II.Principal Investigator

III. Partners

IV. Goals

V. Duration

VI. Main Activities

VII. Deliverables

Peking University School of Public Health (SPH) was established 6 decades ago and is one of the leading research and education institutions in China on public health and policy. SPH has 10 departments, including departments of Health Policy and Management, Global Health, and Social Medicine and Health Education. SPH established departments and academic teams working on health policy and systems three decades ago and has made great contributions to the country through scientific research, education programs, and policy services.

Professor Qingyue Meng, is a Doctoral Tutor and the Executive Director of PKU China Center for Health Development Studies as well as the Head of the Key Laboratory for Health Economics and Policy in the NHFPC. He also has the following part-time titles: he is a member of the NHFPC Advisory Committee on Health Policy and Management and a member of the NHFPC Advisory Committee of Tuberculosis Control; he is also a member of the Executive Committee of WHO Health Policy and System Research Alliance, the Committee of Socio-economic Behavior Studies, and a member of the Advisory Committee on International Health Policy Research Network.

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; School of Public Health, Fudan University; Ifakara Health Institute; Henan Provincial Health Bureau.

To synthesize and analyze China’s experiences and lessons in health system strengthening over the past six decades from the perspective of global health, and help China improve its contribution to global health.

From Jan. 2014 to Dec. 2015

Capacity building; distillation and synthesis of China’s experiences and lessons through systematic review and secondary data analysis; comparative study; relevance analysis; generalization of research and evidence; partnership with core institutions; knowledge dissemination.

Strengthened capacity of health system researchers, delivery of publications and papers relevant to health system studies, improved policy influence, and established research partnerships on global health.