DPhil Student of Clinical Medicine
MPH Global Health, University of Washington 2019
BSc Biomedical English, Peking University 2017
Yingxi previously worked in Myanmar focusing on ethnic health system strengthening and health workforce development, and in China focusing on preterm birth and kangaroo mother care in hospital settings. His research interests also include development assistance for health, global health systems and health financing.
Medical officer interns in Kenya: internship experience and absorption into the public sector.
Barriers and facilitators of kangaroo mother care adoption in five Chinese hospitals: a qualitative study
Yue J. et al, (2020), BMC Public Health, 20
Development assistance for health and the Middle East and North Africa
Zhao Y. et al, (2020), Globalization and Health, 16
The paediatrician workforce and its role in addressing neonatal, child and adolescent healthcare in Kenya
English M. et al, (2020), Archives of Disease in Childhood, 105, 927 - 931
Intermittent kangaroo mother care and the practice of breastfeeding late preterm infants: results from four hospitals in different provinces of China.
Zhang B. et al, (2020), International breastfeeding journal, 15
Is visceral abdominal fat area a better indicator for hyperglycemic risk? Results from the Pinggu Metabolic Disease Study
Zhang F. et al, (2020), Journal of Diabetes Investigation, 11, 888 - 895