SZU General Hospital

Wei Han
SZU General Hospital
Emergency Medicine
Chief Physician
简介:

 


BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH


NAME: Wei Han


POSITION TITLE: Deputy Director of the Emergency Department


EDUCATION/TRAINING

INSTITUTION AND LOCATION

DEGREE

COMLETION DATE

FIELD OF STUDY

Tianjin University, Tianjin

M.D.

Ongoing

Biomedical Engineering

Xinjiang Medical University, Xinjiang

Master of Medicine

1999

Orthopedics

Xinjiang Medical University, Xinjiang

Bachelor of Medicine

1993

Clinical Medicine

 

A. Personal statement

Dr. Wei Han is a Chief Physician, Postgraduate Tutor and Postdoctoral Tutor. During four years working in the emergency department of the Hong Kong University-Shenzhen Hospital, Dr. Han received systematic training of emergency medicine at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Hong Kong, mastered the diagnosis and triage mode of international "General Emergency", and comprehended the international emergency treatment process, especially in the fields of emergency medicine, trauma treatment and sports medicine. Dr. Han is a compound emergency doctor with rich experience in common diseases of internal medicine, general surgery, pediatrics, gynecology and obstetrics.

Achievements: 

1. Management: Dr. Han established the emergency department of Shenzhen University General Hospital, and now all the sub-specialties are in practice. Dr. Han has a high-level administrative management skills: he formulated Quality Management Documents (third edition), and established the performance evaluation program and doctor's annual “one-person-one-plan” program, which is strictly implemented to accelerate the development of emergency department. Dr. Han has successfully introduced the “Sanming Project of Medicine” in Shenzhen and organized national conferences. In 2019, the emergency department was recognized as an excellent department of Shenzhen University General Hospital. In 2020, it was the only department to receive COVID-19 patients.

2. Teaching: Postdoctoral tutor / Postgraduate tutor: currently one post-doctorate and two postgraduate candidates.

3. Scientific Research: Hosted two projects at the municipal level; finished one municipal level project.

4. Publications (corresponding author or the first author ): Published 19 articles & 2 monographs.

5. Academic Participation: Member of the Standing Committee of the National Association, Deputy Chairman of provincial associations and two Deputy Chairman positions for municipal societies.

6. Journal Position: Member of the Editorial Board for core periodicals.

7. Continuing Education (Overseas): 21 days of hospital management training in Texas Medical Center (TMC).

 

B. Positions and honors

Positions

2019-present: Postdoctoral Instructor, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, China

2017-present: Deputy Director, Chief Physician & PI of the Sanming Project of Medicine in Shenzhen, Shenzhen University General Hospital, Shenzhen, China

2013-2017: Chief Physician, Associate Consultant, Hong Kong University-Shenzhen Hospital, Shenzhen, China

1999-2013: Chief Physician, Associate Professor, Master Instructor, The Second Affiliated Hospital of Shantou University Medical College, Shantou, China

1993-1996: Resident Physician, Armed Police General Hospital of Xinjiang, Xinjiang, China

 

Honors

2008 Award for Science and Technology, Shantou, second prize

2005 Award for Science and Technology, Shantou, third prize

2002 Award for Science and Technology, Shantou, first prize

2002 Award for Chinese Medical Outstanding Achievements, Shantou, first prize

2002 Registration of Science and Technology Achievements in Guangdong

 

C. Representative publications (selected publications in recent five years   5-10篇)

1. Zhou Y, Yang L, Han M, Huang M, Sun X, Zheng W, Han W, Wang J. (2020). Case Report on Early Diagnosis of COVID-19. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 1-8. doi:10.1017/dmp.2020.66 (SCI,IF:1.031, Corresponding author)

2. Ruan ZR, Gong P, Han W, Huang MQ, Han M. A case of 2019 novel coronavirus infected pneumonia with twice negative 2019-nCoV nucleic acid testing within 8 days. Chin Med J 2020;00:00–00. doi:

3.Lin W, Han W, Wen K, Huang S, Tang Y, Lin Z, Han M. The Alterations of Copper and Zinc Homeostasis in Acute Appendicitis and the Clinical Significance. Biol Trace Elem Res.2019 Feb15(SCI, IF:2.431, Co-first author)

D. Funding

Ongoing projects (RMB) from

 

Sanming Project of Medicine in Shenzhen (SZSM201911007)     Aug. 2019 to Aug 2024                                      

Wei Han, PI                                                         ¥15,000,000.00

 

Application of injectable antibacterial hemostatic gel in trauma emergency treatment (KLET-201905)   2020-2021

Wei Han, PI                                                        60,000.00

 

Mechanism of coagulation dysfunction induced by multiple injuries (SUGH2018QD002)     2018-2020

Wei Han, PI                                                         ¥150,000.00