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Apr 14 2014

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From Bokotchilli to the UN Plaza: making the most of qualitative research

Dr Juliet BedfordThursday 24th April 18:30
Liverpool Medical Institution

Dr Juliet Bedford is the Founder and Director of Anthrologica, a research-based organisation that specialises in applied anthropology in global health. Anthrologica conducts formative and operational research across health sectors, focusing on the interface between the provision and uptake of health services, particularly in resource-scarce settings.

Juliet Holds a Doctorate in Anthropology from the University of Oxford where she is a research associate at the School of Anthropology. She works extensively in developing contexts and fragile states across Africa and Asia including Somalia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Mongolia, Laos, and Vietnam. Her research interests include maternal, newborn and child health and disability. She has worked for many organisations including UNICEF, THET, LSHTM, Save the Children and many local organisations.

Juliet has specific expertise in incorporating the needs and perceptions of intended beneficiaries into health policy and programming to ensure that it is contextually relevant and that opportunities for improving health are maximised through the active participation of recipients.

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