Professor Janet Xiang-Yu Hou

PhD (Queensland University of Technology), Master of Medicine by Research (Peking University), Graduate Certificate in Applied Buddhist Studies (Nan Tien Institute), BA (Medicine, Shandong University), Cert IV (Training and Assessment, The University of Queensland)

Academic Dean

An academic researcher in health with experience in international research development, Professor Janet Xiang-Yu Hou has wide-ranging teaching experience in universities, in both Australia and China. Professor Hou has an effective and engaging teaching style, and extensive experience in academic development.

Career Summary

  • Associate Professor in epidemiology and research methods at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in 2013 – 2016
  • Associate Lecturer, Lecturer and Senior Lecturer at QUT
  • Director of Research Development in North Asia at QUT
  • Medical Affairs Director for Greater China, Mead Jonson Pediatric Nutrition Institute
  • Project Manager at Queensland Health DG’s office
  • Associate Professor in clinical physiology and sports medicine at Peking University
  • International Project Officer for Faculty of Health at QUT in International Development
  • Team doctor for China national table tennis team.
  • Fundraising for local communities in Queensland via networking with government, professionals and local community representatives, raising $40,000 for the 2013 Queensland floods.

Scientific and Technical Expertise

  • Epidemiology
  • Health program evaluation
  • Research Methods, Evidence Based Practice
  • Public/population Health, Health Education and Promotion, International Health
  • Para-professional Interpreter in English ↔ Mandarin, qualified by Australian National Accreditation Association in Translating and Interpreting (NAATI), since 2003

Awards

  • QUT Vice Chancellor’s Performance Award in international research development, 2015
  • QUT Faculty of Health “Colleague’s Choice Award” for consistent and high quality international development work, 2007
  • “Best Research Paper” in a Queensland State Conference in Exercise Science, 2000

Contact

email: j.hou@nantien.edu.au 
phone: (02) 4258 0721

Research and Teaching Grants
  • 2010 – 2013 QEMRF: Rapid assessment of cardiac chest pain: The Australia and New Zealand Assessment of chest Pain Rule (ANZAP rule): A prospective validation study. Cullen L, Brown A, Than M, Hou X-Y, Greenslade J, Hammet C Ungerer J, Chu K, Parsonage W. $581,223

  • 2008-2010 Queensland State-wide Trauma Network Grant, Evaluation of a new Massive Transfusion Protocol for exsanguinating trauma patients, Hurn C, Chu K, Muller M, Hou X-Y, $87 000.

  • 2008-2010 Queensland State-wide Trauma Network Grant, Triaging older major trauma patients in the Emergency Department, Lukin W, Chu K, Greenslade J, Hou X-Y, $38 000.

  • 2010 – 2012 Queensland Emergency Medicine Research Foundation: Project Grant, Ordering less Pathology test safely at ED, Chu K, Spain D, Aitken P, McNeil I, Greenslade J, Lind J, Furyk J, Sinnot M, Hansen D, O’Dwyer  M, Malliot KA, Ford M, Rowthwell S, Cullen L, Hou X-Y and Brown A. $130,723,

  • 2009 – 2012 Queensland Emergency Medicine Research Foundation: Specialist Grant,  Evaluation of Hospital In Nursing Home Program in Queensland, Lukin B, Hou X-Y, FitzGerald G, Green D, O’Cornner A, Graves N, Barnard A, Greenslade J, Chu  K, Watt K, Clark M, Courtney M. $297,846,

  • 1/4/2016 – 31/3/2018. Guangdong Provincial Department of Science and Technology, Xuemei Wang, Jun Zhao, Shengzhen Zhou, Minjuan Huang, Qi Fan, Weihua Chen, Ian Mackinnon, Xiang-Yu Hou, Zoran Ristoviski, Godwin Ayoko, Lidia Morawska, Yuantong Gu, Felipe Gonzalaez, Xinming Wang, Yanli Zhang, Qihou Hu, Zhou Zhang, Wei Deng, Junyu Zheng, Zibing Yuan, Qinge Sha:  The impact of atmosphere oxidative change on the formation of the aerosol  in autumn at the area of Pearl River Delta and the development of controlling policies, RMB$1,000,000 (=AU$250,000)

  • 2008 Early Career Support Grant from SPH, QUT: $1,500

  • 2008 IHBI Special Initiative Research Grant: $3,000

  • 2008 QUT Teaching and Learning Research Grant, Enhancing Real World Learning Experiences through International Public Health Placements in East Asia, Dunne M, Hou X-Y, Vine D, Firth So, Watts J. $20,000

  • 2008-2010 Queensland State-wide Trauma Network Grant, Evaluation of a new Massive Transfusion Protocol for exsanguinating trauma patients, Hurn C, Chu K, Muller M, Hou X-Y, $87 000.

  • 2008-2010 Queensland State-wide Trauma Network Grant, Triaging older major trauma patients in the Emergency Department, Lukin W, Chu K, Greenslade J, Hou X-Y, $38 000.

  • 2008 – 2010 Queensland Emergency Medicine Research Foundation: Specialist Grant, Accelerated pathway in the assessment of suspected acute coronary syndrome in the Emergency Department: A diagnostic accuracy study,  Cullen L, Brown A, Than M, Greenslade J, Hammet C, Hou X-Y, Ungerer J, Chu K, Parsonage W,  $193,994

  • 2009 IHBI Research Development Grant: $5,000 (With Prof Michael Dunne)

  • 2009 IHBI Research Development Grant: $5,000, Pilot Study for HiNH project

  • 2009 QUT Teaching and Learning Research Grant, Enhancing Real World Learning Experiences through International Public Health Placements in  Asia, Dunne M, Hou X-Y, Vine D, Firth So, Watts J. $20,000

  • 2009 – 2010 Queensland University of Technology Centre of Public Health Research Initiation Grant, A pilot study in GP survey to investigate the guidelines in practice in dealing with mental health presentations among nursing home residents in AustraliaHou X-Y:  $3000

  • 2010, QUT Outbound Student Mobility Fund: Enhancing work-integrated learning and final year transition to professional practice through international public health placements. Dunne M, Fleming M, Hou X-Y, Vine D, Nalder J, Murray L. $25,000.

  • 2011 QUT Student Outbound Mobility Fund, Paramedic Students Professional Field Experience in Tianjin Emergency Centre PR China – a pilot project $9,000. Hou X-Y.

  • 2012 QUT Student Outbound Mobility Fund, Paramedic Students Professional Field Experience in Hainan Medical University Trauma Centre at PR China – a pilot project $6,000. Hou X-Y.

  • 2013 – 2016 China National Natural Science Foundation: To build a trauma system that suits Hainan China, C Lu, X Hou, H Zhang, Y Yang, X Hu, J Miao, Y Shen, H Zhang, W Yuan, H Chen. RMB$360,000.

  • 2013-2014 Australia Federal Government, Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education, Hou X-Y, AsiaBound Short Term Mobility Programs for Paramedic Students, $1,3500

  • 2014 QUT Student Outbound Mobility FundHou X-Y. Public Health Students Professional Field Experience in Shandong University and Shandong CDC, PR China $6,000.

  • 2015 QUT Student Outbound Mobility FundHou X-Y. Public Health Students Professional Field Experience in SunYat Sen University School of Public Health, PR China. $12,000.

  • 2013-2014 Australia Federal Government, Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education, MaryLou Fleming, Hou X-Y, AsiaBound Short Term Mobility Programs for Public Health Students, $1,3500

  • 2015 -2016, Australian Government, Department of Education and Training, New Colombo Plan Mobility Program, “Developing Asian Sensibilities and Multidisciplinary Understanding for Future Public Health Professionals in China Program”, MaryLou Fleming, (XY Hou as project coordinator): $18,000

Selected Papers and Publications
  • Book Chapters

    1. Shuang Zhong, Xiang-Yu Hou, Michelle Clark, Yuli Zang, Lu Wang, Laingzhong Xu, Gerard FitzGerald (December 2016): Chapter 3 Disaster Resilience in Tertiary Hospitals: A Cross-Sectional Survey in Shandong Province, China: Preparedness, Response, Resource Management, and Education. In book: International Disaster Health Care, pp.35-70; DOI: 10.1201/9781315365787-4

    2. Xiang-Yu Hou: Chapter 4: Emergency Medicine in China. In Blaivas M, Emergency Medicine – an international perspective, pages 73 – 94, InTech, USA, ISBN number: 978-953-51-0333-2, March 2012.

    3. Xiang-Yu Hou: Chapter 14: The Impact of Globalisation on Health. In Fleming and Parker, Introduction to Public Health, pages 326 – 349, Elsevier Australia, Melbourne, December 2011

    4. Xiang-Yu Hou: Chapter 13: The Impact of Globalisation on Health. In Fleming and Parker, Introduction to Public Health, page 307 – 331, Elsevier Australia, Melbourne, October 2008

    Journal Articles

    1. Olivia Fisher, Julie-Anne Carroll, Ian Shochet, Xiang-Yu Hou, Wendell Cockshaw: Predictors of the two continua of mental wellbeing and mental illness: a multi-theory mediation analysis of a cross-sectional study in two generations, BMC Public Health, under review

    2. Guan-Hao He, Esben Strodl *, Wei-Qing Chen *, Fan Liu, Alimila Hayixibayi, Xiang-Yu Hou (2019): Interpersonal Conflict, School Connectedness and Depressive Symptoms in Chinese Adolescents: Moderation Effect of Gender and Grade Level, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH), 16:2182 – 2197

    3. Lijun Fan,Bill Lukin, Jingzhou Zhao, Jiandong Sun, Kayleen Dingle, Rhonda Purtill, Sam Tapp, Xiang-Yu Hou (2018):  Cost analysis of improving emergency care for aged care residents under a Hospital in the Nursing Home program in Australia; PLOS ONE, 13(7): e0199879. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0199879  

    4. Li Liu, Lijun Fan, Xiang-Yu Hou, Chuan-An Wu, Xiao-Na Yin, Guo-Min Wen, Dengli Sun, Dan-Xia Xian, Hui Jiang, Jin Jing, Yu Jin, Wei-Qing Chen (2018): Family Childcare Types and Conduct Problem Behaviors in Young Children: The Mediation Role of Caregiver-Child Interaction, Frontiers Pediatrics, 6:217. doi: 10.3389/fped.2018.00217

    5. Kevin H Chu, Ibrahim Mahmoud, Xiang-Yu Hou, Craig D Winter, Rosalind L Jeffree,  Nathan J Brown (2018): Incidence and outcome of subarachnoid haemorrhage in the general and emergency department populations in Queensland from 2010 to 2014, Emergency Medicine Australasia, 30(4):503-510. doi:10.1111/1742-6723.12936

    6. Zhenzhen Qin, Fei Xu, Qing Ye, Hairong Zhou, Chao Li, Jing He, Zhiyong Wang, Xin Hong, and Xiangyu Hou (2018): Sugar-sweetened beverages and school students’ hypertension in urban areas of Nanjing, China, Journal of Human Hypertension, 32:392 -396

    7. Jun He, Xiang-Yu Hou, Sam Tolloo, Gerry FitzGerald (2017): Patients’ choice between public and private hospital emergency departments: A cross-sectional survey, Emergency Medicine Australasia, 29(6): 635 – 642

    8. Qingmei Lin, Xiang-Yu Hou, Xiao-Na Yin, Guo-Min Wen, Dengli Sun,  Dan-Xia Xian, Lijun Fan, Hui Jiang, Jin Jing, Yu Jin, Chuan-An Wu, Wei-Qing Chen (2017): Prenatal exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and hyperactivity behavior in children aged around three years. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14: 1132 -1144

    9. Stuart Leske, Esben Strodl, Catherine Harper, Susan Clemens, and Xiang-Yu Hou (2017):  Predictors of dieting and non-dieting approaches among adults living in Australia, BMC Public Health 17(1):214 -231

    10. Lixin Yang, Xiang-Yu Hou, Yongjie Wei, Phong Tai (2017): Biomarkers of the health outcomes associated with ambient particulate matter exposure, Science of the Total Environment, 579: 1446-145

    11. Jing Li, Alistair J Woodward, Xiang-Yu Hou, Tong  Zhu, Jinliang Zhang, Helen Brown, Jun Yang, Rennie Qin, Jinghong  Gao, Shaohua Gu, Jing Li, Lei Xu, Xiaobo Liu, Qiyong Liu (2017): Short-term interactive effects between air pollutants and temperature on mortality: a systematic review and meta-analysis, Science of the Total Environment, 575:1556-1570

    12. Alan Barnard, Xiang-Yu Hou, Bill Lukin (2016): Director of nursing experiences of a hospital in the nursing home program in South East Queensland, Collegian: The Australian Journal of Nursing Practice, Scholarship and Practice, 23:341 -348

    13. Lijun Fan, Xiang-Yu Hou, Jingzhou Zhao, Jiandong Sun, Kaeleen Dingle, Rhonda Purtill, Sam Tapp, Bill Lukin (2016): Hospital in the Nursing Home program reduces emergency department presentations and hospital admissions from residential aged care facilities in Queensland, Australia: A quasi-experimental study, BMC Health Services Research, 16: 46 – 56

    14. Bill Lukin, Li-jun Fan, Jing-zhou Zhao, Jian-dong Sun4, Kaeleen Dingle, Rhonda Purtill, Sam Tapp, Xiang-Yu Hou (2016): Emergency department use among patients from residential aged care facilities under a Hospital in the Nursing Home scheme in public hospitals in Queensland Australia, World Journal of Emergency Medicine, 7(3):181-190

    15. Jun He, Sam Tolloo, Xiang-Yu Hou, Gerry FitzGerald (2016): A qualitative study of patients’ choice between public and private hospital emergency departments, Emergency Medicine Australasia, 28:159-163

    16. Fisher, Olivia J., Hou, Xiang-Yu, & Shochet, Ian (2015): The relationship between parents’ and their adolescent children’s mental health and mental illness. American Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences, 5(5):227-230.

    17. Fan, Lijun, Lukin, William, Zhao, Jingzhou, Sun, Jiandong, & Hou, Xiang-Yu (2015): Interventions targeting the elderly population to reduce emergency department utilisation: A literature review. Emergency Medicine Journal, 32(9):738-743.

    18. Kou Kou, Xiang-Yu Hou, Jian-Dong Sun, Kevin Chu (2015): Doctor’s Knowledge and Practices of Traumatic Brain Injury Management in Chinese Prehospital Settings. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 30(6): 1-9

    19. Khalid Aboalshamat, Xiang-Yu Hou, Esben Strodl (2015): The impact of a self-development coaching programme on medical and dental students’ psychological health and academic performance: A randomised controlled trial, BMC Medical Education, 15:134-147

    20. Fatmah Jabr Alsolami, Ignacio Correa-Velez, Xiang-Yu Hou (2015): Factors Affecting Antihypertensive Medications Adherence among Hypertensive Patients in Saudi Arabia, American Journal of Medicine and Medical Science, 5(4):181-189

    21. Ibrahim Mahmoud, Rob Eley and Xiang-Yu Hou (2015), Subjective reasons why immigrant patients attend the emergency department, BMC Emergency Medicine, 15:4-9

    22. Khalid Aboalshamat, Xiang-Yu Hou, Esben Strodl (2015): Psychological well-being status among medical and dental students in Saudi Arabia: A cross-sectional study. Medical Teachers, 37(s1):s75-s81  

    23. Stuart Leske, Esben Strodl, Catherine Harper, Susan Clemens, and Xiang-Yu Hou (2015):  Psychological distress may affect nutrition indicators in Australian adults, Appetite, 90:144-153

    24. Kou Kou, Xiang-Yu Hou, Jiandong Sun, Kevin Chu (2014): Current prehospital traumatic brain injury management in China, World Journal of Emergency Medicine, 5(4): 245 -254

    25. Khalid Aboalshamat, Xiang-Yu Hou, Esben Strodl (2014): Towards Understanding Self-Development Coaching Programs. International Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, 4(4): 136-145

    26. Shuang Zhong, Michele Clark, Xiang-Yu Hou, Yu-Li Zang, Gerard FitzGerald (2014) : Validation a framework of measuring hospital disaster resilience using factor analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11:6335-6353

    27. Arwa Alumran, Cameron Hurst, Jiandong Sun, Xiang-Yu Hou (2014): Assessing the Construct Validity and Reliability of the Parental Perceptions on Antibiotics (PAPA) Scales. BMC Public Health; 14(73):1-9

    28. Khalid Aboalshamat, Xiang-Yu Hou, Esben Strodl (2014): Psychological Health of Medical and Dental Students in Saudi Arabia: A Longitudinal Study. Public Health Research 4(5):179 – 184

    29. Shuang Zhong, Michele Clark, Xiang-Yu Hou, Yu-Li Zang, Gerard FitzGerald (2014): Progress and challenges of disaster health management in China: a scoping review Global Health Action, 7:24986 -24994

    30. Ibrahim Mahmoud, Xiang-Yu Hou, Kevin Chu, Michele Clark, Rob Eley (2014): Satisfaction with Emergency Department Service among Non-English Speaking Background Patients, Emergency Medicine Australasia, 26:256-261

    31. Shuang Zhong, Michele Clark, Xiang-Yu Hou, Yu-Li Zang, Gerard FitzGerald (2014): Proposing and developing the definition and conceptual framework for healthcare resilience to cope with disasters. Emergencias, 26:69-77

    32. Arwa Alumran, Xiang-Yu Hou, Cameron Hurst (2014): Assessing the overuse of antibiotics in children in Saudi Arabia: validation of the parental perception on antibiotics scale (PAPA scale), Health and Quality of Life Outcomes. 11 (Mar. 11, 2013): p39. Health Reference Center Academic. Web. 1 Feb. 2014.

    33. Rong Tang, Gerard FitzGerald, Xiang-Yu Hou, Yang-Ping Wang (2014): Building an Evaluation Instrument for China’s Hospital Emergency Preparedness: A Systematic Review of Preparedness Instruments. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 8: 101 -109

    34. Shuang Zhong, Xiang-Yu Hou, Michele Clark, Yu-Li Zang, Lu Wang, Ling-Zhong Xu and Gerard FitzGerald (2014): Disaster resilience in tertiary hospitals: a cross-sectional survey in Shandong Province, China. BMC Health Services Research, 14(1): 135- 144

    35. Yong-Qing Yang, Chen Yan, Chris J. Branford-White, and Xiang-Yu Hou (2014), “Biological Values of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine: Impact on the Life Science,” Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol. 2014, Article ID 593921, 2 pages, 2014. doi:10.1155/2014/593921

    36. Shuang Zhong, Michele Clark, Xiang-Yu Hou, Yuli Zang, Gerard FitzGerald (2014): Development of key indicators of hospital resilience: a modified Delphi study, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, DOI: 10.1177/1355819614561537

    37. Ibrahim Mahmoud, Xiang-Yu Hou (2013): Utilisation of Hospital Emergency Departments among Immigrants from Refugee Source-Countries in Queensland, Clinical Medicine and Diagnostics, 3(4): 88-91

    38. Shuang Zhong, Michele Clark, Xiang-Yu Hou, Yu-Li Zang, Gerard FitzGerald (2013): Development of hospital disaster resilience: conceptual framework and potential measurement. Emergency Medicine Journal , Sept 12, 2013: doi:10.1136/emermed-2012-202282

    39. Arwa Alumran, Xiang-Yu Hou, Cameron Hurst (2013): Assessing the overuse of antibiotics in children in Saudi Arabia: validation of the parental perception on antibiotics scale (PAPA scale), Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 11:39 -36

    40. Khalid Aboalshamat, Xiang-Yu Hou, Esben Strodl (2013):Improving Dental and Medical Students’ Psychological Health using a Self-Development Coaching Program: A Pilot Study, Journal of Advanced Medical Research, 3(3):45-57

    41. Shuang Zhong, Michele Clark, Xiang-Yu Hou, Yu-Li Zang, Gerry FitzGerald (2013): 2010-2011 Queensland floods: Using Haddon’s Matrix to define and categorise public safety strategies. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 25(4):345-352

    42. Arwa Alumran, Xiang-Yu Hou, Cameron Hurst (2013): Assessing the Overuse of Antibiotics in Children with URTIs in Saudi Arabia: Development of the Parental Perception on Antibiotics Scale (PAPA Scale). Journal of Epidemiology and Global Health 3:3-10

    43. Xiang-Yu Hou, Joanna Rego, Melinda Service (2013): Paramedic education in Australia: opportunities and challenges, Emergency Medicine Australasia, 25:114-119

    44. Ibrahim Mahmoud, Xiang-Yu Hou, Kevin Chu, Michele Clark (2013): Language Affects Length of Stay in Emergency Departments in Queensland Public Hospitals. World Journal of Emergency Medicine, 4(1): 5-9

    45. Fatmah Jabr Alsolami, Xiang-Yu Hou, Ignacio Correa-Velez, Sami M Bahlas (2013): An Arabic instrument to Measure Medication Adherence in Saudi Hypertensive Patients, Middle East journal of Family Medicine, 11:17-23

    46. G FitzGerald, J He, G Toloo, G Doig, D Rosengren, S Rothwell, R Sultana, S Costello, X Hou (2013). Private Hospital Emergency Departments in Australia: challenges and opportunities. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 25:233-240

    47. Ibrahim Mahmoud, Xiang-Yu Hou, Kevin Chu, Michele Clark (2013): Language and utilisation of Emergency Care in Queensland. Emergency Medicine Australasia 25: 40-45

    48. Stuart Leske, Esben Strodl and Xiang-Yu Hou (2012): A qualitative study of the determinants of dieting and non-dieting approaches in overweight/obese Australian adults. BMC Public Health. 18:1086 -1097

    49. Ibrahim Mahmoud, Xiang-Yu Hou (2012): Immigrants and the utilisation of hospital emergency departments. World Journal of Emergency Medicine, 3(4):245 – 250

    50. Fatmah Alsolami, Xiang-Yu Hou, Ignacio Correa-Velez (2012): Factors Affecting Antihypertensive Treatment Adherence: A Saudi Arabian Perspective, Clinical Medicine and Diagnostics, 2(4): 27-32.

    51. Stuart Leske, Esben Strodl, Xiang-Yu Hou (2012): Patient-Practitioner relationships desired by overweight/obese adults, Patient Education and Counselling, 19(1): 18-20

    52. Jiandong Sun, Michael Dunne, Xiang-Yu Hou (2012): Academic stress among adolescents in China, Australasian Epidemiologist 19(1): 9-12.

    53. Stuart Leske, Esben Strodl, Xiang-Yu Hou (2012): Weight bias on psychological and physical health, Australasian Epidemiologist 19(1): 18-20

    54. Xiang-Yu Hou, Jingzhou Zhao, Kevin Chu (2012): Impact of a government ambulance usage campaign on patients attending the Emergency Department in a tertiary teaching hospital in Queensland. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 24:393 – 400

    55. Alumran A, Hou, X., Hurst C, (2012): Validity and reliability of Instruments Directed to Measure Factors Influencing Overuse of Antibiotics. Journal of Infection and Public Health, 5(3):221-232

    56. Jiandong Sun, Michael P. Dunne, Xiang-Yu Hou & Ai-Qiang Xu (2012): Educational stress among Chinese adolescents: individual, family, school and peer influences, Educational Review, Page 1- 19 (online: DOI:10.1080/00131911.2012.659657)

    57. Jun He, Xiang-Yu Hou, Sam Toloo, Jennifer Patrick, Gerry FitzGerald (2011): Demand for hospital emergency departments: a conceptual understanding. World Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2(4): 253 – 261

    58. Alumran A, Hurst C, Hou, X (2011): Antibiotics Overuse in Children with Upper Respiratory Tract Infections attending hospital emergency departments in Saudi Arabia: Risk Factors and Potential Interventions. Clinical Medicine & Diagnosis, 1 (1): 8 – 16

    59. 59. X Hou, S Toloo, G FitzGerald (2011): Acuity and severity of patients attending 28 Queensland hospitals emergency departments in 2008-09, Australasian Epidemiologist 2011; 18 (2): 89

    60. Hou X, Tollo S, FitzGerald G. What Health Problems Overcrowd Hospital Emergency Departments in Queensland and Whether This Changed Over Time. Australasian Epidemiologist 2011; 18:10-14

    61. Mahmoud I, Hou X, Chu K, Clark M. Is Language a Barrier For Quality Care in Hospitals? Australasian Epidemiologist 2011; 18:6-9

    62. Jiandong Sun, Michael Dunne, Xiang-Yu Hou, Aiqiang Xu (2011): Educational stress scale for adolescents: Development, validity, and reliability with Chinese students, Journal Of Psychoeducational Assessment, 29(6):534-546

    63. Xiang-Yu Hou, Kevin Chu (2010): Emergency Department in Hospitals: Window of the world – A preliminary comparison between Australia and China. World Journal of Emergency Medicine, 1(3): 180 -184

    64. Xiang-Yu Hou (2010): Critical Analysis of the scientific papers in the Second China Disaster and Emergency Rescue National Conference, Medical References, 2: F3

    65. Gerry FitzGerald, Weiwei Du, Michele Clark, Aziz Jamal, Xiang-Yu Hou. Flood Fatalities in contemporary Australia (1997-2008). Emergency Medicine Australasia (2010) 22, 183-189.

    66. Du Weiwei, FitzGerald G, Clark M, Hou Xiang-Yu: Health Impacts of Floods: A Comprehensive Review, Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 2010;25(3):263-270

    67. Xiang-Yu Hou, Gerry FitzGerald: Introduction of Emergency Medicine in China. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 2008; 20(4):363-369

    68. Gerard Fitzgerald, Xiang-Yu Hou: The Australian Emergency Management System; Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2008; 17(7):771-775

    69. Xiang-Yu Hou, Gerard FitzGerald, Sandy Sacre: The Introduction of Emergency Department in Hospitals in China; Emergency Medicine Australasia 2007:19 (s1), A19.

    70. Xiang-Yu Hou, Chuan-Zhu Lu: The Current Workforce Status of Pre-hospital care in China; Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care, 2005; 3 (3), Article Number: 990127

    71. Jim Higgins, Xiang-Yu Hou: Introduction of the Pre-hospital emergency care services in Queensland Australia; Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2005; 14(1):6-12

    72. Hou, X-Y., Green, S., Askew, C.D., Barker, G., Green, A.A., Walker, P.J. Skeletal muscle mitochondrial ATP production rate and walking performance in peripheral arterial disease. Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging , 22(3): 226-232; 2002.

    73. Chris Askew, Simon Green, Xiang-Yu Hou, and Philip Walker: Physiological and symptomatic responses to cycling and walking in intermittent claudication; Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging, 2002; 22(5):348-355

    74. Xiang-Yu Hou, Tang Chaoshu, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Angiotensin II activated exercise myocardium hypotrophy mediated by mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK); Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine 1997; 16(4):257

    75. 75. Xiang-Yu Hou, Tang Chaoshu, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Effects of different exercise intensities on the density of beta adrenergic receptors in myocardium in rats; Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine 1997; 16(2):133

    76. Xiang-Yu Hou, Tang Chaoshu, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Taurine inhibited the protein phosphorylation of 44Kda in myocardial mitochondria in rats after acute exercise; Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine 1997; 16(4):292

    77. Xiang-Yu Hou, Tang Chaoshu, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Inhibition of the protein phosphorylation in myocardium by taurine after beta-adrenergic stimulation; Chinese Journal of Applied Physiology 1996; 12(2):149

    78. Xiang-Yu Hou, Li Wei-gen, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Effects of taurine supplementation on BCAA concentration in rats after exercise; Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine 1995; 14(1):40

    79. Xiang-Yu Hou, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Effects of taurine on the plasma amino acids concentrations in rats after exercise; Sports science 1995; 15(2):65

    80. Xiang-Yu Hou, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Effects of taurine supplementation on the exercise capacity in rats; Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine 1995; 14(2):77

    81. Xiang-Yu Hou, Gao yun-qiu, et al: The possibility of taurine’s application in the rehabilitation of cardiovascular medicine; Chinese Journal of Rehab Medicine 1995; 10(1):7

    82. Xiang-Yu Hou, GAO yun-qiu, et al: Effects of taurine on the free radical system after exercise training; Sports Science 1994; 14(2):81

    83. Xiang-Yu Hou, Li Wei-gen, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Effects of taurine on the serum lipids in rats after exercise; Chinese Journal of Applied Physiology 1994; 10(3):249

    84. Xiang-Yu Hou, Gao yun-qiu, Han Chide: Effects of alpha 1- adrenergic receptor subtypes on the DNA synthesis in myocardiac cells; Journal of Beijing Medical University 1993; 25(4):285

    85. Xiang-Yu Hou, Pu Junzhong, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Effects of Chinese herbals on the protective system of free radicals in mice; Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine 1993; 12(1):56

    86. Xiang-Yu Hou, Li Wei-gen, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Effects of taurine supplementation on the myocardiac enzymes in serum after acute exercise; Chinese Journal of Applied Physiology 1993; 9(4):351

    87. Xiang-Yu Hou, Li Wei-gen, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Changes of taurine concentration in myocardium after swim training and its possible significance; Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine 1993; 12(4):197

    88. Xiang-Yu Hou, Gao Yun-qiu, Han Chide. Effects of swimming on the density of alpha 1- adrenergic receptor subtypes in myocardium in rats; Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine 1992; 11(2):67

    89. Xiang-Yu Hou, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Overtraining in athletes (Review); Sports Science 1992; 12(4):69

    90. Xiang-Yu Hou, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Changes of the free radical system and exercise performance capacity in Beijing elite athletes after a training season; Sports Science 1992; 12(5):66

    91. Xiang-Yu Hou, Gao yun-qiu, et al: Changes of the exercise capacity in elite athletes after winter training; Mongolia Journal of Science and Technology in Sports 1992; 16:23

    92. Xiang-Yu Hou. Effects of exercise on the metabolism of free radicals (Review); Sports Science 1991; 11(4):57

    93. Xiang-Yu Hou, Gao Yun-qiu. Applied physiology of marathon running; Mongolia Journal of Science and Technology in Sports 1991; 3:21

    94. Cheng Gai-hua, Xiang-Yu Hou, et al: Only alpha 1A modulates the DNA synthesis in myocardiac cells in alpha 1 adrenoceptor subtypes; Chinese Journal of Pathophysiology 1991; 7(2):185

    95. Xiang-Yu Hou. A case report of elite athlete with myocardiac syndrome. Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine 1990; 9(2):119

APPLY TO NAN TIEN INSTITUTE NOW

ABOUT NAN TIEN INSTITUTE

Nan Tien Institute (NTI) is a private, not for profit, government accredited higher education provider offering studies in the areas of Buddhist studies, health and wellbeing, within an environment that incorporates contemplative education.

NTI offers postgraduate programs in Applied Buddhist Studies, Health and Social Wellbeing, Humanistic Buddhism, and Mental Health as well as customised Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programs and special interest subjects across the areas of meditation, mindfulness and health.