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2019 IHP Correspondents

The 2019 call for IHP Correspondents was released as part of the IHP Network initiative to provide an opportunity to young researchers from different regions and continents to contribute to the global health policy & HPSR discourse and participate in setting the agenda, by sharing their ideas and opinions in the form of blogs and featured articles. This year, the following 9 people have been selected as IHP Correspondents for 2019:

Debjani Barman

PhD; Assistant Professor, IIHMR University; Indian correspondent

Dr Sameh Al-Awlaqi

MBChB, MPH Researcher in Governance of Health Systems in Transition, School of Health and Related Research (ScHAAR), The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom and The Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland; Eastern Mediterranean region correspondent

Dr Sarita Panday

Postdoctoral Fellow, Developing Asia Health Policy at The Walter H Shorenstein, Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford; South Asia correspondent

Dr. Sameeera Hussain

CIHR Health System Impact Fellow, University of Ottawa (School of Epidemiology and Public Health); Canadian Society for International Health; Canadian correspondent

Elena Vargas

MD, MPH; EV2014; Latin American correspondent

Kaaren Mathias

Project Director & Programme Manager-Mental Health, Emmanuel Hospital Association; Honorary Research Fellow- Nossal Institute of Global Health, University of Melbourne; Centre for International Health, University of Otago; Asian correspondent

Meggie Mwoka

Research Officer-Policy, African Population Health Research Centre; Kenyan correspondent

Thea de Gruchy

Doctoral Researcher, The African Centre for Migration & Society, University of Witwatersrand; South African correspondent

Vanessa Offiong

Assistant Editor, Daily Trust Newspaper; Nigerian correspondent