Tatiana Y. Lin, M.A.
Senior Analyst & Strategy Team Leader
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Tatiana Y. Lin, M.A., Senior Analyst & Strategy Team Leader, conducts and analyzes research on public and population health issues. Her work includes supporting local health departments (LHDs) in planning and implementing quality improvement projects and preparing for public health accreditation, and exploring opportunities for incorporating the Health in All Policies approach into policymaking at the state and local levels. She also leads KHI’s community health improvement strategy team, setting direction for projects aimed at promoting the health of Kansas communities. Lin serves on the Public Health Workforce Development Workgroup and leads efforts that contribute to the development of a training delivery system the public health practice community can use in order to meet accreditation standards. Over the past several years, Lin has presented at various state and national conferences, including the American Public Health Association Annual Meetings.
Lin previously worked for the Kansas Legislative Research Department, where she staffed the House Health and Human Services Committee and the state’s Autism Task Force. She has also been a facilitator and interpreter for programs at the U.S. Library of Congress’ Center for Russian Leadership Development.
Lin earned her master’s degree in political science with a certificate in international service from Kansas State University. She also earned degrees in linguistics and law from Chuvash State University in Cheboksary, Russia.
Testimony was offered by the Kansas Health Institute on Senate Bill 215 and House Bill 2168, both of which would incentivize casino development in Southeast Kansas.
The Kansas Health Institute recently completed its first health impact assessment, which examined the potential health effects associated with casino development in Southeast Kansas. This new report features findings of the health impact assessment and outlines recommendations to maximize the positive health benefits of a proposed casino and mitigate its potential negative effects on health.
A look at community water fluoridation ― the practice of adding fluoride to drinking water ― and its relationship to dental health.
Using the nationally recognized Health in All Policies approach, this workbook examines six key children’s health issues in Kansas and identifies promising policy solutions for addressing these issues.
This presentation describes Kansas' work using the concept of regional cooperation to meet potential national accreditation standards for public health departments.
This presentation describes Kansas' work in the Multi-state Learning Collaborative III. The MLC-3 project marks the second year Kansas has been involved with other states exploring potential impacts of efforts to construct national accreditation standards for public health departments.
Maximizing Office Based Immunizations in Kansas (MOBI-KS) is an educational program designed to improve immunization rates at physician offices. KHI evaluated the program to assess its effectiveness and to identify processes that can be improved.
KHI evaluated the Maximizing Office Based Immunizations in Kansas program, or MOBI-KS, to assess its effectiveness and to identify processes that can be improved.
There are many serious risks to a child’s health. Health risks are influenced by individual, family, neighborhood, school and community factors, as well as the physical environment. Effective economic, educational and health policies are also important to reduce children’s risk for illness and injury.
This report, published by the Immunize Kansas Kids (IKK) project, found that school-based influenza immunization campaigns are a viable way to vaccinate large numbers of children in short periods of time.