Articles by Shinjini Mondal

PhD Candidate, Department of Family Medicine & CTC-QES Scholar at Institute of Health and Social Policy, McGill University. Shinjini is also from the EV2014 batch.

Getting our priorities straight

Posted in articles by and on February 19, 2016

    “We don’t want anything. We don’t need a single rupee or tea but only do something on water and give us drinking water”. – Hiren(a pseudonym), male, village health, sanitation and nutrition committee members, rural northern India   While conducting an implementation research study in a marginalized area … Read more »

Final countdown to KEYSTONE

Posted in articles by on February 18, 2015

The Health Policy and Systems Research (HPSR) community in India and beyond is eagerly awaiting the roll out of the inaugural KEYSTONE course.  KEYSTONE is a nationwide HPSR capacity building initiative, coordinated and convened by Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) as a Nodal Institute of the WHO Alliance for … Read more »

Slums in Cape Town and Mumbai have far more in common than I thought – and that was even before I had heard about complexity!

Posted in articles by on November 27, 2014

Emerging Voices for Global Health (EV4GH) is an initiative organized by a consortium of five Northern and Southern based universities with a keen interest in global health and health systems research, and in training the next generation of health systems researchers. This year’s EV4GH venture (2014) – the fourth already … Read more »