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Senior Lecturer Public Health, Programme Leader MSc Public Health
I trained as a Nurse and Midwife before moving on and gaining a BA Social Studies (Politics) from Liverpool Polytechnic and a MA (Econ) Political Development from the University Manchester. I have worked at Liverpool JMU for 20 years where my focus has been on teaching and learning in the areas of health studies and public health.
International health development; Globalization and health; Poverty and Public Health History.
Participatory & community based research; Indigenous knowledge; Women’s health and development.
Sands R. (1996) Creating a Sustainable Global Community Through Citizenship. The Journal of Contemporary Health, Issue 4/Summer 1996.
Sands R. & Parker S. (1996) Back to the Future: A Letter from Nepal. The Journal of Contemporary Health, Issue 4/Summer 1996.
Sands R. (1998) Back to Nepal – Indigenous Health and Sustainability. The Journal of Contemporary Health Issue 7/Autumn 1998.
Khatri R. (2004) The Protection of Indigenous Knowledge for Peoples Health. http://www.ghwatch.org/english/casestudies/indig_kph.pdf
Khatri R. (2005) Indigenous Health Knowledge in Nepal: Exploring the Way Forward to Promote, Protect and Sustain Education & Development, http://cerid.org
Khatri R. (2011) Gender Mainstreaming and Maternal Mortality in Nepal Education & Development, http://cerid.org
BA (Hons) Social Studies (Politics)
MA (Econ) Political Development