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Urban design based on public safety-Discussion on safety-based urban design

Kaizhen CAI, Jianguo WANG

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2009, Volume 3, Issue 2,   Pages 219-227 doi: 10.1007/s11709-009-0023-4

Abstract: Because of public safety problems in construction of urban surroundings, this paper expounds the necessityof the study on public safety-based urban design in perspective of modern city.It brings forward the concept of safety-based urban design and attempts to explore the basic connotation

Keywords: urban public safety     urban design     safety-based urban design    

Development of the Public Safety System and a Security-Guaranteed Society

Liu Yi,Ni Shunjiang and Weng Wenguo

Strategic Study of CAE 2017, Volume 19, Issue 1,   Pages 118-123 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2017.01.017

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Public safety, as an essential element of a nation's development,safety is regarded as an interdisciplinary research field with the core capabilities of protecting lifeand safeguarding property for the public while maintaining economic development and social stabilitysafety at all levels and to carry out research on a public-safety science and technology developmentThis paper introduces the public-safety science and technology development strategy along with its path

Keywords: public safety system     strategic research     safety and resilience     technology innovation    

Study of Sustainable Urban Rail Transit Development Model in China

Wen-wu Yang

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2014, Volume 1, Issue 2,   Pages 195-201 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2014026

Abstract: rail transit development plan as the key part of the preferential public transportation strategy.It is very necessary to establish a viable public private partnership model for urban rail constructionThis paper examines current practice of urban transit as of conventional public transport infrastructureTaking the TOD and public-private-partnership (PPP) study of Shenzhen metro line 6 as an example, thesustainable urban rail development model is introduced and elaborated.

Keywords: urban rail transit     Railway+ Property(R+P)     sustainability     transit oriented development     private public    

Optimization of Organizational Model of Public Food Safety Emergency Management in China

Peng Sixi, Zhang Rixin

Strategic Study of CAE 2022, Volume 24, Issue 6,   Pages 88-98 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2022.06.009

Abstract: This study aims to explore approaches to integrating multiple stakeholders to participate jointly in publicfood safety emergency management.We analyzed the evolution and characteristics of organizational models of public food safety emergencyThe three-system-integrated model is the evolution direction for China's public food safetyencouraging the effective participation of diverse social subjects in social co-governance of food safety

Keywords: public food safety     emergency management     organization system     integration of three systems    

The Evolution and Enlightenment of Rural Planning Theory

Gui Yanli, Wang Xuan

Strategic Study of CAE 2019, Volume 21, Issue 2,   Pages 21-26 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2019.02.018

Abstract: After China’s Reform and Opening Up in 1978, urban planning theory has been employed in rural planning

Keywords: rural planning     urban planning     formal governance     public policy     public goods    

Strategies for Disaster Prevention and Mitigation in Safety and Resilient Cities

Fang Yudong , Wang Wen , Zhang Zhi , Bian Lu

Strategic Study of CAE 2023, Volume 25, Issue 1,   Pages 1-9 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2023.01.009

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As extreme climate and environmental changes increase, urban public safetyThe construction of safety resilient cities focuses on urban disaster prevention and mitigation and canpromote high-quality urban development.construction of safety resilient cities.Furthermore, the following suggestions for the development of safety resilient cities?

Keywords: safety and resilient city     risk prevention and control     public safety     disaster prevention and mitigation    

Research on the Safety and Calamity Reducing Planning Design of the Facilities for Beijing 2008 OlympicGames——Suggestion for Public Education of Olympic Safety Culture

Jin Lei

Strategic Study of CAE 2003, Volume 5, Issue 1,   Pages 15-23

Abstract: This paper demonstrates that the safety and calamity prevention are the key factor to ensure the &ldquo

Keywords: 2008 Beijing Olympic Games     safe Olympics     safety and calamity prevention planning     management and legislationfor emergency     safety culture    

Engineering management on sustainability of urban rail transit development in China

Yang Wenwu

Strategic Study of CAE 2013, Volume 15, Issue 11,   Pages 80-86

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The vigorous development of urban rail transit in China is importantThe core theme of sustainability of urban rail transit development is transit oriented development (TODtogether with resource integration to greatly activate and create the positive potentials of rail and urbanwith which to allocate resources optimally and to attract private funds to invest,build and operate urbanlooking into the "railway+property" experience of Hong Kong, the key sustainability issues of urban

Keywords: urban rail transit     railway + property     sustainability     TOD     private public partnership (PPP)     engineering    

Assessing the premature death due to ambient particulate matter in China’s urban areas from 2004 to 2013

Guoxia MA, Jinnan WANG, Fang YU, Xiaomin GUO, Yanshen ZHANG, Chao LI

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2016, Volume 10, Issue 5, doi: 10.1007/s11783-016-0849-7

Abstract: The number of annual premature deaths attributable to China’s air pollution ranged from 350000 to 520000 from 2004 to 2013, while the figure in 2013 reached 9.9% of total deaths in China. In 2004, the life expectancy potential years of life lost was 69.6 and 1.85 years respectively in contrast to 74.4 and 0.67 years respectively in 2013. The number of PYLL attributable to air pollution in the northern regions is found to be larger than that of the southern regions. The Environmental Burden of Disease (EBD) approach for outdoor air pollution has been used to calculate premature deaths and average potential years of life lost attributable to air pollution in China over the past 10 years with differences between the North and the South of the country being analyzed. The results indicate that: (1) Between 2004 and 2013, annual premature deaths attributable to outdoor air pollution in China ranged from 350000 to 520000. In 2013, deaths resulting from air pollution in China represented 9.9% of the country’s total deaths. (2) In 2004, the average life expectancy of the Chinese population and the number of potential years of life lost (PYLL) attributable to air pollution was 69.6 and 1.85 years respectively as compared to 74.4 and 0.67 years respectively in 2013. (3) The number of the PYLL attributable to air pollution in the northern regions of China is found to be larger than that of the southern regions. The PYLL figures of the northern and southern regions in 2004 were 2.3 and 1.8 years, respectively, with a difference of 0.5 years, as compared to 1.4 and 0.7 years respectively with a difference of 0.7 years in 2013.

Keywords: Air pollution     Public health     Premature deaths     Health assessment    

Drinking water safety and the development of purification technology

Li Guibai

Strategic Study of CAE 2012, Volume 14, Issue 7,   Pages 20-23

Abstract: Moreover, reaction measures (dosing variety of regents for different contaminants) for urban source water

Keywords: urban drinking water safety     tertiary purification processes     UF     source water emergencies and their reaction    

Qualitative analysis of direction of public hospital reforms in China

Dahai Zhao, Zhiruo Zhang

Frontiers of Medicine 2018, Volume 12, Issue 2,   Pages 218-223 doi: 10.1007/s11684-017-0534-7

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Reforms in public hospitals are among the most important improvements in China’s health careHowever, the reforms that should be implemented in public hospitals are unclear.are provided for the government to reform public hospitals.However, solely increasing this subsidy cannot address the inappropriate incentives of public hospitalsThe most crucial step in setting the direction of reforms in public hospitals in China is transforming

Keywords: public hospital     government hospital     public funding     operation mechanism    

Quantitative Area Risk Assessment Method and its Application in Land Use Safety Planning for Major Hazard

Wu Zongzhi,Duo Yingquan,Wei Lijun,Guan Lei

Strategic Study of CAE 2006, Volume 8, Issue 4,   Pages 46-49

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Quantitative area risk assessment (QARA) method and its subsequent application in land safety planningThe method shows theoretical and practical value in land use safety planning for major hazard installations

Keywords: risk assessment     land use safety planning     major hazard installation     urban planning    

The Routine and Emergency Coordinated Management of Public Security

Ning Liu

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2015, Volume 2, Issue 4,   Pages 331-338 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2015063

Abstract: The paper presents a study based on the observation of public security programme situations.Nowadays, public security management is faced with challenges such as the increase in non-traditionalsafety threats, high occurrence probability, obvious complex chain reactions, high security demand,For the new adapted requirements of public security management, this paper puts forward the concept ofIn addition, this paper proposes the basic strategy of achieving the coordinated management of public

Keywords: public security     routine management     emergency management     coordinated management    

Connecting Information to Promote Public Health

Xue-mei Su,Jia Zhao

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2016, Volume 3, Issue 4,   Pages 384-389 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2016054

Abstract: These information systems are described as public health information systems (PHIS) in China.China, there should be a connection and data sharing mechanism between EMR (EHR) and PHIS to support publichealth surveillance and public health decision-making.

Keywords: public health     information system     data exchange     China    

Changes in public trust in physicians: empirical evidence from China

Dahai Zhao, Zhiruo Zhang

Frontiers of Medicine 2019, Volume 13, Issue 4,   Pages 504-510 doi: 10.1007/s11684-018-0666-4

Abstract: Studies examining the trends in public trust in physicians have provided a considerable amount of valuableThis study investigated changes in public trust in physicians in China based on two cross-sectional nationalThe results of ordinal logistic regression demonstrated that public trust in physicians in China hadThe results also confirmed that decreasing public satisfaction with the most recent treatment experiencewas the major determinant of decreasing public trust in physicians in China.

Keywords: trust in physicians     public trust     physician-patient relationship     health system performance    

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Urban design based on public safety-Discussion on safety-based urban design

Kaizhen CAI, Jianguo WANG

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Development of the Public Safety System and a Security-Guaranteed Society

Liu Yi,Ni Shunjiang and Weng Wenguo

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Study of Sustainable Urban Rail Transit Development Model in China

Wen-wu Yang

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Optimization of Organizational Model of Public Food Safety Emergency Management in China

Peng Sixi, Zhang Rixin

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The Evolution and Enlightenment of Rural Planning Theory

Gui Yanli, Wang Xuan

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Strategies for Disaster Prevention and Mitigation in Safety and Resilient Cities

Fang Yudong , Wang Wen , Zhang Zhi , Bian Lu

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Research on the Safety and Calamity Reducing Planning Design of the Facilities for Beijing 2008 OlympicGames——Suggestion for Public Education of Olympic Safety Culture

Jin Lei

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Engineering management on sustainability of urban rail transit development in China

Yang Wenwu

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Assessing the premature death due to ambient particulate matter in China’s urban areas from 2004 to 2013

Guoxia MA, Jinnan WANG, Fang YU, Xiaomin GUO, Yanshen ZHANG, Chao LI

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Drinking water safety and the development of purification technology

Li Guibai

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Qualitative analysis of direction of public hospital reforms in China

Dahai Zhao, Zhiruo Zhang

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Quantitative Area Risk Assessment Method and its Application in Land Use Safety Planning for Major Hazard

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The Routine and Emergency Coordinated Management of Public Security

Ning Liu

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Connecting Information to Promote Public Health

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Changes in public trust in physicians: empirical evidence from China

Dahai Zhao, Zhiruo Zhang

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