Tsorng-Yeh Lee

Associate Professor

Locations / Contact Info:

Health, Nursing & Environmental Studies - HNES
Keele Campus
Phone: 4167362100 Ext. 20071

Email address(es):

tsylee@yorku.ca

Faculty & School/Dept.

Faculty of Health - School of Nursing

Degrees

Ph.D. - 1992
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Selected Publications

 


Lee, T. Y., Sun, G. H. Chao, S. C. (2001). The effect of an infertility diagnosis on the distress, marital and sexual satisfaction between husbands and wives. Human Reproduction,16(8), 1762-1767. (SCI Journal)


    Lee, T.Y., Sun,G.H. (2000) Psychosocial response of Chinese infertile husbands and wives. Archives of Andrology, 45(3), 143-148. (SCI Journal).


    Lee, T. Y., Sun, G. H. Chao, S. C., Chen, C.C. (2000) Development of the coping scale for infertile couples. Archives of Andrology, 45(3), 149-154. (SCI Journal).


   Lee, T. Y., Chao, S. C., Sun, G. H. (2001) The effect of an infertility diagnosis on treatment-related stresses. Archives of Andrology, 46(1), 67-71. (SCI Journal)


    Lee, T. Y., Chu, T. Y. (2001) The Chinese experience of male infertility. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 23(7), 714-725. (SCI Journal).


    Hsu, S.S. & Lee, T.Y. (correspodence) (2004) Fall risk factors assessment tool: enhancing effectiveness in falls screening. Journal of Nursing Research, 12(3), 169-179


    Kao, B.C., Gau, M.L., Wu, S.F., Kuo,B.J., & Lee, T.Y. (2004) A comparative study of expectant parents’ childbirth expectations. Journal of Nursing Research, 12(3), 191-201.


    Wang, L.H., & Lee, T.Y. (2004) Assisted pregnancy after infertility: Taiwanese women’s experience. Journal of Medical Sciences, 24(5), 249-256.


     Lin, L.C., Lee, T. Y., Kuo, S.C., Mu, P.F., & Shu, H.Q. (2004) The lived experience of postpartum women receiving rooming-in care. The Journal of Nursing, 51(1), 35-44.


    Weng, M.H., Chou, C.C., Chou, H.C., & Lee, T.Y. (2004) Resuscitation of newborn infants with oxygen. The Journal of Nursing, 51(1), 81-84.


    Lee, T.Y., Chen, W.H. (2004) Evaluating the effectiveness of video-aided Lamaze childbirth education programs on women’s labor pain. New Taipei Journal of Nursing, 6(1), 79-89.


    Chen, C.C. & Lee, T.Y. (2004). Lamaze childbirth education: birth ball exercise during pregnancy. Tzu Chi Nursing Journal, 3(1), 28-33.


    Chou, H. F. & Lee, T.Y. (2005) The decision-making processes of woman who accept tubal sterilization. Journal of Evidence-based Nursing 1(1), 6-12.


    Shih, H. C., Lee, T.Y., Chen, W. H.; Tung, T. H. (2005) The effectiveness of the video-based Lamaze method on prenatal mothers’ knowledge, attitudes, and practice. The Journal of Nursing, 52(2), 27-38.


    Chou, Y. Y., Lee, T. Y., Gau, M. L., Chen, P. J., & Chung, U. L. (2008).


Effectiveness of a video-based breastfeeding program on breastfeeding knowledge


and attitude among high school students. Chang Gung Nursing, 19(4), 461-471.


 


 

Awards

Excellent Youth Award, NDMC - 1978

Excellent Nurses Award, Taipei City Government - 1979

Excellent Teachers Award, NDMC - 1987

The Medal of Excellent Academic Achievement, Ministry of Nat - 1992

Kwei Wan k Scholarship, NDMC - 1994

The Medal of Loyalty & Diligence, Ministry of National Defen - 1995

The Medal of “Yi Xing Bao Xing”, Ministry of National Defens - 1996

The Medal of “Pao Hsin” Ministry of National Defense - 1997

Excellent Achievement in Research Award, National Science Co - 1997

Excellent National Military Nurses Award, Ministry of Nation - 1999

Excellent Achievement in Research Award, National Science Co - 2001

Excellent National Military Nurses Award, Ministry of Nation - 2002

Excellent Achievement in Research-First Rank, The National N - 2003

Excellent Nurse in Professional Contribution Award, Taiwan N - 2004

Excellent Achievement in Nursing director, The Nurses’ Labor - 2005

Excellent Nurse in Professional Contribution Award, National - 2006

Supervision

Currently available to supervise graduate students:

Currently taking on work-study students, Graduate Assistants or Volunteers:

Available to supervise undergraduate thesis projects: