中文

Faculty

Jin Yinzi

Jin Yinzi

Jin Yinzi

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

B.A, School of Public Health, Peking University, China, 2013;

B.A, School of Sociology, Peking University, China, 2013;

Ph.D., China Center for Health Development Studies, Peking University, China, 2018;

Post doctor, Department of Global Health, Peking University, 2018 -2020;

Assistant Professor/Associate Researcher, Department of Global Health, Peking University, 2020-Present;

Health Systems Global, Emerging Voices Governance Board Member for the Western Pacific region since 2020;

Youth Commissioner of the BMJ Quality & Safety (Chinese) since 2019;

She was awarded the Innovation Research Award by Youth Committee of Healthcare Management of China Preventive Medicine Association.

Main research directions

Global health governance, Health system and policy, Global strategies of prevention and control for chronic non-communicable diseases.

Representative scientific research projects

1. China Medical Board, 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, 2021-2024, 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. 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;

4. China National Postdoctoral Science Foundation, Study on relationship between accessibility of emergency medical services and health outcomes in Chinese typical cities, 2018-2020, PI;

5. Shenzhen Municipal Health Committee, Develop and Optimize Emergency Medical System and Medical Priority Dispatch System, 2019-2024, key member

6. Medtronic Philanthropy, Global Heart Rescue Network, 2015-2020, key member

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-e200241.

2. 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.

3. Jin Y, Zhu D, He P*. Social causation or social selection? The longitudinal interrelationship between poverty and depressive symptoms in China. Social Science & Medicine, 2020: 112848.

4. Jin Y, He P*. Antihypertensive treatment and depressive symptoms in Chinese middleaged and older hypertensive adults: a populationbased longitudinal study. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 2020; 35: 312-320.

5. Jin Y, Luo Y, He P*. Hypertension, socioeconomic status and depressive symptoms in Chinese middle-aged and older adults: Findings from the China health and retirement longitudinal study. Journal of affective disorders, 2019, 252: 237-244.

6. Jin Y, Wang H, Wang D, Yuan B*. Job satisfaction of the primary healthcare providers with expanded roles in the context of health service integration in rural China: a cross-sectional mixed methods study. Human resources for health, 2019, 17(1): 1-13.

7. Jin Y, Jing M, Ma X*. Effects of Digital Device Ownership on Cognitive Decline in a Middle-Aged and Elderly Population: Longitudinal Observational Study. Journal of medical Internet research, 2019, 21(7): e14210.

8. Jin Y, Jing M, Zhang L, Song S, Ma X*. Internet Access and Hypertension Management Among the Elderly Population: A Nationally Representative Cross-Sectional Survey in China. Journal of medical Internet research, 2019, 21(1): e11280.

9. Jin Y, Yuan B, Zhu W, Zhang Y, Xu L, Meng Q*. The interaction effect of health insurance reimbursement and health workforce on health careseeking behaviour in China. The International journal of health planning and management, 2019, 34 (3): 900-911.

10. Jin Y, Zhu W, Yuan B, Meng Q*. Impact of health workforce availability on health care seeking behavior of patients with diabetes mellitus in China. International journal for equity in health, 2017, 16(1): 80-89.