Dr Henry Zheng
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
- health services research
- physical activity for disease prevention and population health
- active, healthy and productive ageing
- designing, developing and evaluating exercise intervention programs for disease prevention and management
- health economic evaluation and health resource allocation
- health promotion
- systematic review, meta-analysis and evidence-based public health decision modelling.
Dr Henry Zheng's PhD research focused on:
- quantifying the effect size and dose response of walking interventions to reduce the risk of and prevent coronary heart disease (CHD)
- economic evaluation of the reductions in direct healthcare cost and productivity loss resulting from walking interventions to prevent CHD in Australia.
Prior to joining QUT, Dr Zheng worked as a:
- lecturer with the University of New South Wales
- lecturer and researcher with Exercise Medicine Australia.
He has been involved in:
- designing, developing and evaluating exercise intervention programs to prevent cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, depression and falls
- improving mental health and cognitive functions
- promoting active and healthy ageing.
- Active and healthy ageing
- Physical activity for public health
- Health economics