Department of Social Medicine and Health Management
Li Hao (Lecturer)
Date:2015-12-30  Clicks:

Hao Li

Post and title: Lecturer

Department: Social Medicine and Health Management

Tel: 027-68759936-3


Research interests

- Performance management in health care

- The governance of healthcare associated infections (HAIs) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR)

Social service

-Managing editor of Global Health Research & Policy 

- Guest editor of the Journal of International Medical Research in the 2016 special issue

-Guest editor of Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health in the 2015 supplement issue

- Peer reviewer for 5 international journals

-Member of the Social Medicine Division of Chinese Preventive Medicine Association

Research Projects

1.        Executive PI. Estimating the disease burden attributable to healthcare associated infections (HAIs) with antimicrobial resistant (AMR) bacteria in China. U.K. Prosperity Fund. 2015-2016.

2.        PI. Total Factor Productivity Research of Public Hospitals in a Chinese Province: A Bootstrap-DEA Approach. The 50th group of the Scientific Research Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, Ministry of Education, P.R. China. 2015-2016.

3.        Core member. The construction of cost-efficiency model based on Bootstrap-DEA and its applications in public hospitals. China National Natural Science Foundation. 2016-2019.

4.        PI. Technical Efficiency Assessment and Mechanism Innovation: A study of Public General Hospitals. Wuhan University. 2014-2015.

5.        PI. A Study of Global Health Governance Course Design among Chinese Undergraduates in Global Health. Wuhan University Faculty of Medicine. 2014-2015.

Selected Publications

  1. Hao Li, Siping Dong. Measuring and Benchmarking Technical Efficiency of Public Hospitals in Tianjin, China: A Bootstrap-DEA Approach.INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing. 2015. doi: 10.1177/0046958015605487.
  2. Hao Li, Qiqiang He. Public Health Research in China: Some Recent Findings and Implications. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 02/2015;  DOI:10.1177/1010539515575239
  3. Hao Li, Siping Dong, Tingfang Liu. Relative Efficiency and Productivity: A Preliminary Exploration of Public Hospitals in Beijing, China. BMC Health Services Research. 2014. doi:10.1186/1472-6963-14-158.
  4. Hao Li, Sara Barsanti, Anna Bonini. Building China’s municipal healthcare performance evaluation system: A Tuscan perspective. International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 2012, 24 (04): 403-410.


  1. Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health. Supplement Issue. 2015. Guest editor
  2. China-Africa Health Cooperation: The Exploration and Innovation of International Development Aid Theories. People Medical Publishing House. 2015. Deputy Chief Editor.
  3. Global Health Governance. A first edition national textbook. Editor and secretary. To be published by People Medical Publishing House.
  4. Operation Manual of Applying Tracer Methodology in Accreditation and Assessment of Chinese Hospitals (Pilot Edition). 2012. Editor.