GLOBAL HEALTH & SOCIAL MEDICINE
Zhihan Liu has published more than 25 papers on Chinese influential academic journals and international conferences. She is leading several projects on the experience and psychological impact of social disadvantaged groups such as the Chinese elders demanding and receiving long-term care, and the Chinese bereaved parents who lost their only-child, granted by the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the Hunan Provincial Department of Education, etc. She also has great research interests in the field of inequity and governance in global health, the ubiquitous computing, AI and other innovative technologies for improving health care delivering. She will spend 12 months in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, working with Professor Arthur Kleinman on several studies including the experience of Chinese patients with depression, the evaluation of China's mental health services development, and the social technologies for Chinese elder care.
Zhihan Liu is an assistant professor of social medicine and health care management in the School of Public Administration at Central South University (CSU) in China. She was granted her PhD in social medicine and health care management from the School of Public Health, Jilin University, a leading research university in Northeastern China. She has recently completed her postdoctoral research in philosophy at the Center for Applied Ethics of CSU. She is also a postgraduate supervisor that being employed both by the School of Public Administration and the Xiangya School of Public Health of CSU.
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