Jin Yinzi

Jin Yinzi

Jin Yinzi

  • associate researcher, master supervisor
  • yzjin@bjmu.edu.cn
  • 38 Xueyuan Road, Haidian district, Beijing, China
Personal profile

Dr Yinzi Jin is a Researcher, Doctoral supervisor, Executive Master of Public Health (EMPH) supervisor of Peking University, and secretary-general of China-ASEAN Science and Technology Cooperation Center for Public Health. Dr. Jin’s research focuses on global health governance, universal health coverage and health systems strengthening, and development assistance for health. Dr. Jin is leading more than 10 international-, national- and provincial-level research projects, funded by China National Natural Science Foundation, China Medical Board, Beijing Natural Science Foundation, World Health Organization, and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Based on the studies, she has published more than 50 peer-reviewed papers as a corresponding or first author, and has been invited to present in several international academic conferences, including the Global Health Symposium on Health Systems Research, Prince Mahidol Award Conference, World Health Summit, etc. She leads the undergraduate course on Global Health, the graduate course on Global Health Leadership in Practice, the graduate course on Health Project Management, and the EMPH course on International Health Project Management. She serves as Health Systems Global, Emerging Voices Governance Board Member for the Western Pacific region since 2020, China representative supervisor of Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) Global Health Course since 2019, and Lecturer of Training Course on International Cooperation in Health Management among the Belt and Road Countries, National Health Commission since 2018. She is also serving as Consultant of the Chinese delegation for the Program, Budget and Administration Committee, Executive Board, World Health Assembly, and G20 Joint Finance and Health Ministers’ Meeting.

Main research directions

Global Health Systems, Development Assistance for Health, Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality Improvement, Global Strategy of Noncommunicable Diseases Prevention and Control

Representative scientific research projects

1. China National Natural Science Foundation, An Implementation Study on the Impact of Optimized Medical Care Coordination System for Acute Chest Pain on Patient Safety from the Perspective of Collaborative Risk Management, 2023-2026, PI

2. China National Natural Science Foundation, Modelling on System Delays in Treatment of Acute Myocardial Infarction and Optimization Strategies of System Operational Mechanism, 2020-2023, PI

3. China Medical Board, Open Competition Research Program on Health Policy and System Sciences, The Impact of COVID-19 Outbreak on Quality of Care for Acute Cardiac Events: Program Optimization and Implementation in Response to a Major Public Health Emergency, 2021-2023, PI

4. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Improving Access to Emergency Medical Services in Rural China, 2022-2024, PI

5. Beijing Natural Science Foundation, An Implementation Study on the Impact of Optimized Regional Coordinative Medical Care System for Acute Chest Pain on Patient Safety, 2022-2025, PI

6. Beijing Natural Science Foundation, Modelling on System Delays in Emergency Medical Services and Optimization Strategies of System Operational Mechanism: Case study on Acute Myocardial Infarction, 2020-2022, PI

7. National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China. Medium and Long-term Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Health Systems in Selected European and American countries, 2022, PI

8. National Administration of Disease Prevention and Control of the People’s Republic of China. China-ASEAN Health Cooperation Needs and Strategies, 2022, PI

9. Peking University, Clinical Medicine Plus X - Young Scholars Project, the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, Development and Validation of a Multi-source Data Driven Model for Pre-hospital Emergency Medical Services Resources Mobilization for Cardiac Arrest, 2022, co-PI

10. Peking University Institute of Area Studies Research Foundation, Group 20 and Global Health Governance: China’s Practice and Challenges, 2021-2022, PI

10 representative papers

1. Song S, Trisolini MG, Labresh KA, Smith SC, Jin Y*, Zheng Z. Factors Associated with County-level Variation in Non-communicable Disease Premature Mortality in the United States, 1999-2017. JAMA Network Open, 2020, 3(2): e200241.

2. Shi H, Li S, Lv J, Wang H, Hou Q, Jin Y*. Maternal and neonatal characteristics associated with clinical outcomes of TOLAC from 2012-20 in the USA: Evidence from a retrospective cohort study. EClinicalMedicine. 2022, 54: 101681.

3. Li Z, Shi J, Li N, Wang M, Jin Y*, Zheng Z. Temporal trends in the burden of non-communicable diseases in countries with the highest malaria burden, 1990-2019: Evaluating the double burden of non-communicable and communicable diseases in epidemiological transition. Globalization and Health. 2022, 18(1): 90.

4. Lu X, Yao Y*, Jin Y*. Digital exclusion and functional dependence in older people: Findings from five longitudinal cohort studies. EClinicalMedicine. 2022, 54: 101708.

5. Le Peng, Zhang J, Li N, Jin Y*, Zheng Z*. Depressive symptoms occurring after stroke by age, sex and socioeconomic status in six population-based studies: Longitudinal analyses and meta-analyses. Asian Journal of Psychiatry. 2023, 79: 103397.

6. Jin Y, Hong C, Luo Y. Sex differences in cognitive aging and the role of socioeconomic status: Evidence from multi-cohort studies. Psychiatry Research. 2023, 321: 115049.

7. Jin Y, Maimaitiming M, Li J, Van Hoving DJ, Yuan B. Coordination of care to improve outcomes of emergency medical services (Protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2023, Issue 3. Art. No.: CD015316. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD015316.

8. Wang M, Yan L, Wang J, Jin Y*, Zheng Z. Global burden of hepatitis B attributable to modifiable risk factors from 1990 to 2019: a growing contribution and its association with socioeconomic status. Globalization and Health. 2023, 19(1): 23.

9. Zhou S, Dong X, Liu F, Zhang Y, Yue D, Zhou Q, Jin Y*, Zheng Z. A Stepped Wedge Cluster Randomized Control Trial to Evaluate the Implementation and Effectiveness of Optimized Initiatives in Improving Quality of Care for ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction in Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak. Implementation Science. 2021, 16(1): 38-52.

10. Jin Y, Song S, Zhang L, Trisolini MG, Labresh KA, Smith SC, Zheng Z*. Disparities in Premature Cardiac Death Among the United States Counties from 1999 to 2017: Temporal Trends and Key Drivers. Journal of American Heart Association. 2020, 9(15): e016340.