Katherine Harding, La Trobe University, Australia
Katherine Harding is a Principal Research Fellow with La Trobe University, and Manager of the Allied Health Clinical Research Office at Eastern Health, one of the largest providers of public health services Melbourne, Australia. She has research interests in health services research and implementation science, with a particular focus on evidence based approaches for managing demand and reducing waiting time for community and outpatient services.
Alessandro Jatoba, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazil
Alessandro Jatoba is a professor and research lead at the Center for Strategic Studies of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazil, where he leads the Group for Technology, Information, and Resilience in Public Health (ResiliSUS). He is also a professor of Resilience in Healthcare at the Fluminense Federal University. His research enables healthcare providers to draw solutions that encompass fair and sustainable policies, processes, and technologies applied to the management of resources and coordination of care to respond to current and emerging needs, especially in low and middle-income countries.
Yafang Tsai, Chung Shan Medical University, Taiwan
Dr Yafang Tsai is a Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management of Chung Shan Medical University in Taiwan. Tsai got two PHD degrees, one in Health Policy and Management and the other in Management. Graduated from National Taiwan University and National Yunlin University of Science & Technology. Dr Tsai is primarily involved in health care management, healthcare marketing, organizational learning, and patient experience. She has published works in international journals, including Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, Journal of Advanced Nursing, Journal of Clinical Nursing, BMC Health Services Research, International Nursing Review, Industrial Marketing Management and so on. Dr Tsai has previously worked in the management department of a medical center in Taiwan.
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