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Dr Chiu-Yi Lin is a Research Associate in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London. Before this, she received her MSc degree in 2013 and obtained her PhD in Nursing at the University of Manchester, UK, in 2019. She then joined the Division of Pharmacy and Optometry at the University of Manchester and worked on various projects.

In her early career, Chiu-Yi was a registered nurse in psychiatric inpatient wards at Tri-Service General Hospital, Taiwan (a military hospital). After this, she worked as a lecturer in two college-level institutions. During her career, she has worked at various research institutions, hospitals, colleges, and universities in the UK and Taiwan in the field of health service research.


Research Interests

She is especially interested in military healthcare, military medical ethics, global health and security systems, shared decision making, mental health, quality of life, evidence-based practice, pain management, opioid use, and medical education.


Recent publication

  1. Lin, C., Renwick, L., & Lovell, K. (2022). Health professionals’ perspectives on shared decision-making in secondary mental healthcare: a qualitative study. Journal of Mental Health, 3:1-7. DOI: 10.1080/09638237.2021.2022608
  2. Bricknell, M., Meyer, C., Lin, C., & Gad, M. M. (2021). A Typology for Civil-Military Medical Co-Operation during the Covid Crisis. Defence-in-depth
  3. Lin, C., Renwick, L., & Lovell, K. (2020). Patients' perspectives on shared decision making in secondary mental healthcare: A qualitative study. Patient Education and Counseling, 103(12), 2565-2570. DOI: 10.1016/j.pec.2020.05.030