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Ha Do Byon earned his PhD from the University of Maryland School of Nursing and dual master's degrees in public health and community/public health nursing from Hunter College's School of Public Health and its School of Nursing. His dissertation - “Exploration of risk factors for client violence toward direct care workers in the home setting using an ecological model” - cemented his scholarly focus on the myriad challenges and issues faced by home care workers, clinicians, and non-clinicians. His research currently focuses on preventing workplace violence and improving incidents reporting in the community settings.
Ha Do employs both quantitative and qualitative research methods in his research. He especially has expertise in applying advanced statistical methods including latent class analysis, multilevel modeling, and complex survey data analysis. He teaches graduate nursing courses in statistics and was a clinical preceptor for community health practicum. He was a home-visiting community health nurse for low-income, elderly residents with the Brooklyn-based Metropolitan Jewish Health System and with the Harlem-based Union Settlement Homecare in New York City.