I am interested in the application of anthropological perspectives to a range of public health issues. These include:
Anthropological and interdisciplinary research on antimicrobial resistance
HIV prevention and sexual health in vulnerable communities in South Asia, with a particular focus on sex work
Popular understandings of health, illness and therapy
Non-biomedical therapeutic traditions in India within and outside the formal health sector
Social and cultural dimensions of health systems
Lay understandings of suicide and suicide prevention in social and kinship networks
The role of ethnographic and other forms of qualitative research evidence in the formulation and evaluation of public health interventions
Contributions to Society, Health and Medicine 1st year medical undergraduate course unit
Organiser, Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods short course
I am a social anthropologist who has lived and done research in India as well as the U.K. I am interested in social and cultural aspects of health, health care and healing. I have done research into how ordinary people think about health, illness and medicine and on their choices of therapy (of all types, not just biomedical).
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