Hong Wang MD, PhD

Associate Clinical Professor of Public Health (Health Policy); Associate Clinical Professor

Biographical Info

International Activity

  • Health Systems Assessment Project for the World Bank
    Mozambique (2011)
    Professor Groce and researchers have been brought in by the Africa Division of the World Bank in Washington to identify how the formal, hospital and clinic based health care system in Mozambique can be redesigned to ensure greater outreach to and inclusion of people at the community and village levels, particularly in rural areas.
  • Health Systems Assessment Project for the World Bank
    Lesotho (2011)
    Professor Groce and researchers have been brought in by the Africa Division of the World Bank in Washington to identify how the formal, hospital and clinic based health care system in Mozambique can be redesigned to ensure greater outreach to and inclusion of people at the community and village levels, particularly in rural areas.
  • Health Systems Assessment Project for the World Bank
    Senegal (2011)
    Professor Groce and researchers have been brought in by the Africa Division of the World Bank in Washington to identify how the formal, hospital and clinic based health care system in Mozambique can be redesigned to ensure greater outreach to and inclusion of people at the community and village levels, particularly in rural areas.
  • Smoking - Effects on Productivity in China
    China (2008)
    Analyzing the effects of smoking and quitting on productivity in China
  • Infection Control Policies and Practices in China
    China (2007)
    Guidelines for hospital infection control, a study of current infection control practices, and recommendations for enhancing existing infection control policies and practices in China.
  • Rural Mutual Health Care (RMHC) in China
    China (2007)
    Professor Wang established a community based rural health insurance scheme in order to examine the feasibility of this scheme in rural China. This is a three-year social experimental study.

Education & Training

M.D.
Beijing Medical University (1986)
Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin (2002)

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