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Experiences of working with Tribal Population for Reproductive Health
January 31 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
About the webinar
We are delighted to be joined by IIPHG, Professor, Dr. Kranti Suresh Vora.
Dr Kranti Suresh Vora is an obstetrician turned public health professional. She had her medical degrees from India, MBBS DGO & MD from B. J. Medical College, Ahmedabad. Dr Vora did her MPH at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Baltimore, USA and PhD from University of Maryland, College Park, USA. Dr Vora received Bill and Melinda Gates Scholarship for MPH and international teaching fellowship at University of Maryland, College Park.
Dr Vora has worked at Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad and a joint project of UNFPA and Govt. of Gujarat, before joining Indian Institute of Public Health Gandhinagar in 2012. Dr Vora has collaborated internationally with Karolinka Institutet, University of Aberdeen, McGIll University and University of Canberra among others. Her areas of interest includes Reproductive child health, Health policy, Health System strengthening, Implementation research, Demographic Surveillance, Health innovations and Cancer research
In this webinar, Dr. Vora will discuss her experience working with tribal populations when it comes to reproductive health. Learning objectives from the seminar:
- To understand marginalization of tribal population
- Challenges of working in tribal area for reproductive health
- Satisfaction of working in tribal areas
Dr. Vora will also be on hand to answer your questions throughout the webinar as well as at the end of the webinar.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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