Tahmina Begum

Tahmina is a medical graduate with a Masters in Public health from Bangladesh. She has worked as public health researcher in Bangladesh since 2009. She has extensive experience in quantitative data analysis using Stata software. In addition, she has been involved in several behavioral science research projects to learn the client and provider perception of diseases and how to design appropriate study interventions addressing community need. She has served as technical expert for national advisory committees of Bangladesh: Prevention of caesarean section, Averting maternal death, and Quality improvement committee.

Research Interests

  • Safe child birth practice
  • Evidence based maternal and child health care 
  • Quality of health care
  • Health information systems
  • Health system research 
  • Non communicable disease prevention

Position

Higher Degree by Research Student

Disciplines

  • Medicine

  • Public Health

Degree

PhD

Topic

Caesarean birth and it’s impact on maternal and offspring health in Australia: A life course perspective

Advisors

Dr Satyamurthy Anuradha