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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Dr Min Peng, PhD Health Economics


Health Economist

Telephone: 07536137930


I joined Queen Mary University of London as a Health Economist in November 2023, focusing on health economics research, data analysis, and quantitative research with large data sets.

Before this, I pursued my PhD in Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London and hold a Master’s in Health Management from the University of Leeds and a Master’s in Public Health from Central South University, China. My role at QMUL involves conducting quantitative research, using statistical techniques to analyse longitudinal data sets.


Research Interests:

I’m interested in the areas of Economic Evaluation, Decision-analytic modelling and Cost-effectiveness analysis.


Outstanding publications

  • Book 《Emergency Psychological Rescue Work Guideline (2022) 》(ISBN 978-7-117-34024-3), People's Health Publishing House, (Co-Author and deputy editor)
  • Peng, M., Xiao, T., Carter, B., and Shearer, J., Evaluation of system based Psychological First Aid training on the mental health proficiency of non-specialist health workers in emergency services: a cluster randomised controlled trial in China BMJ Open (under review)
  • Peng, M., Xiao, T., Carter, B., Chen, P. and Shearer, J., 2022. Evaluation of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of psychological first aid (PFA) system based training for frontline health workers in emergency health services in China a study protocol of a cluster randomized controlled trial. Frontiers in Psychiatry,
  • Peng, M., Xiao, T., Carter, B., Chen, P. and Shearer, J., 2022. Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of Mental Health Interventions Delivered by Frontline Health Care Workers in Emergency Health Services: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(23), p.15847.
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