Dr. Sian Tsuei is currently a third year PhD student in Population Health Sciences PhD with a concentration in Global Health and Population. He is theoretically interested in health systems from an organizational behaviour perspective, and geographically interested in the east Asian context.
His current projects explore why hospitals comply with payment reforms, how hospitals react to accreditation policies, how goal setting theory affects payment reform executions, and how integrated care organizations might affect intrinsic motivation of physicians.
Before his PhD studies in health systems, he has dabbled in medical education research. He published “Exploring the construct of psychological safety in medical education” as a part of the Research in Medical Education Competition.
He is also a practicing family physician who provides telemedicine and walk-in medical consultations. He previously pursued Biotechnology / Economics and Independent Studies at the University of Waterloo.