Qian Liu Lecturer

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Qian Liu Lecturer

Department of Social Medicine and Health Administration


Emailliuqian2010@tmu.edu.cn

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Qian Liu, Ph.D. from Nankai University, lecturer in the Department of Social Medicine and Health Administration, School of Public Health, Tianjin Medical University. The main research direction: “Health Administration, Health Economics”. In recent years, more than 20 high-level academic journals from SCI & SSCI papers and core journal articles of Peking University have been published including International Journal of Environment Resources and Public Health, Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration, Chinese Health Economics, Nankai Journal (Philosophy, Literature and Social Science Edition), Chinese Health Service Management, Chinese Journal of Public Health, and Modern Preventive Medicine.

  

Research direction

Health Administration, Health Economics

  

Education

1. 20072010, Nankai University, Tianjin, China, Ph.D.

2. 20042007, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, Tianjin, China, Master

3. 20002004, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, Tianjin, China, Bachelor

  

Professional Experience

1. 2015, Tianjin Medical University, Tianjin, China, Postdoctoral Fellow

2. 2010, School of Public Health, Tianjin Medical University, Lecturer

  

Publication

[1]Qian Liu, Bo Li, Muhammad Mohiuddin*, Prediction and Decomposition of Efficiency Differences in Chinese Provincial Community Health Services, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2018, 15(10): 2265.

[2]Qian Liu, Bo Li, Yaogang Wang*. Evaluation of Governmental Health Care Expenditure Performance in China Based on Entropy Weight TOPSIS. Chinese Health Service Management, 2018, 35(9): 649-651, 659.

[3]Qian Liu, Bo Li, Yaogang Wang*. Evaluation on Entropy Weighted TOPSIS Index of Governmental Health Care Expenditure Performance in China. Chinese Health Service Management, 2017, 34(10): 721-723, 734.

[4]Qian Liu, Xinyu Zhang, Yanan Guo, Yao Zhang, Yaxuan Wang, Bo Li, Yaogang Wang*. The Correlation of Hospital Operational Efficiency and Average Length of Stay in China: A Study Based on Provincial Level Data. The 2nd International Conference on Health Policy and Management (HPM2016), Sanya, China, 2016.12.1-2016.12.3.

[5]Bo Li, Qian Liu. Expenditure and Input of Chinese Community Health Service Institution: A Study Based on Grey System Theory. International Academic Conference on Economic Science and Management Engineering (ESME2016), Guilin, China. 2016.11.4- 2016.11.6.

[6]Qian Liu, Bo Li, Yaogang Wang*. Study on the Efficiency and Influential Factors of Community Health Service in China. Chinese Health Service Management, 2016, 33(3): 171-173.

[7]Qian Liu, Yaogang Wang*. Study on the Correlation Between Regional Average Length of Stay and Hospital Operation Efficiency of China. Modern Preventive Medicine, 2016, 43(11): 1971-1975.

[8]Yaxuan Wang, Shu Li, Yanan Guo, Yaogang Wang, Qian Liu*. Optimal Allocation of Hospital Resources in China Based on Reasonable Average Days of Stay: Research and Prediction. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration, 2016, 32(5): 365-368.

[9]Bo Li, Qian Liu. Grey Correlation Analysis of the Relationship Between Expenditure and Input of Township Health Centers in China. Chinese Health Service Management, 2016, 33(8): 588-590.

[10]Hang Zhang, Lin Zhao, Qian Liu, Xinyu Zhang, Yao Zhang, Yaogang Wang*. Efficiency of Health Resource Allocation in China: Data Envelopment and Stochastic Frontier Analysis. Chinese Journal of Public Health, 2016, 32(9): 1195-1197.

[11]Qian Liu, Bo Li, Yaogang Wang*. Analysis of Regional Differences in Health Service Capacity and its Influencing Factors. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration, 2015, 31(6): 463-466.

[12]Bo Li, Qian Liu. Studying on the Efficiency of Medical Services in Township Health Centers and its Influencing Factor. Chinese Health Service Management, 2015, 32(11): 856-859.

[13]Bo Li, Qian Liu. Studying on the changes and differences of efficiency of healthcare service in township health centers. Chinese Health Service Management, 2015, 32(5): 377-379, 396.