His primary scientific interests are in Suicide prevention, Injury prevention, Psychiatry, Social media and Occupational safety and health. His studies deal with areas such as Toxicology and Carbon monoxide poisoning as well as Suicide prevention. His study in Injury prevention is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Clinical psychology and Human factors and ergonomics.
The Addiction and Psychosocial research he does as part of his general Psychiatry study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Sierra leone and Risk of infection, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His study on Microblogging is often connected to Risk perception as part of broader study in Social media. His study explores the link between Occupational safety and health and topics such as Demography that cross with problems in Unemployment, Cross-sectional study, Cause of death and Coroner.
King-Wa Fu mainly investigates Social media, Suicide prevention, China, Advertising and Internet privacy. King-Wa Fu works in the field of Social media, namely Microblogging. His Suicide prevention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychiatry, Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
King-Wa Fu interconnects Suicidal ideation and Clinical psychology in the investigation of issues within Psychiatry. His Injury prevention research integrates issues from Demography and Occupational safety and health. His research in China intersects with topics in Censorship, Framing and Politics.
King-Wa Fu spends much of his time researching Social media, Psychosocial, China, Demography and Media studies. His work deals with themes such as Categorization, Prevalence ratio, Social movement, Internet privacy and Big data, which intersect with Social media. His Internet privacy research integrates issues from Social network analysis, Scale, The Internet, Incivility and Polarization.
He interconnects Developmental psychology, Early childhood and Rate ratio in the investigation of issues within Psychosocial. His China study incorporates themes from Cohort and Coronavirus disease 2019. His studies in Demography integrate themes in fields like Odds ratio, Opinion leadership, Confidence interval, Injury prevention and Suicide prevention.
King-Wa Fu mainly focuses on Social media, Internet privacy, Pandemic, Psychological intervention and The Internet. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Social media and Profit in his work. His Internet privacy research incorporates themes from Promotion, Credibility and Broadcasting.
The concepts of his Pandemic study are interwoven with issues in Mental illness, Public relations and Vulnerability. His Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Augmented reality, Systematic review, Virtual reality and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His The Internet course of study focuses on Civil society and Outbreak.
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Internet addiction: prevalence, discriminant validity and correlates among adolescents in Hong Kong
King-wa Fu;Wincy S C Chan;Paul W C Wong;Paul S F Yip.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2010)
Changes in suicide rates following media reports on celebrity suicide: a meta-analysis
Thomas Niederkrotenthaler;King Wa Fu;Paul S F Yip;Daniel Y T Fong.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2012)
Assessing Censorship on Microblogs in China: Discriminatory Keyword Analysis and the Real-Name Registration Policy
King-wa Fu;Chung-hong Chan;Michael Chau.
IEEE Internet Computing (2013)
The effects of a celebrity suicide on suicide rates in Hong Kong
Paul S. F. Yip;King-Wa Fu;Kai-Chun Yang;Brian Y. T. Ip.
Journal of Affective Disorders (2006)
Reality check for the Chinese microblog space: a random sampling approach.
King-wa Fu;Michael Chau.
PLOS ONE (2013)
Ebola and the social media.
Isaac Chun Hai Fung;Zion Tsz Ho Tse;Chi Ngai Cheung;Adriana S. Miu.
The Lancet (2014)
How people react to Zika virus outbreaks on Twitter? A computational content analysis.
King-Wa Fu;Hai Liang;Nitin Saroha;Zion Tsz Ho Tse.
American Journal of Infection Control (2016)
The prevalence and correlates of severe social withdrawal (hikikomori) in Hong Kong: A cross-sectional telephone-based survey study:
Paul W C Wong;Tim M H Li;Melissa Chan;Y W Law.
International Journal of Social Psychiatry (2015)
Evaluating the effectiveness of barrier installation for preventing railway suicides in Hong Kong
Chi-Kin Law;Paul S. F. Yip;Wincy S. C. Chan;King-Wa Fu.
Journal of Affective Disorders (2009)
Long-term impact of celebrity suicide on suicidal ideation: results from a population-based study
King Wa Fu;Paul S.F. Yip.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2007)
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