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Deepanjali Behera, MPH
Lecturer, School of Public Health
Deepanjali is a Lecturer in the School of Public Health. She possesses more than seven years of work experience in public health teaching, research and project management in India and abroad. She has studied Master of Public Health (MPH) in Social Epidemiology from Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai. Prior to joining AIPH university, she has worked with MIT’s J-PAL South Asia and has gained hands-on experience of conducting Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) experiments. Moreover, she possesses experience of working with multiple international academic and research institutions in Thailand and Australia. Her diverse research expertise includes designing and implementing research studies as Principal Investigator as well as leading large-scale internationally funded research projects. She has multiple research publications in peer-reviewed international journals. Her topics of research interest include socio-behavioural health, epidemiology and mental health.

Research Publication:
  • Behera D. and Pillai AK. 2016. Intention towards optimal breastfeeding among expecting mothers in Angul district of Odisha, India. Indian Journal of Public Health. 60(1): 81-85.
  • Behera D. and Anil Kumar K. 2015. Predictors of Exclusive Breastfeeding Intention among Rural Pregnant Women in India: A study using Theory of Planned Behavior. Rural and Remote Health. 15(3): 3405.
  • Behera D., Bharat S. and Gawde N. 2015. Induced Abortion Practices in an Urban Indian Slum: Exploring Reasons, Pathways and Experiences. Journal of Family and Reproductive Health. 9(3): 129-135.
  • Behera D., Muthusamy S. and Behera MR. 2015. Understanding perceptions, practices and experiences of Adolescent Girls related to Menarche and Menstruation in Rural Maharashtra, India: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Health management. 17(4): 510-519.
  • Behera MR. and Behera D. 2015. A critical analysis of the term “universal health coverage” under post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Public Health. 8(5): 155-158.
  • Behera MR., Behera D. and Pusapukdepob J. 2015. Quality of life among Elderly population living in Bungsan and Ongkarak Sub-district, Nakhon Nayok Province, Thailand. Journal of Health Research. 29(6): 425-431.
  • Behera D. and Insomboon T. 2014. Non-marital cohabitation and health implications among undergraduate students in two provinces near Bangkok, Thailand. Journal of Health Research. 28(6): 397-402.

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