Amy Hoang-Kim

Faculty Member

Accepting Students

Dr. Hoang-Kim’s primary research is in musculoskeletal disorders and rehabilitation, especially in the field of osteoporosis and fracture. She has extensive knowledge in building consensus for the primary purpose of developing core sets of outcome and prioritizing research for upper limb extremity injuries.

Amy has chaired several international working groups and currently is chair of the Orthopaedic Research Society’s International Section of Fracture Repair.  She has also contributed to policy work and program economic analysis and evaluation with the ministry of health and ministry of long-term care.

Other Affiliations:

  • Chair, Orthopaedic Research Society – International Section for Fracture Repair
  • Senior Policy Advisor, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Long-Term Care

Professional Interests:

Clinical Epidemiology, Orthopaedic Surgery, Outcome and Evaluation, Health System Performance, Measurement, Health Policy, Qualitative research