Dr. LEE Chui-ping

About me

LEE Chui-ping 李翠萍

Senior Lecturer
School of Pharmacy
Faculty of Medicine
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Tel: (852) 3943 6819
Fax:(852) 2603 5295
Email: cplee@cuhk.edu.hk

Personal Details

Dr. Chui Ping Lee received her PharmD degree from the University of Rhode Island, USA and completed her post-doctoral residency training in Managed Care Pharmacy Practice at Scripsolutions Pharmacy Benefit Management Company (US). In year 2007 and 2011, Dr Lee became a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist and psychiatric pharmacist by the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties (US). Her areas of interest are psychiatry, pharmacist-initiated patient care and post–baccalaureate clinical pharmacy education. Besides teaching and practice research, she has delivered various lectures and presentations on psychiatric drug use to healthcare professionals and patient groups.

Dr Lee is responsible for establishing post-graduate clinical pharmacy training programme in the School of Pharmacy. She is currently serving as the Director of the Master of Clinical Pharmacy Program (MCP) and coordinator of Advanced Certificate in Specialty Training programme of Oncology, Paediatrics and Geriatrics. She is a founding fellow of the College of Pharmacy Practice and is chairperson of the Academic Board. During 2010-2014 and 2016, Dr Lee served as the principal evaluator for the Evaluation and Service Monitoring Mechanism of the Scheme on Visiting Pharmacist Services for Residential Care Homes for the Elderly.


Research Interests

Dr Lee’s interests are to demonstrate outcome changes by integrating psychiatric pharmacists into the outpatient and inpatient settings to provide comprehensive therapeutic management for psychiatric patients.



(* as PI)

  • *Evaluator, Evaluation and Service Monitoring Mechanism of the Pilot Scheme on Visiting Pharmacist Services for Residential Care Homes for the Elderly sponsored by Labor & Welfare Bureau, HKSAR during the period 2010 – 2014 for the sum of HKD 327,600
  • Impact of an Interdisciplinary Approach on Symptom Management of Newly Diagnosed Depressive Patients sponsored by Direct Grant during the period 2007 – 2008 for the sum of HKD 40,000



  • Bachelor of Pharmacy Programme
    • PHAR1000 Introduction to Pharmacy
    • PHAR2313 Principles of Pharmaceutical Dispensing
    • PHAR3413 Pharmacology & Therapeutics II
    • PHAR3414 Pharmacology & Therapeutics III
    • PHAR4304 Clinical Pharmacy Clerkship: Psychiatry
  • Master of Clinical Pharmacy Programme
    • PHAR5880 Drug Therapy Assessment and Drug Information
    • PHAR 5881 Pharmacotherapy: Pharmaceutical Care in General and Special Populations
    • PHAR 5885 Pharmacotherapy: Psychiatric Disorders
    • PHAR 5886 Pharmacotherapy: Diabetes and Renal Disorders

Supplementary Information


  • Teacher of the Year Award 2006/2007, School of Pharmacy, CUHK
  • Teacher of the Year Award 2007/2008, School of Pharmacy, CUHK
  • Teacher of the Year Award 2009/2010, School of Pharmacy, CUHK
  • Teacher of the Year Award 2010/2011, School of Pharmacy, CUHK


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