BSc, BA, MPH, PhD
Researcher in Health Interventions
I am a mixed methods researcher with a PhD in public health. I am currently developing an intervention to help people who have experienced a stroke or TIA to measure their blood pressure at home.
Previously I was a post-doc researcher at Imperial College working on a study exploring the experiences of people living with HIV in London, in light of changing guidelines for HIV care and the clinical transformation of HIV from a degenerative and fatal infection to a chronic condition.
I completed my PhD in June 2013 at Imperial College London. My thesis investigated the relationship between labour migration and HIV in India and how it changes over the life course of migrant families, using qualitative and quantitative methods.
The effectiveness of demand creation interventions for voluntary male medical circumcision for
prevention in sub‐Saharan Africa: a mixed methods systematic review
Ensor S. et al, (2019), Journal of the International AIDS Society, 22
From activism to secrecy: Contemporary experiences of living with HIV in London in people diagnosed from 1986 to 2014
(2018), Health Expectations, 21, 1134 - 1141
Patient perspectives on the HIV continuum of care in London: a qualitative study of people diagnosed between 1986 and 2014
Bruton J. et al, (2018), BMJ Open, 8, e020208 - e020208
Migration as a risk and a livelihood strategy: HIV across the life course of migrant families in India
Rai T. et al, (2017), Global Public Health, 12, 381 - 395
Complex routes into HIV care for migrant workers: a qualitative study from north India
Rai T. et al, (2015), AIDS Care, 27, 1418 - 1423