The impact of federalisation on Nepal's health system: a longitudinal analysis
Professor of Global Health
School of Human and Health Sciences
University of Huddersfield
Padam Simkhada is Professor of Global Health and Associate Dean International at the School of Human and Health Sciences. Padam is interested in different aspects of global health particularly in public health problems in developing countries. He has keen interest on internationalization of higher education. His current research are on health system research, maternal health, reproductive and sexual health including HIV/AIDS and migration. He has methodological expertise particularly in systematic review, evidence synthesis and mixed methods. He has published a wide range of peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters related to his research field. He has published over 150 research articles in international peer-reviewed journals. He has supervised many PhD students. Currently 9 PhD students are working with him under his supervision. He is internationally known in public health field. He has received many prestigious awards of public health field such as Global Health Award 2013. He has experience of working many countries.
Prof Simkhada has completed M.Sc. in Public Health and Health Promotion from Brunel University and PhD from Southampton University, UK. Before he moved Huddersfield University, he was Professor of International Health at Liverpool John Moores University (2014-2019), Senior Lecturer in International Health at Sheffield University (2010-2014) and Programme Co-ordinator and Lecturer in International Health at the University of Aberdeen (2002-2010). Previously, he worked for Save the Children (UK) and Ministry of Health in Nepal.
Padam is a Visiting Professor in Nepal, Visiting Professor in Bournemouth University and Liverpool John Moores University and Adjunct Faculty at Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences Nagpur, India.