Health Outcomes

Scholarly Publications

The Relationship Between Infant Peer Interactions and Cognitive Development: Evidence from Rural China

July 2017

Abstract: Social interactions in infancy have implications for long-term outcomes.

Intended And Unintended Consequences Of China’s Zero Markup Drug Policy

August 2015

Since economic liberalization in the late 1970s, China's health care providers have grown heavily reliant on revenue from drugs, which they both prescribe and sell.

Non-use of health care service among empty-nest elderly in Shandong, China: a cross-sectional study

July 2015

Background: Empty-nest elderly refers to those elderly with no children or whose children have already left home.

Projects

Role of Teachers in Boosting Eyeglasses Wear

Teachers are often the crucial link Overcoming children’s hesitancy to wear glasses is a major challenge in moving forward toward a national vision care plan.
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Paying for Performance in the Battle Against Anemia: Pilot Study

ProblemDespite China’s rapid economic development, prevalence rates of iron deficiency anemia among children in China’s poorest rural areas range between 25% and 60% - implying more than 10 million...
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People

Grant Miller Senior Fellow Associate Professor, Medicine (CHP/PCOR)