Dr Khic-Houy Prang is a Research Fellow in the Evaluation and Implementation Science unit, Centre for Health Policy, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health. She is a health services researcher and holds a PhD in Public Health, Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) and a Bachelor of Arts. She has expertise in epidemiology, evaluation, and mixed-methods research design. Her research has spanned the areas of public performance reporting of hospitals on quality of care, patient experiences of healthcare, patterns of healthcare services utilisation, social support and injury recovery. Her current research project involves a critical evaluation of the suitability of registry trials in the oncology setting and identifying factors necessary for such trials to succeed.