School of Nursing
 

ZHANG Ying

Associate Professor

Email:zhying@shsmu.edu.cn

Office Phone:63846590*776645

Research Interests:pediatric transition to adult health care, family care of children with chronic conditions, nursing care of premature infants, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation for the elderly

OVIERVIEW

  • ZHANG Ying RN, PhD, Associate Professor, mentoring for master students interested in family care of children with chronic conditions and pediatric nursing. She was graduated from a joint doctoral nursing program in Peking Medical University and Johns Hopkins University. She served as Division Chair for the clinical teaching and research division since 2021. She is the Chief of the fundamental nursing teaching team in the School of Medicine, a member of Research Ethics Committee of the School of Public Health and Nursing, a member of Academic Committee of the School of Nursing, Deputy Director of Chinese Hospital Developmental Institute-Nursing Innovative Research Division. The primary focus of Zhang’s program of research is the family care of children with a chronic condition, and of a premature infant. Her research has involved longitudinal or mixed-methods designs and she has experience in the collection and analysis dyadic data. Additionally, her research team also focuses on clinical, maternal or family-related data collection of premature infants from NICU to family, to explore their influence of the growth and development of premature infants.

EDCATINAL BACKGROUND

  • 2006-2009 Pecking Union Medical College & Tsinghua University Medical Division, PhD in Nursing

  • Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (Joint PhD program in Nursing,(CMB04-797)

  • 2000-2003 Fudan University School of Nursing Master Degree in Nursing

  • 1992-1997 Shanghai Medical University, Bachelor Degree in Nursing

VISIT & TRAINING EXPERIENCE

  • 2015.12-2016.5 School of Nursing, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Visiting Scholar

  • 2012.6-2012.11 School of Nursing, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Visiting Scholar

  • 2011.8-2011.11 School of Nursing, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Visiting Scholar

  • 2010.6-2010.6 School of Nursing, Sydney University, Visiting Scholar

  • 2010.8-2010.8 China High Nursing Education Alliance, training for “Adolescent health and development”

  • 2007.7-2007.12 Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Visiting PhD

  • 2005.5-2005.8 Australian Catholic University School of Nursing, Visiting Scholar

  • 2000.5-2000.8 Burapa University School of Nursing, Visiting Scholar

HONORS & AWARDS

  • 2021, Award for Outstanding Cultivate Talent, Shanghai Educational Development Foundation

  • 2021, Top-grade Course for Community Health Nursing, Shanghai Educational Committee

  • 2021, The Best Paper of the Year Award, Chinese Journal of Nursing

  • 2021, Teaching Achievement Award, Second Prize, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

  • 2020, The Best Paper of the Year Award, Chinese Journal of Nursing

  • 2020, Faculty Mentoring Award for Undergraduate students’ thesis, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine

  • 2020, Faculty Mentoring Award for Undergraduate students’ thesis, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine

  • 2018, Citation for Outstanding Contributions for Education , Shanghai Jiao Tong University

  • 2018, Excellence in Course ideological - political Instruction Award, Second Prize, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine

  • 2017, Faculty Award for Excellence in Post-graduate Education, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine

  • 2016, Excellent Paper in Socio Science, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

  • 2015, Award for Advanced visiting Scholarship, Wang Kuanchen Medical funding from Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine

  • 2015, Excellent Paper in Socio Science, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

  • 2015, Organization Award for Educational Administration Excellence, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine

  • 2013, Teaching Achievement Award (Rank No.2), Shanghai Educational Committee

  • 2012, Nomination for Top Ten Youth, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine

  • Organization Award for Faculty Excellence

  • 2011, Recipient of the annual Award for Post-Doctoral Training Program, Singma Theta Tau International& International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing

  • 2011, Excellence in Course Construction Award, Shanghai Educational Committee

RESEARCH PROJECT

  • Principal Investigator, “Synergic Effect of NICU stressor-Feeding Patterns-maternal-infant interaction” on the development of premature infants with high risks at 24 months CA: Perspective Cohort Study (2020040024), Funded by Shanghai Municipal Health Commission, 2021–2023

  • Principal Investigator, “pediatric transition readiness to adult health care: Influence factors and promoting strategies (2018BGL034), Funded by Shanghai Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science, 2019–2021

  • Principal Investigator, “Family Management of Adolescence with Chronic Conditions and Health Care Practice in Transition from Multiple perspectives (201540212), Funded by Shanghai Municipal Health Commission, 2016–2018

  • Principal Investigator, “Two-way Interactive family-based Psychological Interventional Study based on International research-education-service: Children with Chronic Conditions (12YS029), Funded by Shanghai Educational Committee, 2012–2014

  • Principal Investigator, “Family Study on Children with Chronic Conditions”, Funded by Singma Theta Tau International& International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing, 2011–2011

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Children or Adolescent with Chronic Conditions

  • ZHOU Si-si, GONG Ge-yan, MA Jia-li, GAO Wen-ying, ZHANG Ying (Corresponding Author). Analysis of the interdependence between chronic kidney disease child-parent transition readiness and the quality of life of both parties. Journal of Shanghai Jiao Tong University (Medical Science): 2021,41(12):1587-1595

  • Zhou Sisi, Gong Geyan, Zhang Ying (Corresponding Author). Visual analysis of domestic and foreign literatures on adolescent chronic disease nursing in recent five years. Chinese Journal of Practical Nursing: 2021,37(33):2629-2634.

  • MA J, Gong G, Zhang T, Zhang Y (Corresponding Author). Influence of transition readiness from paediatric to adult health care on quality of life in child–parent dyads with long-term conditions. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2021;77(5):2340-2352.

  • Gong Geyan, Shen Yuanqing, Gao Wenying, Ma Jiali, Zhang Ying (Corresponding Author).Differences in family management patterns and family resilience in children with brain tumors. Chinese Journal of Behavioral Medicine and Brain Science,2020,29 (11):1-6.

  • Gong Geyan, Ma Jiali, Zhou sisi, Zhang Ying (Corresponding Author).ResearchProgressonkeytasksandinterventionsofdifferentstakeholdersintransitionreadinessforchildrenwithchronicdisease.Journal of Nursing Science, 2021,36(3):103-106

  • Jiali Ma, Qinglin Yu, Wenwen Ding,Taomei Zhang, Ying Zhang(Corresponding Author).Psychometric properties of the ‘Self-Management and Transition to Adulthood with Rx = Treatment Questionnaire’ in Chinese children and young people with chronic diseases. Int J Nurs Pract. 2020;e12880

  • Sheng Nan;Ma Jiali;Ding Wenwen;Zhang Ying(Corresponding Author) . Cluster analysis for family management of Chinese children with chronic kidney diseases, Journal of Health Psychology, 2020,25(6):755-765.

  • Ma Jiali;Yu Qingling,;Ding Wenwen;Zhang Taomei;Zhang Ying(Corresponding Author);Chinese Family Care Patterns of Childhood Rheumatic Diseases: A Cluster Analysis,International journal of nursing sciences, 2020, 7(1): 41-48.

  • Sheng Nan;Ma Jiali;Ding Wenwen;Zhang Ying(Corresponding Author);Effect of caregiver-involved interventions on the quality of life of children and adolescents with chronic conditions and their caregivers: A systematic review and meta-analysis, Quality of Life Research, 2019,28(1):13-33.

  • Sheng Nan;Ma Jiali;Ding Wenwen;Zhang Ying(Corresponding Author);Family management affecting transition readiness and quality of life of Chinese children and young people with chronic diseases,Journal of Child Health Care, 2018, 22(3):470-485

Nursing Care for Premature Infants

  • ZHANGTaomei1,ZHAOLijin2,GONGGeyan1,ZHANGYing(Corresponding Author). Studyonimpactofmaternalanxietyanddepressionontrajectoriesofphysical growthprematureinfantsdischargedfromneonatalintensivecareunit.Chong Qing Medicine, 2021,50(14):2412-2418.

  • Zhang T, Zhao L, Ding W, Ma J, Zhang Y(Corresponding Author).The influence of perinatal and maternal factors on physical growth at 12 months in prematurely born infants treated in the neonatal intensive care unit: A retrospective chart review and a prospective cohort study. Int J Nurs Stud, 2020 Jun 1;109:103656. doi: 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2020.103656

  • ZhangTaomei,Ding,Wenwen,ZhaoLijin,MaJiali,ZhangYing(CorrespondingAuthor). Associationamongmaternalmoods,familyresponseandneurodevelopmentinhighriskprematureinfantsat3-monthofcorrectedage. Journal of Nursing Science, 2020,(07):23-26

  • Zhao Lijin, Ding Wenwen, Zhang Taomei, Zhang Ying(Corresponding Author).Influencing factors associated with transition time to achieve full oral feeding for premature infants in neonatal intensive care unit. Chinese Journal of Practical Nursing: 2020,(01):2-7

  • ZHAO Li-jin1 , DUAN Yi , ZHAO Min-hui1 ,ZHANG Ying(Corresponding Author). Analysis the Influence of Maternal Emotional and Psychological Factors and Family Management on Preterm Infants Underweight at 12 Months of Corrected Age. Journal of Nursing(China):2019,(23):55-60

  • ZHAO Li-jin, DUAN Yi , ZHAO Min-hui1 ,ZHANG Ying(Corresponding Author).Current status of the mother’s stress in kangaroo mother care. Chinese Journal of Modern Nursing, 2019,(17):2128-2132

  • DING Wenwen,XIANG Yijin,MA Jiali,ZHANG Ying(Corresponding Author). Analysis on features and related factors of physical growth in very low birth weight preterm infants in 12 months of corrected age. Chinese Journal of Nursing, 2019,(01):52-57

  • Ding W,Zhao L,Sheng N,Zhang Y(Corresponding Author). Impact of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit oral feeding on neuropsychomotor outcomes at 9 months of corrected age in Chinese low‐birthweight preterm infants: A retrospective study[J]. J Clin Nurs, 2018, 28(3-4): 420-429

Published Abstracts

  • Zhang Ying(汇报);Wei Min;Zhang Yaqinag;Shen Nanping;Chinese family management of chronic childhood conditions: A cluster analysis;US-SINO Forum: Advancing Nursing Research and Education Across the Globe,美国,North Carolina,Durham,2014-03-09 至2014-03-11.

Conference presentations and/or abstracts

  • Zhang Ying(汇报);Wei Min;Zhang Yaqinag;Shen Nanping;Chinese family management of chronic childhood conditions: A cluster analysis;US-SINO Forum: Advancing Nursing Research and Education Across the Globe,美国,North Carolina,Durham,2014-03-09 至2014-03-11.

  • Zhang Ying(汇报); Wei Min;Hae-Ra Han;Zhang Yaqing;Shen Nanping; Testing the applicability of the family management style framework to Chinese families,11th International Family Nursing Conference - Honoring the Past, Celebrating the Future,美国,Minnesota,Minneapolis,2013-06-19 至2013-06-22

  • Zhang Y (2009). “ Chinese Family Management of Childhood Chronic Disease and Family Intervention Study”. Paper presented at the 13th Asian Pacific Congress of Pediatrics and 3rd Asian Pacific Congress of Pediatric Nursing

TEACHING

  • The Development and Application of Nursing theory, MSC course

  • Pediatric Nursing, BSN course

  • Community Health Nursing, BSN course

  • Nursing Research, BSN course (Co-teach)