Health Human Resources Development Center, National Health Commission, China
Dr. Zhang Junhua is currently the Director General, Secretary of the Party Committee, Health Human Resources Development Center, National Health Commission of China. He graduated from Huazhong University of Science and Technology Tongji Medical College (bachelor of medicine) in June 1989, and received a masterâ€™s degree from the Public Health College of University of the Philippines in July 1997 as well as a doctorate degree from University of Sydney School of Medicine in April 2004. He was successively employed as a visiting professor by Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Southern Medical University and Beijing Normal University. From 2008 until 2014, he was a core teacher of the hospital management capacity building training class of Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. He established the Chinese Hospital President Humanistic Quality Advanced Research and Studies Project in cooperation with the Psychology Department of Tsinghua University. Since June 2005, at the Health Human Resources Development Center of the National Health Commission, he has been consecutively in charge of international cooperation and exchange, training of health personnel, clinical professional qualification examination and nursing licensing examination; etc. At present, he fully presides over the work of the Center. His research areas include health human resources, health policies and hospital management. He once served as Chairman of the Asia-Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health (AAAH), Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Human Resources, Editorial Board Member of the Human Resources for Health Magazine, and WHO Expert on human resources management, education and training. He established the Chinese Hospital President Development Program in Arts and Humanities in cooperation with the Psychology Department of Tsinghua University. He has been supervising his staff to make efforts in the development, designing and successful implementation of international training programs for the senior health executives, hospital administrators and clinic physicians, including the flagship training programs at Harvard University, Stanford University, EHESP, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Chicagoï¼Œ Columbia University, Duke University and Washington University (St. Louis) , and Cambridge University, King's College London, etc.