Zhou Yuqiu, second-level professor, doctoral tutor, academic leader and deputy director of the academic committee of Harbin Medical University, eminent teacher of Harbin Medical University, National psychologist of China, Fellow of American Academy of Nursing. She served as the deputy director of the Nursing Psychology Discipline Committee of the Chinese Psychological Society; the deputy chairman of the Nursing Education Society of Higher Vocational Colleges; and the executive director of the National Higher Nursing Education Society.
Professor Zhou acts as a review expert for the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Heilongjiang Natural Science Foundation, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Natural Science Foundation, Zhejiang Natural Science Foundation, Henan Natural Science Foundation; editorial board member and review expert of Nursing Journal of Chinese People's Liberation Army, International Elderly Nursing Journal, Chinese Journal of Modern Nursing, Health Psychology Journal; visiting professor of Soochow University, Zhengzhou University, Shaoxing University, Huzhou University , Qiqihar Medical University.
Professor Zhou’s main research direction is psychological and mental health care. In the past 10 years, Professor Zhou has made a series of achievements in this research field, obtained 3 projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, presided over 8 provincial and municipal teaching and research projects, and won 6 teaching and scientific research achievement awards. In the past five years, she has published 93 academic papers in national core journals such as Chinese Journal of Nursing and Chinese Mental Health Journal, and 9 SCI papers in American Cardiovascular Nursing and Journal of Comprehensive Neuropathy. Professor Zhou is the editor-in-chief of Nursing Psychology, Medical Psychology, Basics of Psychology, Rehabilitation Psychology, Introduction to Psychology and other 14 textbooks, wrote and published two books: Modern Psychosomatic Medicine, Mental Orientation for Middle School Students.