School of Nursing

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ZHU Daqiao

Professor

Email: zhudaqiao@aliyun.com

Tel: +86(0)21- 63846590

Bio

  • Dr. Zhu joined the School of nursing, Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2016. She obtained her Master's and Doctor degrees at the Second Military Medical University. Her current research focuses on maternal, child and family health and wellbeing. She has successively applied for three projects, published more than 50 papers as the first author or corresponding author, and edited more than 10 textbooks.

Research interests

  • Health promotion in community care

Honors and Awards

  • She won the third prize of "teaching and educating award" of Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2021.

  • The health assessment (4th Edition) was awarded the second prize of national excellent teaching materials (Higher Education) (ranking 3, as the deputy editor in chief) in 2021.

  • Social Service

  • Deputy editor in chief of the Journal of integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine nursing

  • The editorial board member of the Journal of PLA nursing

Selected Publications

  • Zhu DQ, Norman IJ*, While AE. The relationship between doctors' and nurses' own weight status and their weight management practices: a systematic review. Obesity Reviews,12(6):459-469, 2011. (IF=7.02, 2011)

  • Zhu DQ, Norman IJ*, While AE. The relationship between health professionals' weight status and attitudes towards weight management: a systematic review. Obesity Reviews,12(5):e324-337, 2011. (IF=7.02, 2011)

  • Da Q Zhu, Ian J Norman, Alison E While*. Nurses’ self-efficacy and practices relating to weight management of adult patients: a path analysis. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 2013, 10:131 (IF=3.58, 2013)

  • Zhu D, Norman IJ, While AE*. Nurses' misperceptions of weight status associated with their body weight, demographics and health status. Public Health Nutrition, 2014, 17(3):569-78. (IF=2.679, 2014)

  • D.Q. Zhu, A.E. While, I.J.* Norman and W.Q. Ye.* Weight management care practices of English and Chinese nurses. International nursing review, 2015, 62(4):497-505. (IF=0.95, 2015)

  • Yan Wang, Ye Ding, Daoping Song, Daqiao Zhu*, Jianrong Wang. Attitudes toward obese persons in relation to weight locus of control in a sample of Chinese nurses: a cross-sectional survey. Nursing Research, 2016,65(2): 126–132. (IF=1.356, 2015)

  • Wu R, Zhu B, Chen R, Chen L, Chen R, Zhu D*. Weight Perception Measured by Verbal Descriptions and Visual Descriptions: Which Measurement Correlates with Weight Loss Intentions among Female Nursing Students? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2021; 18(10):5200. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18105200. (IF=3.390)

  • Wang, J., Zhu, D.*, Cheng, X., Liuzhou, Y., Zhu, B., Montgomery, S., & Cao, Y. (2022). Maternal perception of child weight and concern about child overweight mediates the relationship between child weight and feeding practices. Public Health Nutrition, 1-10. doi:10.1017/S1368980022000040. (IF=4.02)

  • Wang J, Zhu B, Wu R, Chang Y-S, Cao Y, Zhu D*. Bidirectional Associations between Parental Non-Responsive Feeding Practices and Child Eating Behaviors: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Longitudinal Prospective Studies. Nutrients. 2022; 14(9):1896. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu14091896. (IF=5.717)