Xinshu She

Xinshu She headshot.

Xinshu She

  • Clinical Associate Professor, Pediatrics
  • Faculty Affiliate at the Stanford Center on China's Economy and Institutions

Biography

Xin She is a Global Health pediatrician with 15 years of experience working in low-resource settings. She speaks 5 languages and is committed to creating interdisciplinary, equitable solutions for all vulnerable children to thrive. She is a national representative at the Women Physicians Wellness, Equity and Leadership Alliance (WEL).

She has published on mental health epidemiology and health inequity in Chinese children, early childhood development and quality improvement in pediatric care for Haitian Children. She has presented nationally and internationally on Social Medicine and Global Health, youth mental health, early childhood development, Wellness and professional development. She has collaborated with academic, governmental and non-profit partners in inner city US, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, Haiti, DR Congo and China.

She has mentored more than 100 youth globally, ranging from rural Chinese children, inner city American youth, to medical trainees in Haiti, at Harvard and at Stanford. She is a mentor at national programs for underrepresented minority students and for international junior researchers. She has been twice awarded the AAP national Advocacy conference scholarship and regularly advocates for underserved communities locally and nationally.

She chairs the Pediatric Wellness Committee at CPMC regional site and serves as a Wellness Champion for the department of Pediatrics. She is certified in Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction and Reiki (Master). She is also a Cordon Bleu graduate in Spanish cuisine and loves hosting friends from all over the world.

publications

Journal Articles
July 2024

Effects of Mindfulness and Life-Skills Training on Emotion Regulation and Anxiety Symptoms in Chinese Migrant Children: A Randomized Controlled Trial

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Journal Articles
June 2024

Association Between Anxiety, Depression Symptoms, and Academic Burnout among Chinese Students: The Mediating Role of Resilience and Self-efficacy

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Journal Articles
June 2024

General Psychopathology Factor in Chinese Adolescents and its Correlation with Trans-diagnostic Protective Psycho-social Factors

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