Xie Zheng, 41, a female professor at Peking University School of public health, died and went to CCTV to talk about epidemic prevention

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 Xie Zheng, 41, a female professor at Peking University School of public health, died and went to CCTV to talk about epidemic prevention


Xie Zheng, a member of the Communist Party of China and associate professor of the Department of global health, Peking University School of public health, died in Beijing on the afternoon of June 4, 2020 at the age of 41.

According to the school of public health of Peking University, Mr. Xie Zheng loves public health and is committed to the development of public health and public health education in poor areas. She devoted herself to the construction of Chinas global health discipline, went to African countries with arduous conditions for many times, and made great contributions to the establishment of the first public health teaching and research base of Peking University. She is committed to Chinas global health governance and Chinas global health diplomacy. She has continuously participated in the World Health Assembly and executive committee. As an expert, she has participated in the consultation of the World Health Organizations interaction framework with non state actors. As a representative of the Western Pacific region, she has participated in the who reform working group. She is a rare young talent in the field of domestic global health governance.

According to the school of public health of Peking University, during the new crown epidemic, Mr. Xie always focused on the national and international situation, participated in the consultation of epidemic response strategies, submitted the global health strategy report to the country, and was invited as a special commentator of CCTV international channel to interpret and introduce the progress of international epidemic prevention and control. Mr. Xie is an ideal, responsible, knowledgeable and dedicated worker in the field of global health.

According to the public information, Xie Zheng, deputy director and associate professor of global health, School of public health, Peking University. Main research fields: health system and policy, global health governance, health development assistance. He has taught in the school of public health, Peking University since 2007, and served as a technical officer in the Department of aging, who from June 2018 to June 2019. She has published more than 70 articles in international and domestic journals (including 35 first / corresponding authors), one monograph and two monographs. As the project leader, he has undertaken projects including natural science fund, Ministry of Education Humanities and social sciences fund, CMB health system bidding project, etc.; as the main participant, he has undertaken DFID China UK global health support project, China Australia Health and AIDS cooperation project, China UK health support project and many other international cooperation projects. On behalf of China, he participated in the consultation on whos framework for interaction with non state actors throughout the process, and participated in the who reform working group as a representative of the Western Pacific region.

Xie Zhengs social positions also include: member of global health branch of Chinese Preventive Medicine Association, young member of social medicine branch of Chinese Preventive Medicine Association, young member of Health Management Branch of Chinese Preventive Medicine Association, member of medical security special committee of Chinese Social Security Association, and member of Health Management Branch of Beijing Medical Association.

The main research directions of Associate Professor Xie Zheng are: 1. Global health governance, focusing on the governance and management mechanisms of major global health actors, including whos interaction with non-state actors, whos governance reform, etc. 2. Global health development assistance, focusing on the management system of international health development assistance, evaluation of Chinas foreign health development assistance projects (malaria as an example), and evaluation of the effectiveness of international health development assistance projects in China. 3. Health policies and systems, focusing on the organization and provision of health services (suppliers) and patients medical behaviors (demanders).

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