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Tianan Yang

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TIANAN YANG

PERSONAL INFORMATION

PHONE NUMBER    +86-10-6891-8132 (Office), +86-10-6891-2483 (Fax)

EMAIL      tianan.yang@bit.edu.cn

DATE OF BIRTH       August 26th, 1984

NATIONALITY Chinese

ADDRESS 5 South Zhongguancun Street, Haidian District, 100081 Beijing, P. R. China

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

Primary: Stress Management, Aging, Occupational Health and Safety Secondary: Human Resource Management, Healthcare Manegement

 

 

WORKING EXPERIENCE

 

2016.2- Present        Evidence-based Medicine & Public Health [ISSN 2380-8500]      USA

 

  • Editorial board member

 

2015.2- Present      International Commission on Occupational Health     Milan, Italy

 

  • Membership in Scientific Committee for Work Organization and Psychosocial Factors, and Scientific Committee for Aging

 

2014.11- Present   Beijing Institute of Technology   Beijing, China

 

          School of Management and Economics

 

  • Assistant Professor in Stress management, Human Resource Health Management and Industrial-Organizational Psychology

 

2011.9-2014.08      Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München   Munich, Germany

 

          Chair for Health Services Research and Public Health

 

  • Research Assistant in the “Mental Health Training through Research Network in Europe” and “World Disability Survey”
  • Doctoral Projects: “Effective stress interventions at workplace” and “Determinants of Productivity loss: a comprehensive analysis of stress-related factors at work Using Structural Equation Modelling Approach”

 

2008.9-2011.7         Peking Union Medical College, Tsinghua University     Beijing, China

 

           Institute of Medical Information

 

  • Research Assistant in the Projects of Institute of Medical Information, such as the "Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences Researchers Literature and Information Features and Capabilities Analysis" and the “E-Book Resources Construction"

 

 

 

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS

 

2015.1- 2016.12   The Investigation of Presenteeism at the Workplace of China: Based on Larges Enterprises

 

  • Funded by Beijing Institute of Technology (Principle Investigator)

 

2015.1- 2019.12   Data Analysis and Decision for Healthcare

 

  • Funded by National Science Funding of China (Participant)

 

 

EDUCATION

 

2011.9-2014.8         Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München   Munich, Germany

 

            Chair for Health Services Research and Public Health, the Institute of Medical Information Processing, Biometry and Epidemiology

 

  • PhD in Public Health, August 2014  (GPA: 2.0/1.0)

 

2008.9-2011.7         Peking Union Medical College, Tsinghua University     Beijing, China

 

            Institute of Medical Information

 

  • Master in Management Science, June 2011 (GPA: 3.66/4.0)

 

2008.9-2009.6         Peking University    Beijing, China

 

           Chinese Centre of Economic Research

 

  • Economic Courses Learning: Financial Market, Money and Banking (GPA: 3.43/4.0)

 

2003.9-2008.6         Huazhong University of Science & Technology (HUST)         Wuhan, China

 

            School of Medicine and Health Management, Tongji Medical College

 

  • Bachelor in Management Science, June 2008 (Rank: 6/28)

 

PUBLICATIONS & AWARDS

 

  • Deng, J., Yang, T. The Changes and Trends of Public Organizations in Contemporary Governance Model [J]. JOURNAL OF BEIJING INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (SOCIAL SCIENCES EDITION). 2016, (3): 93-97.(Chinese)
  • Yang, T., Deng, J., Liu, Y., Chen, Q., Chen, Z., Shen, Y.M. Chinese medical staffs in private hospitals are more productive than those in public hospitals, really? International Conference on Sustainable Employability. 2016. Brussels.
  • Yang, T., Deng, J., Liu, Y., Chen, Q., Chen, Z., Shen, Y.M. What makes medical staffs from public hospitals to Private hospitals? Work; Age, Health and Employment – Evidence from Longitudinal Studies. 2016. Wuppertal.
  • Yang, T., Deng, J., Liu, Y., Chen, Q., Chen, Z., Shen, Y.M. Chinese medical staffs in private hospitals are more productive than those in public hospitals, really? The 26th China-China-Korea-Japan Joint Conference on Occupational Health. 2016. Beijing.
  • Yang, T., Shen, Y.M., Zhu, M., Liu, Y., Deng, J., Chen, Q., See, L.C., Effects of Co-Worker and Supervisor Support on Job Stress and Presenteeism in an Aging Workforce: A Structural Equation Modelling Approach. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health (SCI). 2016, 13(1): 72.
  • Yang, T., Zhu, M., Xie, X., The Determinants of Presenteeism: A Comprehensive Investigation of Stress-related Factors at Work, Health and Individual Factors among Aging Workforce. Journal of Occupational Health (SCI). 2016. 58(1):25-35.
  • Yang, T., Chen, Q., Zhu, M. “Is Occupational Stress Equally Addressed: A Systematic Review on Effective Stress Interventions”. Evidence-based Medicine & Public Health. 2016 (Under Review; invited Review)
  • Yang, T., Shen, Y.M., Xie, X., Zhu, M., Social Support, Job stressors and Presenteeism: A structural Equation Modelling Approach, in The 31st International Conference on Occupational Health. 2015: Seoul.
  • Yang, T. Young Investigator Award (the only research scholar from Greater China, including China mainland, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan), in The 21st Asian Conference on Occupational Health. 2014: Fukuoka.
  • Yang, T., et al., A Broad Concept of the Determinants of Presenteeism: A Comprehensive Investigation of Stress-Related Factors at Work Using Structural Equation Modelling Approach, in The 21st Asian Conference on Occupational Health. 2014: Fukuoka.
  • Yang, T., et al., Effective Stress Interventions at the Workplace: A Systematic Literature Review, in The 21st Asian Conference on Occupational Health. 2014: Fukuoka.
  • Tianan Yang, Bin Li. “The Research Development of Non-Communicable Chronic Disease Prevention & Control in China”. Journal of Medical Research. 2011,(4): 9-11. (Chinese)