Qi Zhi, MPH

Title(s)Research Data Analyst II, CEO
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    University of California, Los AngelesMPH06/2012Epidemiology

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    Qi Zhi, MPH, is an Assistant Specialists in IHPS at UCSF, School of Medicine. She graduated from UCLA with a Master degree in Public Health, specialized in Epidemiology. Prior to UCSF, she works as a special data analyst at the San Francisco City, Department of Public Health, HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program. As a junior researcher, her interests lie in HIV/AIDS, infectious disease, public health surveillance, home health care safety, senior health care, occupational health and disaster preparedness and responses.

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    1. The Influence of Social Supports on Graduate Student Persistence in Biomedical Fields. CBE Life Sci Educ. 2019 09; 18(3):ar39. Estrada M, Zhi Q, Nwankwo E, Gershon R. PMID: 31441719.
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    2. Neighborhoods matter. A systematic review of neighborhood characteristics and adolescent reproductive health outcomes. Health Place. 2018 11; 54:178-190. Decker MJ, Isquick S, Tilley L, Zhi Q, Gutman A, Luong W, Brindis CD. PMID: 30312942.
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    3. Psychosocial Influences on Disaster Preparedness in San Francisco Recipients of Home Care. J Urban Health. 2017 Oct; 94(5):606-618. Gershon RR, Portacolone E, Nwankwo EM, Zhi Q, Qureshi KA, Raveis VH. PMID: 28028677.
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    4. Mass-Fatality Incident Preparedness Among Faith-Based Organizations. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2017 Dec; 32(6):596-603. Zhi Q, Merrill JA, Gershon RR. PMID: 28673371.
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    5. Self-reported Preparedness to Respond to Mass Fatality Incidents in 38 State Health Departments. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2017 Jan/Feb; 23(1):64-72. Merrill J, Zhi Q, Gershon RR. PMID: 27870718.
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    6. Experiences and Psychosocial Impact of West Africa Ebola Deployment on US Health Care Volunteers. PLoS Curr. 2016 Sep 21; 8. Gershon R, Dernehl LA, Nwankwo E, Zhi Q, Qureshi K. PMID: 27803840.
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    7. Mass fatality preparedness among medical examiners/coroners in the United States: a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health. 2014 Dec 15; 15:1275. Gershon RR, Orr MG, Zhi Q, Merrill JA, Chen DY, Riley HE, Sherman MF. PMID: 25511819.
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