Programme(s) to which this project applies:
|☑ MPhil/PhD||☒ MRes[Med]||☑ URIS|
This research project focuses on evaluating health policy and health care services to improve population health. Research methods include analysing large-scale individual-level electronic health record data on non-communicable diseases, modelling public health policy interventions on disease burden, and clinical trials of incentives framed around behavioural economics. Areas of study include digital epidemiology, the indirect impact of COVID-19 disruptions to health services on population health, and economic evaluation of new health care services.
Dr JC Quan, School of Public Health
Dr Chao Quan is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the School of Public Health. He received his bachelor’s degrees and medical training from the University of Oxford. Dr Quan’s research focuses on health policy, economics and health care services to improve population health.
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