Dr. Ying Wu, Dean and Professor of Capital Medical University in Beijing, China. She is appointed by the China Ministry of Education as the Chair of the Working Committee for Accreditation of Nursing Education and Vice Chair of the Steering Committee for Higher Nursing Education. She is current serving on the Board of Director of International Council of Nurses and as the Vice President of Chinese Nursing Association. She created and Serves as the founding Chair of the Nursing Informatics Sub-Associate, Standardization Committee for Nursing Care, and Consortium of Nursing Innovation and Industrialization under the umbrella of Chinese Health Information and Big Data Association. She created and serves as the founding President of the Sub-Association of Smart Care for Elderly under the umbrella of Aging Well Association. She is the Past Vice President and past Regional Vice President of the International Medical Informatics Association and past President of the Asia Pacific Association for Medical Informatics. She has more than 30 years of cardiovascular (CVD) experience in nursing practice, Education and research. Her research areas including CVD acute care and behavior changes for CVD patients as well as elderly care, especially using mobile health technology. She is the principal investigator of four projects, one International (Regional) Collaborative Project, and one Key Project funded by the Natural Science Foundation of China and more than 10 projects from other funding sources with a total funding of over 8 million (approximately over one million US dollars). She is also the PI of a big research project “Development of a Virtual Hospital for Nursing Training and Performance Assessment” From Beijing Municipal Education Commission with a funding of 40 million RMB (approximately 6 million US dollars). She has more than 160 publications and is the editor or vice editor for 15 books and author of more than 20 books. She is the deputy editor or member on the editorial board of eight nursing professional journals including the Journal of Nursing Scholarship (ranked #3 in terms of impact factors among all 118 SCI indexed nursing journals worldwide).