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Mainstreaming Equity: Applications in and Lessons from Low- and Middle-Income Country Contexts

March 7 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Rutgers Global Health Institute is hosting a guest faculty seminar at 9 a.m. on Monday, March 7, 2022, as part of its Viewpoints in Global Health Research: Guest Faculty Seminar Series.

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This online seminar will be presented by:

photo of Devaki NambiarDevaki Nambiar
The George Institute for Global Health, India

Mainstreaming Equity: Applications in and Lessons from Low- and Middle-Income Country Contexts
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development foregrounded the importance of “leaving no one behind.” What does this mean for research? Drawing from close to two decades of experience, Nambiar will present contexts, processes, and findings of equity-oriented research that she has been involved with, largely in India but also quite often as part of global collaborations and partnerships. These include health inequality monitoring, research with urban poor populations facing exclusion and disadvantage, and frontline health worker time use and aspirations. Key lessons and future directions for equity-oriented research will also be shared.

About the Presenter
Devaki Nambiar is the program head for health systems and equity and the regional coordinator for the Healthier Societies Strategy at The George Institute for Global Health in India. She also holds appointments at the Manipal Academy of Higher Education in India, University of New South Wales in Australia, and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in the United States. Her experience over two decades includes conducting research across 12 Indian states and six low- and middle-income countries, providing technical assistance, and postgraduate teaching in health policy and systems research and health systems policy development with an emphasis on social exclusion, health equity, and health for all.

Nambiar has supported training workshops and capacity building related to health inequality monitoring in four WHO regions and with the governments of Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and Iran; national program equity, rights, and gender reorientation; and adult learning and curriculum design related to health systems, health equity research, and evidence synthesis.

She is a former Fulbright, Fogarty, and NIH scholar, and she currently has an Intermediate Fellowship in Public Health from the Wellcome Trust/Department of Biotechnology India Alliance. She is an external member of the World Health Organization Guidelines Review Committee. She received a doctorate in public health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

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Details

Date:
March 7
Time:
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Website:
https://go.rutgers.edu/nu4y326d

Venue

Online via Zoom

Organizer

Rutgers Global Health Institute
Website:
https://globalhealth.rutgers.edu