Institution: Central South University
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Minhui Liu is in the planning stages of a feasibility study.
MORE ABOUT MINHUI LIU
Minhui Liu, Associate Professor at Central South University, Associate Dean of the Xiangya-Oceanwide Health Management Research Institute, Adjunct Faculty at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Youth Expert at Shandong University, Guest Professor at Henan University and Henan Provincial People’s Hospital. He has been honoured as Huffman Splane Emerging Nursing Scholar from the University of Toronto, University of Washington Healthy Brain Research Network Scholar from the University of Washington Healthy Aging Scholar, etc. Members of Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI), The Gerontological Society of America (GSA), American Public Health Association (APHA), and Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals (ARHP).
Dr. Liu has long been engaged in research on health promotion, evidence-based exercise and behavioural programs for older adults and has been committed to developing innovative care programs for the Chinese older adults, reducing disability and improving their quality of life.
Dr. Liu has published 36 academic papers and spoken at more than 30 academic conferences at home and abroad. He has independently undertaken eight research projects funded by funds at home and abroad and has been a reviewer for more than 10 scientific journals as a reviewer. He has been invited to give academic lectures at the University of Florida, Central South University, Shandong University, Lanzhou University, Henan People’s Provincial Hospital, and other universities and hospitals. He has close research collaborations with Johns Hopkins University, University of Washington (Seattle), and the University of Sydney.