The operation mode of scientific research incentive mechanism in West China Hospital of Sichuan University is closely connecting individual needs with organizational objectives, and coordinating and adjusting again through communication and feedback. It can play an incentive role continuously and actively promotes the development of hospital scientific research. But the incentive mode, research funding management, research output rate, strengthening of effective communication and other aspects need to be constantly optimized and improved. Based on Porter Lawler’s comprehensive incentive theory, this paper explores and summarizes the operation mode of scientific research incentive mechanism in West China Hospital of Sichuan University. Finally, the paper puts forward suggestions, which aims to provide reference for the construction of scientific research incentive mechanism in large general hospitals.
The interrupted time series analysis was used to evaluate the incentive effect of the management methods of the SCI thesis fund for scientific research in West China Hospital of Sichuan University. We found an increase in number of the SCI papers and the growth rate after the adoption of scientific research incentive measures, indicating that the management methods of the SCI thesis fund had the incentive effect of scientific research. The interrupted time series analysis could be used in the incentive analysis of scientific research.
The Chinese government invested National Major Science and Technology Infrastructure for Translational Medicine (NITM) is a research platform with large-scale science facilities designed for opening and sharing. NITM is required to share its research facilities to domestic and international users and to facilitate interdisciplinary cooperation and innovation, it is also required to cooperate with other national major science and technology infrastructures so that these infrastructures can work together to enhance the nation’s international competitiveness in science and technology. This paper proposes to apply the concept of open innovation and designs an innovation model for the management of NITM.
The SARS-CoV-2 has been spread to 26 countries around the world since its outbreak. By February 16, 2020, more than 68 000 people had been diagnosed with COVID-19. Researchers from all over the world have carried out timely studies on this public health emergency and produced a number of scientific publications. This review aims to re-analyze and summarize the current research findings in a timely manner to guide scholars in relevant fields to further SARS-CoV-2 research and assist healthcare professionals in their work and decision-making. The SARS-CoV-2 related terms were selected in both English and Chinese and were searched in several major databases, including Pubmed, Web of Science, CNKI, Wanfang, and VIP databases. The reference list of each search result was screened for relevance, which was further supplemented to the search results. The included studies were categorized by topics with key characteristics extracted, re-analyzed, and summarized. A total of 301 articles were finally included with 136 in Chinese and 165 in English. The number of publications has rapidly increased since mid-January, 2020, and a peak day was 6th February on which 50 articles were published. The top three countries publishing articles were China, the United States and the United Kingdom. The Lancet and its specialty journals have published the most articles, with contribution also from journals such as New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), and Nature. All articles were categorized into epidemiology, clinical diagnosis and treatment, basic research, pregnant women and children, mental health, epidemic prevention & control, and others. The literatures related to SARS-CoV-2 are emerging rapidly. It is necessary to sort out and summarize the research topic in time, which has a good reference value for staff in different positions. At the same time, it is necessary to strengthen the judgment of the quality of literatures.