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Faculty and Staff Profile

Lu Shi

Assistant Professor


Office: 525 Edwards Hall
Phone: 864-656-0495
Email: LUS@clemson.edu
 

 Educational Background

Ph.D. Policy Analysis
F.S.P. RAND Graduate School 2008

M.A. Media Studies
Syracuse University 2004

B.A. English linguistics
Peking University 1997

 Courses Taught

HLTH 831 Quantitative methods
HLTH 475 Health care operations research and practice
HLTH 490 Research and evaluation in public health
HLTH 361 Health economics
HLTH 497 Creative inquiry

 Profile

Lu Shi is an assistant professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences. His research interests include simulation and modeling, empirical methods, health economics, and complementary and alternative medicine.

 Research Interests

simulation modeling; health economics; behavioral economics; complementary and alternative medicine; population health

 Research Publications

(*first author is a mentee; † corresponding author)

1. Shi L. Zhang D, Chen L, Truong KD. “Weekend effect" or "Saturday effect"? An analysis of hospital mortality for patients with ischemic stroke in South Carolina” (accepted by Circulation)

2. Orenstein PV and Shi L† "Microsimulation modeling of coronary heart disease: maximizing the impact of nonprofit hospital-based interventions" (Accepted by Inquiry: The Journal of Health Care Organization Provision and Financing )

3. Shi L, Summey J, Spitler H, Truong K. Liquor Store Density and Acute Pancreatitis Hospitalization (Accepted by Journal of Substance Use)

4. Egan B, Li J, Chen L, Shi L, Wagner S, Fleming D, Davis R, Sinopoli A. Does the Method for Assessing Hypertension Control Impact Potential J-Curve Related Risk if healthy People 2020 Control Goals Are Met. (Accepted by Journal of Clinical Hypertension)

5. Jin J, Liang D, Shi L and Huang J., 2016. Trends in Between-Country Health Equity in Sub-Saharan Africa from 1990 to 2011: Improvement, Convergence and Reversal. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13(6), p.620.

6. Gao Y, Shi L†, Smith, K.C., Kingree, J.B. and Thompson, M., 2016. Physical Aggression and Mindfulness among College Students: Evidence from China and the United States. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13(5), p.480.

7. Huang J and Shi L, 2016. The effectiveness of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) for survivors of breast cancer: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 17(1), p.1.

8. Zhang D, Shi L, Tian F. and Zhang L, 2016. Care Utilization with China’s New Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme: Updated Evidence from the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study 2011–2012. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, pp.1-9.

9. *Tedder M, Shi L, Si M, Franco R and Chen L. 2015. eMindfulness Therapy—A Study on Efficacy of Blood Pressure and Stress Control Using Mindful Meditation and Eating Apps among People with High Blood Pressure. Medicines, 2(4), pp.298-309.

10. Gao Y and Shi L† 2015. Mindfulness, Physical Activity and Avoidance of Secondhand Smoke: A Study of College Students in Shanghai. International journal of environmental research and public health, 12(8), pp.10106-10116.

11. Shi L, Zhang D, van Meijgaard J, MacLeod KE and Fielding JE 2015. The Interaction Between an Individual’s Acculturation and Community Factors on Physical Inactivity and Obesity: A Multilevel Analysis. American journal of public health, 105(7), pp.1460-1467.

12. Zhang D, van Meijgaard J, Shi L, Cole B, Fielding J. Does neighbourhood composition modify the association between acculturation and unhealthy dietary behaviours? Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2015.

13. Zhang Y, Zhang D, Jiang Y, Wanqi S, Yan W, Chen W, Li S, Shi L et al. Association between Physical Activity and Teacher-Reported Academic Performance among Fifth-Graders in Shanghai: A Quantile Regression PLoS ONE. 2015;10:e0115483+

14. Mao Y and Shi L†. Neighborhood Social Environment and Health Communication at Pre-pregnancy and Maternal Stages among Caucasian and Asian Women: Findings From the Los Angeles Mommy and Baby (LAMB) Survey Advances in Public Health. 2014.

15. Chao S M., Wakeel F, Herman D, Higgins C, Shi L, et al. The 2007 Los Angeles Mommy and Baby Study: A Multilevel, Population-Based Study of Maternal and Infant Health in Los Angeles County Advances in preventive medicine. 2014.

16. Shi L, Zhang D. An Agent-based Model to Evaluate Positive Externality of Smoking Cessations. China Health Review 2014; V4.2: 6-11

17. Shi L, An R, and Van Meijgaard J. Cigarette smoking and abdominal obesity: a meta-analysis of observational studies. Journal of Substance Use 2013;18.6: 440-449.

18. Huang J, Shi L†, Chen Y. Staff retention after the privatization of township-village health centers: a case study from the Haimen City of East China BMC Health Services Research. 2013;13:136.

19. Shi L., Meijgaard J., Fielding J. E.. Long-Term Effects of Health Factor Modification in Milwaukee County. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 2013;19:133-138.

20. Shi L, Zhang D. China's New Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme and Underutilization of Medical Care Among Adults Over 45: Evidence From CHARLS Pilot Data The Journal of Rural Health. 2013.

21. Meijgaard J, Shi L, Simon P. Trends in Recreational Computer Use Among Latino Children in California Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. 2012:1-5.

22. Zhou H, Shi L, Mao Y, Tang J, Zeng Y. Diffusion of new technology, health services and information after a crisis: a focus group study of the Sichuan ” 5.12” Earthquake. The International Journal of Health Planning and Management. 2012.

23. Shi L, Kanouse D, Baldwin S, Kim J. Perceptions of HIV/AIDS in One's Community Predict HIV Testing AIDS and Behavior. 2012:1-8.

24. Wang R, Shi L†. Access to food outlets and children's nutritional intake in urban China: a difference-in-difference analysis. Italian Journal of Pediatrics. 2012;38:30.

25. Cheng KG., Ortiz DJ., Weiss RE, Shi L., et al. Patterns of alcohol consumption and factors influencing problematic drinking among Angolan soldiers. Journal of Substance Use. 2012:138-149.

26. Shi L., Meijgaard J., Simon P. The association between acculturation and recreational computer use among Latino adolescents in California Pediatric Obesity. 2012;7:E33-E36.

27. Huang JY, Shi L. Differences in behavioral outcomes between first-year and second-year participants in a community-based colorectal cancer education intervention. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2011;12(12):3323-3329.

28. Shi L, Tian H, McCarthy W, Berman B, Wu S, Boer R. Exploring the uncertainties of early detection results: model-based interpretation of mayo lung project BMC Cancer. 2011;11:92+.

29. Shi L, Iguchi MY. "Risk homeostasis" or "teachable moment"? the interaction between smoking behavior and lung cancer screening in the Mayo Lung Project. Tobacco Induced Diseases. 2011;9(1):2.

30. Shi L, Mao Y. Weekend television viewing and video gaming are associated with less adolescent smoking. Journal of Substance Use. 2011;16(2):109-115.

31. Shi L, van Meijgaard J, Fielding J. Forecasting diabetes prevalence in California: a microsimulation. Preventing Chronic Diseases 2011;8(4):A80. http://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2011/jul/10_0177.htm.

32. Shi L, Mao Y. Excessive recreational computer use and food consumption behaviour among adolescents Italian Journal of Pediatrics. 2010;36:52+.

33. Shi L, Meijgaard JV. Substantial decline in sugar-sweetened beverage consumption among California’s children and adolescents. International Journal of General Medicine. 2010:221+.

34. Shi L. The Association between the Availability of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage in School Vending Machines and Its Consumption among Adolescents in California: A Propensity Score Matching Approach. Journal of Environmental and Public Health. 2010.

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