Research Fellow and Director of Health Service and Policy Research Department, Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs (KIHASA), Korea.
Findings from the 2013 Korean Women Health Statistic Report: Today’s Evidence and Tomorrow’s Issues
Workshop: Gendered Innovations in Engineering Technology & Industry, Clinical Practice and Life Science Research
Nam-Soon Kim is a Research Fellow and Director of Health Service and Policy Research Department at the Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs (KIHASA). She has a keen research interest in women health, gender based analysis and evidence based health policy. She has led multiple projects on such topics as depression, chronic pain and women health statistics with gender perspective. She has served on editorial boards of KIHASA's official journal: Health and Social Welfare Review and scientific board of Korean Association for Health Technology Assessment.
Her research papers and editorials have been published in the Health Policy, Journal of Korean Medical Science and Journal of Korean Medical Association. She received his medical degree from the Wonju College of Medicine, Yonesi University and her doctoral degree in health policy and management from Graduate School of Public health, Seoul National University. She received training for family medicine and preventive medicine.