Yamin Tauseef Jahangir

Full Time Faculty
Lecturer 

MPH, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

Phone: +880-2-55668200 Ext:
Email: yamin.jahangir@northsouth.edu
Office:

Curriculum Vitae

I, Yamin Tauseef Jahangir, have obtained my Masters in Public Health (MPH) degree from Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand with a focus on health economics and population health care. Previsouly I have worked as a Senior Research Associate and a Teaching Fellow for Center for Gender, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, James P Grant School of Public Health at BRAC University,Dhaka, Bangladesh. Previously I was also stationed as a Research Assistant at the Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Chulalonkorn University for WHO/SEARO program development.

My work expertise is mainly on Qualitative Research Methodology linking with Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights issues. I am an expert in EU-FP 7 consortium project management, with a focus on South-South Technical Assistance and on Developing Capacity Building Strategy and Framework. I am also an expert in developing M&E tools for Intervention Research in Quality Improvement Cycle (QIC) for Menstrual Regulation cases to strengthen health systems capacity building strategy in three levels: at practitioner level, at research level and at policy level.

I am also a Systematic Literature Reviewer and performed situation analysis for WHO/SEARO project as, "Improving Public Health Teaching in Undergraduate Medical Schools in South-East Asia Region". I have prepared Facilitator's Guide for Supportive Supervision and Referral System for Marie Stopes and RHSTEP maternal health care organizations.

My Research interest lies with marginalised community, refugee reproductive health, slum community setting, qualitative research methodology, equitable access to health care, South-South Technical Assistance, psychosocial environment of patient, health-seeking behavior.

Referred Journal Article:

 

Mahmud, I., Chowdhury, S., Siddiqi,B.A.,Theobald, S., Ormel, H., Biswas, S., Jahangir, Y.T., Sarker, M. and Rashid, S. (2015) ‘Exploring the context in which different close-to-community sexual and reproductive health service providers operate in Bangladesh: A qualitative study’, Human Resources for Health, 13:51 [impact factor 1.65].

 

Research Report and Monograph:

 

Gani M.S., Sarker M., Siddiqi B.A., Mahmud I, Jahangir Y.T., Theobald S., Ormel H., Biswas S., Islam K.F., Camellia S., Rashid S.F.  (2014) Context Analysis: Close-to-Community Health Care Service Providers in Bangladesh, REACHOUTH: Linking Communities and Health System, a European Union funded consortium project. Reachout Consortium Context Analysis Bangladesh Report.

http://reachoutconsortium.org/media/1825/bangladeshcontextanalysisjuly2014compressed.pdf

 

Jahangir, Y.T. (2012) Blog Report: Overcoming the Health Education Challenges, WHO/SEARO Regional Meeting, 13-15 June 2012. HealthSpace.Asia

http://healthspace.asia/profiles/blogs/overcoming-the-health-education-challenges-who-searo-regional

 

Jahangir, Y.T., Kalampakorn S, Jirapongsuwan A. (2012) Health-seeking behavior of people living in a disaster prone community of Bangladesh, Faculty of Graduate Studies,  Mahidol University, Thailand.

 

Conference Proceeding or Presentation:

 

Jahangir, Y.T. (2014) “Sharing learning on close-to-community health programmes across different contexts: A south-south technical assistance capacity building model”, Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, Cape Town, South Africa.

 

Jahangir, Y.T. (2014) “Community based health systems in the urban slums of Bangladesh: What are the challenges, opportunities and links between formal and informal close-to-community providers?”, Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, Cape Town, South Africa.

 

Jahangir, Y.T. (2014) “Understanding the Menstrual Regulation service delivery perception of urban slum community women in Bangladesh”, Reproductive Health and Rights Seminar, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

Jahangir, Y.T. (2014) “Identifying close-to-community health care providers in urban slum setting of Bangladesh, a methodological iteration”, 4th Regional Public Health Conference, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

Jahangir, Y.T. (2012) “Health-seeking behaviour of people living in a disaster prone community of Bangladesh”, 44th Asia Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH), Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Received “Certificate Of Excellence” of the Department of States, from the Former  U.S. Ambassador to Bangladesh, James F. Moriarty, for an outstanding performance of work
with USAID, Bangladesh. Report on student outreach tour for the USAID on their funding projects
such as Smiling Sun Franchise Program (SSFP) and BANDHU, a Social Welfare Society HIV/AIDS
Center supported by Family Health International (FHI) for Male Sex Workers and volunteered in
Male having Sex with Male (MSM) condom promotion activities.

Worked on Reaching Out of School Children Project (ROSC), under the Ministry of Education, 
Bangladesh based on research proposal editing and critical appraisal. The project focused on
providing stipends for schooling under the name of ANANDA School to the children of families living below the poverty line and also to the school dropouts


Master Of Public Health (MPH), Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand 
Focus: Population and Community Health, Nutrition, Health Economics
Research: Health-seeking behaviour among people living in disaster prone
community of Bangladesh

B.Sc. Pharmacy, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Focus: Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Marketing,
Pharmaceutical Statistics, and Biopharmaceutics
Research: Safety Pharmacology of Herbal Medicine
In Bangladesh

Lecturer, Department of Public Health (2015-Present)
School of Health & Life Sciences, North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Senior Research Associate, James P Grant School of Public Health (2013-2015)
BRAC Institute of Global Health, BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Teaching Fellow, Research Methodologies, (2013-2015)
James P Grant School of Public Health
BRAC Institute of Global Health, BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Research Assistant, (February 2012-December 2012)
Department of Social and Preventive Medicine,
Faculty Of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

Research Consultant, (January 2013- March 2013) 
Committee of Action for Research,
Extension and Services (CARES), Dhaka, Bangladesh

Team Leader, Public Health Community Outreach Tour (October 2011)
Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

Freelance Reporter and Photojournalist, (2005-2010)
Star Campus Magazine
The Daily Star, Dhaka, Bangladesh

PBH 704 Hospital Management
PBH 101 Introduction to Public Health
PBH 805 Thesis Development

Member, HealthSpace.Asia Forum

Member, Mahidol University Faculty of Public Health Alumni

Facilitator and Trainer, Supportive Supervision, Methods Manual, Marie Stopes International, Dhaka, Bangladesh (2014)

Facilitator and Trainer, Referral System, Methods Manual, Marie Stopes International, Dhaka, Bangladesh (2014)

Training on “Qualitative Context Analysis and Data Coding” using Atlas.Ti software (2013)
James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Training on “Ethics in Human Research” Ethical Review Committee for Human Research (2011)
Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

Workshops on “Reporting, Internal and External Communication and Ethical Journalism” (2007)
The Daily Star Newspaper, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Workshops on “Content Development and Networking for Effective Journalism” (2006)
The Daily Star Newspaper, Dhaka, Bangladesh

My Research interest lies with marginalised community, refugee reproductive health, slum community setting, qualitative research methodology, equitable access to health care, South-South Technical Assistance, psychosocial environment of patient, health-seeking behavior.

Full Time Faculty
Lecturer 

MPH, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

Phone: +880-2-55668200 Ext:
Email: yamin.jahangir@northsouth.edu
Office:

Curriculum Vitae