王燕

个人简介  

1982年毕业于北京医学院卫生学系,获学士学位,
1983-1985年在北京医科大学公共卫生学院卫生统计与医学人口专业学习获硕士学位,
1989年获得美国霍普金斯公共卫生学院健康科学硕士学位,
1994年获得美国霍普金斯公共卫生学院公共卫生博士学位。
自1985年毕业留校任教,历任公共卫生学院卫生统计学系讲师和副教授。
自1995年5月起,在妇幼卫生教研室工作。
1997年起任系主任,1999年晋升教授,2000年担任博士生导师。
曾任WHO & UNICEF & UNFPA、世界银行等国际组织短期咨询专家。
现任卫生部生殖健康专家组成员,中国妇幼保健协会常务理事,《中国生育健康杂志》等多个杂志副主编、常务编委或编委

研究领域

妇女儿童流行病学,主要研究孕产妇及婴幼儿健康及影响因素。

代表性科研项目(5项)

1、孕产妇死亡对家庭经济的影响, 2008-2011,资助方:世界卫生组织

2、母子系统保健及母子健康综合干预项目外部评估研究,2006-2011,2011-,资助方:联合国儿童基金会

3、全球孕产妇和新生儿保健调查, 2010-2011,资助方:世界卫生组织

4、孕期罹患糖尿病危险因素研究,2013-,资助方:教育部博士点基金

5、中国剖宫产率升高的原因及干预策略研究,2013-,资助方:联合国儿童基金

发表的论文(10篇)

1.Feeding Practices in 105 Counties of Rural China. Child: Care, Health and Development, 2005, 31(4): 417-423.

2.A population-based survey of women’s traditional postpartum behaviours in Northern China. Midwifery, 2008,24(2): 238-245 (SCI=1.169).

3. Women's Postpartum Practices and Chronic Pain in Rural China. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 2009, 13:206–212.

4. An infant and child feeding index is associated with child nutritional status in rural China. Early Human Development, 2009, 85: 247–252.

5. Levels of persistent organic pollutants in human milk in two Chinese coastal cities, Tianjin and Yantai: Influence of fish consumption. Chemosphere. 2009, 75:634-639.

6. Using the Theory of Planned Behavior to examine effectiveness of an educational intervention on infant feeding in China. Preventive Medicine. 2009, 49:529-534

7. The risk of melamine-induced nephrolithiasis in young children starts at a lower intake of level than recommended by the WHO. Pediatric Nephrology, 2010, 25(1): 135-41

8. Stunting and ‘overweight’ in the WHO Child Growth Standards – malnutrition among children in a poor area of China. Public Health Nutrition. 2009, 12(11):1991-1998.

9. The Immediate Economic Impact of Maternal Deaths on Rural Chinese Households. PLoS One. 2012;7(6):e38467.

10. Effectiveness of an intervention on uptake of maternal care in four counties in Ningxia, China. Tropical Medicine and International Health. 2012; 17(12):1441-1448.