in areas of social theory, youth problem, ageing, health behavior and ethnic experience of illness. He also has extensive experience in developing and teaching social science courses to undergraduate students. Chi Wai is currently working in a NHMRC-funded project that investigates the use of complementary and alternative medicine among rural and urban women in Australia.
PhD (Sociology), University of Queensland
MA (Public Order), Leicester University
MA (Contemporary Sociology), Lancaster University
BA (Philosophy), University of London
Diploma (Sociology), Hong Kong Shue Yan College
Adams J, Lui Chi-Wai, Sibbritt D, Broom A, Wardle J, Homer C (in press) 'Attitudes and referral practices of maternity care professionals with regard to complementary and alternative medicine: an integrative review', Journal of Advanced Nursing [accepted for publication, June 2010].
Sibbritt D, Adams J and Lui Chi-Wai (in press) 'Health service utilisation by pregnant women over a seven-year period', Midwifery [accept for publication, March 2010].
Wardle J, Adams J and Lui Chi-Wai (2010) 'A qualitative study of naturopathy in rural practice: a focus upon naturopaths' experiences and perceptions of rural patients and demand for their services', BMC Health Services Research, 10: 185; Link to Publication
Adams J, Hollenberg D, Lui Chi-Wai and Broom A (2009) 'Contextualizing integration: a critical social science approach to integrative health care', Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, 32(9): 792-798; Link to Publication
Adams J, Lui Chi-Wai, Sibbritt D, Broom A, Wardle J, Homer C, et al. (2009) 'Women's use of complementary and alternative medicine during pregnancy: a critical review of the literature', Birth: Issues in Perinatal Care, 36(3): 237-245; Link to Publication
Lui Chi-Wai, Everingham J, Warburton J, Cuthill M, Bartlett H (2009) 'What makes a community age-friendly: a review of international literature', Australasian Journal on Ageing, 28(3): 116-121; Link to Publication
Lui Chi-Wai (2009) 'Just One Child: Science and Policy in Deng's China' [book review], China Journal of Social Work, 2(2): 143-144; Link to Publication
Lui Chi-Wai, Ip David, Chui Wing-Hong (2009) 'Ethnic experience of cancer: a qualitative study of Chinese-Australians in Brisbane, Queensland', Social Work in Health Care, 48(1): 14-37. Link to Publication
Lui Chi-Wai, Warburton J, Bartlett H. (2009) 'Doing good and feeling good: the experiences of older volunteers in a University research registry', Educational Gerontology, 35(6): 553 - 569. Link to Publication
Ip David, Lui Chi-Wai, Chui Wing-Hong (2007) 'Veiled entrapment: a study of social isolation of older Chinese migrants in Brisbane, Queensland', Ageing & Society, 27(5): 719-738. Link to Publication
Lui Chi Wai, Boughtwood D, Shanley C, Adams J (in press) 'Complementary and alternative medicine for dementia'. In J. Adams et al. (eds). Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine: An International Reader. London: Palgrave MacMillan.
Lui Chi-Wai (in press) 'Age'. In: Ronald L Jackson (ed). Encyclopedia of Identity. London: Sage.
Bartlett H and Lui Chi-Wai (2009) 'Growing old in a global city: the challenge of urbanization for active ageing in Hong Kong'. In: J. Powell and I. Cook (eds). Ageing in Asia, pp. 41-66. New York: Nova Science Publishers; Link to Publication
Bartlett H, Warburton J, Lui Chi-Wai (2008) 'Promoting social inclusion of older people: challenges for policy on ageing in Australia'. In: Tokie Anme, Mary McCall (eds). Culture, Care and Community Empowerment: International Applications of Theory and Methods, pp. 79-91. Tokyo: Kawashima Shoten Publishing Co; Link to Publication
Lui Chi-Wai (2006) 'Transnational Chinese migration: an Australian profile'. In: David Ip, Raymond Hibbins, Wing-Hong Chui (eds). Experiences of Transnational Chinese Migrants in the Asia-Pacific, pp. 17-39. New York: Nova Science Publishers; Link to Publication
Lui Chi-Wai and Ho Keung-Sing (2005) 'Sociological imagination and consciousness', in K.-S. Ho (ed) Revisiting Sociology, pp. 1-17. Hong Kong: McGraw Hill.
Lui Chi-Wai (2005) 'Tourism'. In K.-S. Ho (ed) Revisiting Sociology, pp. 139-168. Hong Kong: McGraw Hill.
Lui Chi-Wai (2005) 'Social development'. In K.-S. Ho (ed) Revisiting Sociology, pp. 205-224. Hong Kong: McGraw Hill.
Lui Chi-Wai (2003) 'On the "lightness" and "heaviness" of critique'. In S.-P. Yeung and D. Lin (eds) Reading Habermas: The Theory of Communicative Action, pp. 262-279. Shanghai: Shanghai People's Publisher.
Lui Chi-Wai (2002) 'Modernity, social control and youth problem: Hong Kong 1945-1979'. In C.-H. Ng and C.-W. Cheung (eds) Reading Hong Kong Popular Cultures 1970-2000 (revised ed), pp. 417-442. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press.
Lui Chi-Wai (1999) 'The globalizing of social life'. In K.-S. Ho (ed) Investigating Sociology: Theories and Local Studies in Hong Kong, pp. 282-309. Hong Kong: Sapience Book.
Bartlett H, Warburton J, Lui Chi-Wai, Peach L (2008) Cross-Government Project to Reduce Social Isolation of Older People: Evaluation Report [Prepared for the Office for Seniors, Queensland Department of Communities]; Link to Publication
Lui Chi-Wai, Everingham J (2008) Lifestyles and Service Needs of Older People: A Literature Review. Brisbane: Australasian Centre on Ageing, University of Queensland. [Prepared for the Scenic Rim Regional Council]
Warburton J, Lui Chi-Wai (2007) Social Isolation and Loneliness in Older People: A Literature Review. Brisbane: Australasian Centre on Ageing, University of Queensland. [Prepared for the Office for Seniors, Queensland Department of Communities]; Link to Publication
Bartlett H, Lui Chi-Wai (2007) Social Inclusion and Social Exclusion of Older People: A Literature Review. Brisbane: Australasian Centre on Ageing, University of Queensland. [Prepared for the Office of Senior Victorians, Department of Planning and Community Development]
Bartlett H, Byrne G, Gray L, Travers C, Lui Chi-Wai (2006) Australian Government Health Priority Initiative: Dementia Research Mapping Project Final Report. Canberra: Department of Health and Ageing; Link to Publication
Lui Chi Wai (2010) 'Searching wellbeing and managing chronic conditions: use of complementary and alternative medicine among mid-age Australian women'. Presented in the 5th International Congress on Complementary Medicine Research, Tromsø, Norway, May 19-21.