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Dr MinHae Park

BA MSc PhD

Assistant Professor

Room
133

LSHTM
15-17 Tavistock Place
London
WC1H 9SH
United Kingdom

Tel.
02079272714

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Services Research & Policy. I am part of the Clinical Effectiveness Unit, a collaboration between LSHTM and the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Previously, I have worked on NIHR-funded programmes of research on patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) in dementia, and childhood obesity interventions

My first degree was in Human Sciences (University of Oxford), followed by an MSc in Reproductive and Sexual Health Research and a PhD in Non-communicable Disease Epidemiology from LSHTM.

Affiliations

Department of Non-communicable Disease Epidemiology
Department of Health Services Research and Policy
Faculty of Public Health and Policy

Teaching

I teach on the Basic Statistics for PHP and Reviewing the Literature modules, and am a tutor for the MSc Public Health. I also contribute to the Clinical Research Methods for Surgeons short course at the Royal College of Surgeons of England. 

I co-supervise two research degree students, and am an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Research

My current research focuses on using national routine data to evaluate hospital care for people with cancer.

I am a methodologist on the National Oesophago-gastric Cancer Audit (NOGCA) and the Cleft Registry and Audit Network (CRANE). 

I am also involved as a researcher on the Education and Child Health Insights from Linked Data (ECHILD) project, which is run by University College London.

Research Area
Clinical databases
Health services research
Discipline
Epidemiology
Disease and Health Conditions
Cancer
Chronic disease
Non-communicable diseases
Country
United Kingdom

Selected Publications

The association between guideline adherence, age and overall survival among women with non-metastatic breast cancer: A systematic review.
Miller K; Kreis IA; Gannon MR; Medina J; Clements K; Horgan K; Dodwell D; Park MH; Cromwell DA
2022
Cancer Treatment Reviews
Impact of postoperative chemotherapy on survival for oesophagogastric adenocarcinoma after preoperative chemotherapy and surgery.
Rahman S; Thomas B; Maynard N; Park MH; Wahedally M; Trudgill N; Crosby T; Cromwell DA; Underwood TJ
2021
British Journal of Surgery
Prediction of long-term survival after gastrectomy using random survival forests.
Rahman SA; Maynard N; Trudgill N; Crosby T; Park M; Wahedally H; Underwood TJ; Cromwell DA; NOGCA Project Team; AUGIS
2021
The British journal of surgery
School absence and achievement in children with isolated orofacial clefts.
Fitzsimons KJ; Deacon SA; Copley LP; Park MH; Medina J; van der Meulen JH
2020
Archives of disease in childhood
Improving the assessment and management of obesity in UK children and adolescents: the PROMISE research programme including a RCT
Viner RM; Kinra S; Christie D; Cole TJ; Costa S; Croker H; Fry T; Hsia Y; Hudson L; Kessel AS
2020
Programme Grants for Applied Research
Caregiver burden and quality of life two years after attendance at a memory clinic.
Park MH; Smith SC; Hendriks AAJ; Black N
2019
International journal of geriatric psychiatry
Memory assessment services and health-related quality of life: 1-year follow-up.
Park MH; Smith SC; Ritchie CW; Hendriks AAJ; Black N
2018
International journal of geriatric psychiatry
Is the effectiveness of memory assessment services associated with their structural and process characteristics?
Park MH; Black N; Ritchie CW; Hendriks AAJ; Smith SC
2017
International journal of geriatric psychiatry
Change in Health-related Quality of Life After Referral to Memory Assessment Services.
Park MH; Smith SC; Chrysanthaki T; Neuburger J; Ritchie CW; Hendriks AAJ; Black N
2017
Alzheimer disease and associated disorders
Sociodemographic Characteristics, Cognitive Function, and Health-related Quality of Life of Patients Referred to Memory Assessment Services in England.
Park MH; Smith SC; Neuburger J; Chrysanthaki T; Hendriks AAJ; Black N
2017
Alzheimer disease and associated disorders
The benefits and harms of providing parents with weight feedback as part of the national child measurement programme: a prospective cohort study.
Falconer CL; Park MH; Croker H; Skow Á; Black J; Saxena S; Kessel AS; Karlsen S; Morris S; Viner RM
2014
BMC public health
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