Ms. Segufta Dilshad

Full Time Faculty
Jr. Lecturer                    

Phone: +880-2-55668200 Ext:
Email: segufta.dilshad@northsouth.edu
Office: NSU Global Health Institute (NGHI), SAC 8th Floor

 

Nine years of cumulative work experiences at national and international level with academia, international organizations, NGOs/civil society and private sector. Primary focus is on academic and research excellence, including advocacy relating to contemporary public health and development issues. Continue to acquire skills to undertake technical analysis, using both qualitative and quantitative tools/techniques, on public health and related development issues. Acquaint with techniques of evidence based program planning, design, implementation, evaluation and monitoring. Excel promotion of partnerships with diverse stakeholders and work under multicultural environment fostering seamless teamwork.

Currently Segufta Dilshad working as a Core Faculty at Department of Public Health, School of Health and Life Sciences at North South University with a mission to promote public health practices and advancing prevention of non-communicable diseases. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Diabetic Wellbeing Foundation (DWF). 

  • Andaleeb S.S, Huda SSMS, Akhtar A and Dilshad S, "Customer Satisfaction With Complaint Resolution In The Power Sector In A Developing Economy",Journal of Public Sector & Non-Profit Marketing, 24:181-201, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC, 2012, ISSN: 1049-5142 print/ 1540-6997 online, DOI: 10.1080/10495142.2012.705178.

  • Huda SSMS, Akhtar A, and Dilshad S, "Critical Service Encounter: The Employee's Viewpoint (A Study on Restaurant Services in Dhaka City)", Global Journal of Management and Business Research, Vol: 10, No: 1, January 2010.

  • Akhtar A, Huda SSMS and Dilshad S, "Critical Service Encounters: Employee’s Viewpoint a Study on Transport Services in Dhaka City", Journal of Social Sciences 1(2): 16-22, 2009.

  • Dilshad, S. and Khastagir, KA. 2006. “Challenges of Inclusive Education in Mainstreaming Physically Challenged Children: A Conceptual Framework”. The Journal of Business and Society, Volume V, Number 1.

  • Huda SSMS, Akhtar A, and Dilshad S, " Negotiation Skills: Study of Male and Female Managers", Journal of Business Administration, Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Vol- 33, No. 1 &2, January and April 2007, ISSN 1680-9823.

  • Huda SSMS, Akhtar A, and Dilshad S, "Successful Negotiator’s Skills: Bangladesh Context", ICMA Journal, Vol: 37, No: 3, May-June 2009. ISSN 1817-5090.

NORTH SOUTH UNIVERSITY - Dhaka, Bangladesh
Executive Master of Public Health (EMPH), Major in Hospital Management, 2016

    • Thesis: Parenting Style for the Children with Diabetes in Bangladesh.

 
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY-New York, USA
(Master of Global Public Health), 2010*

 *2-Year Program, completed 1 year (24 Credits out of 48 required for the MPH degree)

 
EAST WEST UNIVERSITY- Dhaka, Bangladesh
Master of Development Studies (MDS), Major in Social Policy, 2006

    • Thesis: Challenges of Inclusive Education in Mainstreaming Physically Challenged Children: A Conceptual Framework. Published as:

 -  Dilshad, S. and Khastagir, KA. 2006. “Challenges of Inclusive Education in Mainstreaming Physically Challenged Children: A Conceptual Framework”. The Journal of Business and Society, Southern University, Bangladesh; Volume V, Number 1.

 
EAST WEST UNIVERSITY- Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Major in Marketing, 2005

    • Thesis: Negotiation Skills: Public and Private Sector.  Published as:

 - Huda SSMS, Akhtar A, and Dilshad S, "Negotiation Skills: Study of Male and Female Managers", Journal of Business Administration, Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Vol- 33, No. 1 &2, January and April 2007, ISSN 1680-9823.

 -  Huda SSMS, Akhtar A, and Dilshad S, "Successful Negotiator’s Skills: Bangladesh Context", ICMA Journal, Vol: 37, No: 3, May-June 2009. ISSN 1817-5090.
 
-  Huda SSMS, Akhtar A, and Dilshad S, " Negotiation Skills: A Comparative Study Between Public and Private Organizations in Bangladesh", accepted for presentation at the 5th International Business Research Conference (www.worldbizconference.com) held in Dubai (UAE) on April 26-27, 2007 organized by University of Ullongong, Dubai and World Business Institute, Australia. The paper was also nominated for “Best Paper Award Competition” and selected for publication in the Conference Proceedings.

Adjunct Faculty, 5/2016 – 12/2016
North South University, Department of Public Health, School of Health and Life Sciences - Dhaka, Bangladesh
 
Research Assistant, 7/2007 – 5/2008
Center for Research and Training (CRT) – Dhaka, Bangladesh

Consultant, 7/2013 – 12/2015
MANAS (Association for Prevention for Drug Abuse) -Dhaka, Bangladesh


Consultant,
4/2012- 8/2012
UNICEF - Muscat, Oman


Research Associate,
9/2008 ‐ 10/2008
Bangladesh Brand Forum - Dhaka, Bangladesh


Research Fellow,
1/2006 – 6/2007
Center for Policy Research and Social Responsibility (CPR2) - Dhaka, Bangladesh


Intern,
4/ 2013- 7/2013
UNFPA, Sub-Regional Office for the GCC Countries - Muscat, Oman


Intern,
7/2011- 6/2012
UNICEF- Muscat, Oman

Introduction to Public Health (PBH 101)

Introduction to Public Health is a required general education course for all the undergraduate students of North South University. The broad objective of PBH 101 is to lead and facilitate the course participants on basic knowledge of public health to have better understanding for quality productive life and wellbeing. PBH 101 is designed to introduce the basic principles and practices of public health and related emerging issues including highlights on the burden of diseases. The participants will explore the emerging public health issues, social and behavioural determinants, modifiable risk factors and the preventive mechanisms for different health conditions. This course is intended to serve as an introduction to the major issues of global public health, with a focus on Bangladesh. 

LIFETIME MEMBER
Young Diabetic Welfare Society, BIRDEM, Dhaka, Bangladesh 

  • Non-Communicable Diseases
  • Health Education and Health Behavior
  • Health Communication and Health Promotion

Full Time Faculty
Jr. Lecturer                    

Phone: +880-2-55668200 Ext:
Email: segufta.dilshad@northsouth.edu
Office: NSU Global Health Institute (NGHI), SAC 8th Floor