Postdoctoral Research Scientist
DPhil Clinical Medicine, University of Oxford 2023
MPH Global Health, University of Washington 2019
BSc Biomedical English, Peking University 2017
Previous and current research
Yingxi’s research focuses on global health systems and human resources for health using quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods approaches. His current post-doctoral research seeks to understand the role of physician associates in UK NHS hospitals. Prior to this, Yingxi has worked in Kenya focusing on production of medical doctors, in Myanmar focusing on ethnic health system strengthening and health workforce development, and in China focusing on neonatal health. His research interests also include development assistance for health and health financing.
Examining the absorption of post-internship medical officers into the public sector at county-level in devolved Kenya: a qualitative case study.
Zhao Y. et al, (2023), BMC health services research, 23
Global investments in pandemic preparedness and COVID-19: development assistance and domestic spending on health between 1990 and 2026
Micah AE. et al, (2023), The Lancet Global Health, 11, e385 - e413
Implementation experience of a 12-month intervention to introduce intermittent kangaroo mother care to eight Chinese neonatal intensive care units.
Liu X. et al, (2022), World journal of pediatrics : WJP, 18, 849 - 853
Development assistance for human resources for health, 1990-2020.
Micah AE. et al, (2022), Human resources for health, 20
The Effects of Supervised Exercise Training on Weight Control and Other Metabolic Outcomes in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes: A Meta-Analysis.
Zhu X. et al, (2022), International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism, 32, 186 - 194