Professor of Peking University, doctorial supervisor.
Zhang Tuohong is vice dean of the Department of Health Policy and Management of the School of Public Health of Peking University, and vice director of the National Institute of Hospital Administration.
Her professional orientation is social medicine.
She obtained a doctorate degree from the Department of Public Health of Jichi Medical University, and a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree from the School of Public Health of Beijing Medical University.
In 2003, she was a senior visiting fellow at the Department of Public Health of the University of Liverpool, and in 2001 she was a visiting scholar at the School of Tropical Diseases of the University of Liverpool.
Expert for the Ministry of Health Expert Consultation Committee for Tuberculosis, member of the Academic Committee of the Chinese Hospital Management Association, and director of the Social Medicine Branch of the China Preventive Medicine Association.
1. Evaluation research on the Implementation progress (2004-2006) of the “Outline for Primary Health Care in Rural Areas of China (2001-2010)”, person in charge.
2. Research on health services and medical planning in Chaoying District of Beijing (2005), person in charge.
3. Research on for-profit hospitals in China’s transitional economy (2003-2005), person in charge. The research was funded by the China Medical Board, and assisted by the China Centre for Economic Research and the Institute of Sociology and Anthropology of Peking University.
4. Research on taxes on for-profit hospitals in China (2003), major researchers. The research was funded by the Ministry of Health, led by the National Institute of Hospital Administration, and assisted by Peking University and the Development Research Centre of the State Council.
5. Social Evaluation Research on China’s tuberculosis control programme (2003-2004), major researchers. The research was funded by the World Bank/DFID. The pilot project was carried out in Inner Mongolia, and jointly completed by the School of Public Health of Peking University and Fudan University.
1. Comparative Analysis of Non-Profit Hospitals and For-Profit Hospitals in a Southern Province, Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration, 2006;22(1):63-5
2. Analysis of the Institutional Environment of 48 Non-Profit Hospitals and For-Profit Hospitals in Guangdong Province, Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration, 2005;25(3):9-11
3. Doctor-Patient Interaction, and the Discovery and Treatment of TB Patients in Poverty-Stricken Areas, Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration, 2005;21(7):481-3
4. The socioeconomic determinants of TB perception in Inner Mongolia, China，Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health，2004; 58: SuppII: A25
5. Thoughts on the Goals of Well-Off Society in the East, Health Economics Research, 2004; (7):7-9