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Applications:
Behavioral Science, Children and Adolescents, Education, Healthcare Management and Outcomes, Human Subjects Trials and Intervention Studies, Learning Health Systems, Mobile Devices, Policy Research, Population Sciences, Public Health, Social Sciences, Survey Research
Methodologies:
Causal Inference, Data Collection Design, Econometrics, Longitudinal Data Analysis, Pattern Analysis and Classification, Psychometrics, Statistical Inference, Statistical Modeling

Shu-Fang Shih

Research Assistant Professor

Department of Health Management and Policy
School of Public Health

Shu-Fang Shih, Ph.D., has a diverse background in public health, business administration, risk management and insurance, and actuarial science. Her research has focused on design, implementation, and evaluation of theory-based health programs for children, adolescents, pregnant women, and older adults in various settings. In addition, she used econometric methods, psychometric, and other statistical methods to examine various health issues among children, adolescent, emerging adulthood, pregnant women, and the older adults. She is particularly interested in designing effective ways to align public health, social services, and healthcare to achieve the goal of family-centered and integrated/coordinated care for the family.