Thursday, August 31, 2017

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
  1. Clinical Toxicology
  2. Mass Spectrometry
  3. Emergency Medicine
  4. Internal Medicine

HONORS & AWARDS:
  1. The Best Medical Attendant Award 2010 (Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital)
  2. The Best Medical Attendant Award 2003 (Chang Gung Memorial Hospital)
  3. The Best Medical Attendant Award 2002 (Chang Gung Memorial Hospital)
  4. The Best Medical Attendant Award 2000 (Chang Gung Memorial Hospital)
  5. The Best Chief Resident Award 1997 (Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital)
  6. The Best Resident Award 1993 (Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital)
  7. The Best Intern Award 1992 (Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital)

Chi-Wei Lee MD., PhD.

  1. Resident, Department of Laboratory Diagnostics, Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital, Taiwan. (August, 1st 1992 ~ July, 31st 1993)
  2. Resident, Department of Internal Medicine, Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital, Taiwan. (August, 1st 1993 ~ July, 31st 1996)
  3. Chief Resident, Department of Emergency Medicine, Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital, Taiwan. (August, 1st 1996 ~ July, 31st 1998)
  4. Medical Attendant, Department of Emergency Medicine, Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital (CGMH), Taiwan. (October, 1st 1998 ~ June, 20th 2003)
  5. Senior Medical Attendant, Department of Emergency Medicine, E-Da Hospital, Taiwan. (February, 1st 2004 ~ November, 30th 2007)
  6. Department Chief, Division of Internal Medical Emergencies, Department of Emergency Medicine, Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital, Taiwan. (December, 1st 2007 ~ July, 31st 2011)
  7. Affiliated Specialist Consultant, Department of Emergency Medicine, Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital (KMUH), Taiwan. (January, 1st 2012 ~ )
  8. Assistant Professor, Institute of Medical Science and Technology, National Sun Yat-sen University (NSYSU), Taiwan. (August, 1st 2017 ~ )

Thursday, October 30, 2014

A notion of “Wrong Conviction”

By convicting an innocent person, means failing to find the culpable person guilty and setting the latter free. Not only is it unfair to cause an innocent person to suffer from injustice punishment (Type 1 error), even worse is that the truth is buried up ever since the point of time when people wrongly believe that they have already found the truth (Type 2 error). For this reason, it is worse to convict innocent people than to acquit guilty people.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

A notion of "Morality"


A group of chimpanzees were kept inside a cage. There was a ladder in the middle of the cage. A banana was placed on top of the ladder.  Every time a chimpanzee climbed up the ladder, freezing water was poured upon all the other chimpanzees. After such an action was repeated for several times, anytime a chimpanzee tried to climbed up the ladder, the others stopped it by beating it up. After a while, no chimpanzee dared to climb up the ladder despite the temptation of the banana.  In this experiment, some kind of “moral standard” developed spontaneously among this community of primates inside the cage. (cf. the “code of conduct” in the human society)