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Min Hee Kim

PhD Student. Social Work/Sociology Graduate - 2019

Min Hee Kim

Min Hee Kim is a doctoral candidate in the Joint Program in Social Work and Sociology. Her research interests lie at the intersection of policy, distribution, and the delivery of long-term services and supports; she aims to improve the health and well-being of aging populations, particularly older adults with disabilities with disadvantaged background. She is deeply committed to informing policy advocacy and practice through her research. Collectively, her research and teaching is motivated by her research experiences on policies that affect a diverse vulnerable population, her practice work as a direct care worker and a care coordinator for older adults with disabilities in Japan and South Korea, and her experience as a policy analyst in international contexts.

Dissertation Title

Geographic Distribution of Aging and Health-Related Resources in Urban Neighborhoods: Implications for Health Care Delivery to Community-Dwelling Older Adults with Physical and/or Cognitive Impairment

Education

Year Degree   School
2019 PhD University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2009 MSW Seoul National University
2006 BA Chung Ang University, Seoul, South Korea

Websites

https://directory.ucsf.edu/people/search/id/188486

Year Description
2018 - Fall Rackham Travel Grant
2016 - Winter Global Social Work Learning Community Joint World Conference Grant
2016 - Sp/Su Faculty Allies for Diversity Manuscript Writing Fellowship
2015 - Winter Rackham Barbour Scholarship

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