Assistant Professor School of Public Health and Emergency Management Research Group
Dr. Xinxin Han is an Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health and Emergency Management, SUStech. Dr. Han received her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Public Policy and Administration (Health Policy Track) from the George Washington University in the United States, and her Master of Science degree in Health Services Research, Policy and Administration from the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) School of Public Health in the United States. Her work primarily focuses on health policy evaluation, health workforce, primary care, and access to care. During her doctoral studies, Dr. Han was a Senior Research Associate at the Fitzhugh Mullan Professor of Health Workforce Equity, Health Workforce Research Center (HWRC) at the Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University. At HWRC, Dr. Han led and participated in many projects funded by the United States Department of Health, Health Resources and Services Administration, and helped produce policy brief. Her work has focused on examining evaluating the impact of health insurance policy (i.e., Medicaid expansion), health workforce policy (i.e., the National Health Service Corps), and health technology (i.e., telehealth) on enhancing the distribution of health care resources and the capacity of community health centers. Her work has been published in leading journals in the field of public health and health policy, including Health Affairs, American Journal of Public Health, and American Journal of Preventive Medicine, and presented at international conferences including AcadmyHealth Annual Research Meeting and Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Research Conference. She currently serves as a peer reviewer for several SCI journals.
1. Evaluation of the capacity of primary care institutes and workforce
2. Community-based digital chronic care management of hypertension and diabetes
3. Studies of hierarchical medical system under Healthy China context
4. Public Health emergency response management and prevention policy