Full Time Faculty
Lecturer

Master of Culture, Health and Medicine, The Australian National University, Australia

Phone: +880-2-55668200 Ext: 6153

Email: nur.khan@northsouth.edu
Office: NAC: 908, PSS, NSU.

Curriculum Vitae

Nur Newaz Khan is a lecturer at the Department of Political Science and Sociology. Recently, he completed advanced master degree of Culture, Health and Medicine (Medical Anthropology) from the Australian National University (ANU) with a High Distinction. His completed thesis paper is a systematic review of roles and position of Non-formal biomedical providers and prescribers in developing country which has been published as an ebook recently. He completed his bachelor and first master degree in Anthropology from Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh. He has strong research background with over 7 years of experience in international development organizations like BRAC University and icddr,b before joining at NSU. He is specialized in socio-anthropological theories, qualitative research methods and medical anthropology. Nur has diverge research interests but currently focusing on health disparities, pharmacuticalization in developing countries and structural violence forming in different spheres in society particularly in developing countries. 

BOOK:
Nur N. Khan, (2015), What are the roles, actions and positions of non-formal biomedical prescribers and providers in developing countries? A systematic literature review (master’s thesis), The Australian National University, GRIN Publishers, Germany. ISBN: 9783668272187.

JOURNAL ARTICLES:

Khan, N Nur, (2017), Seasonal migration induced spousal separation and infertility: growing evidences demand significance in developing countries, International Journal of Perceptions in Public Health, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 4, p. 215-217, sep. 2017. ISSN 2399-8164. Available at: <http://www.ijpph.org/index.php/ijpph/article/view/68>. 


Khan, N Nur., (2016), Entertainment-Education as public health tools in changing health behavior: global applications and an example of popular TV drama in Bangladesh, The Journal of Anthropology, Volume 21, Department of Anthropology, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh.

Khan, N Nur., (2016), Environmental Factors, Perceived Normal Illnesses and Chronic Poverty Among the Urban Poor of Dhaka City, The Journal of Social Studies, Vol: 151, July-September, Center for Social Studies (CSS) Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Khan, N Nur., (2012), Bangladeshe pratishthanik amlatontrer bastobota o nirdirto prekhite amlatontrer priogik bohumatrikota (Reality of organizational bureaucracy in Bangladesh and applied dynamics of bureaucracy in particular context); (published in Bengali), Somaj Nirikhhon 120, January-March 2012, Center for Social Studies, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Khan, N Nur., (2011), Chayanov ebong Sunirdisto Dhoroner Orthoniti Hishabe Krishok Somajer totta   (Chayanov   and   Peasantry   as   a specific type of Economy); (translation into Bengali form original article in English by Basile Kerblay, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE), Sorbonne), Somaj Nirikhhon 116, January-March 2011, Center for Social Studies, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

RESEARCH WORKING PAPERS/REPORTS:

Nur, N Khan., Becky Mitchel., Masum Billah., (2016),  Evaluation of GoB, UNICEF, CIFF initiative to facilitate and accelerate implementation of the Bangladesh National Nutrition Services: Qualitative Findings (evaluation report unpublished submitted to donor), icddr,b Dhaka, Bangladesh.  

Naved, T Ruchira., Talukder A, Farhad, M Shariar., Khan, N Nur., (2013), Community Perspective on addressing Violence Against Women and Girls in Bangladesh, project paper submitted to DFID from icddr,b.

Camellia,S., Khan, N Nur., Naved, T Ruchira., (2012), Violence  against  Unmarried  Adolescent  girls  in  Dhaka  slums,  2012, working paper no. 176, Dhaka, icddr,b.  

Naved, T Ruchira., Rahman Harisur, Khan, N Nur., (2011), A Rapid Assessment of Gender in Agriculture of Bangladesh, co-authored report submitted from icddr,b to WorldFish, IRRI, CIMMYT.

 ABSTRACTS ACCEPTED AND PRESENTED PAPERS:

Abstract accepted and awarded the best presentation in Medical Humanities panel for the paper titled “Environmental Impacts on Health and Poverty among the Urban Poor” at the Transatlantic Connections Conference 2 hosted by the Drew University, New Jersey, USA held in Donegal, Ireland in 2015  

Abstract accepted and awarded the judge selection category for the poster presentation titled “Refugee mental health and meaning of ‘home’: understandings from socio-psychological analysis” for the Australian National University (ANU) library digital collection at the first ANU Student Research Conference, July 2015 in Canberra, Australia. 

 

  • Nominated as “Outstanding Australian Awards Student” from The Australian National University in 2014-15 for excellent academic performance to attend the ‘40 year’s celebration of the Australian Aid program’ and meeting with Julie Bishop, the Minister of Foreign Affairs in Canberra, Australia.   
  • Australian Awards (former AusAid) full scholarship for 2 years master degree 2014 intake. 
  • University Merit Scholarship 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 for academic performance in Anthropology at Jahangirnagar University.
  • Life Member of Notre Dame College Rover Scout unit,  Dhaka, Bangladesh for  outstanding  performance  and  achievements  in  International  Rover  moot  in  2000.  

Master of Culture, Health and Medicine (Advanced), 2015, College of Arts and Social Scinece and ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment, The Australian National University, Australia (High Distinction). 

Thesis paper: What are the roles, actions and positions of non-formal biomedical prescribers and providers in developing countries? a systematic review of the literature

MSS in Anthropology, 2007,  Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh (First Class)
Thesis paper: Environmental Problem and Chronic illness among the urban poor: an in-depth look at urban poverty 

BSS in Anthropology, 2006, Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh (First Class)

Lecturer, Dpeartment of Political Science and Sociology (PSS), North South University, Bangladesh from August, 2016 to till date.

Research Investigator at International Centre for Diarrhoeal Diseases Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b); May- July, 2016

Senior Research Officer at International Centre for Diarrhoeal Diseases Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b); Feb22,  2011- April 30, 2016

Research Assistant at BRAC Development Institute, BRAC University, Bangladesh; Mar 1, 2010- Dec 31, 2010

Research Assistant to Dr David Hulme Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, England; Jan 2010-Feb 2010

Research Assistant to Nikola Bnaks,  Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, England; Sept 2008-Jun 2009

Introduction to Anthropology (ANT 101), PSS Department.
Introduction to Sociology (SOC 101), PSS Department.

  • Memeber of the Golden Key International Honour Society (https://www.goldenkey.org/) the Australian National University (ANU) Chapter.
  • Member of the Australia Alumni Association Bangladesh (www.aaabd.org).
  • Member of the Australian National University Bangladeshi Student Association (ANUBSA); served as Student welfare officer for  from October 2014 to December 2015.
  • Member of the Australian National University Alumni Association, Canberra, Australia.
  • Member of the Anthropology Alumni Association (AAA), Department of Anthropology, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh.

Social and anthropological research methods, anthropology of health and illness, structural violence, media and social impacts, health and pharmaceuticalization, mental health and society, alternative and ethno-medicine, organization and bureaucracy, gender and violence against women, systematic review in social science.

Full Time Faculty
Lecturer

Master of Culture, Health and Medicine, The Australian National University, Australia

Phone: +880-2-55668200 Ext: 6153

Email: nur.khan@northsouth.edu
Office: NAC: 908, PSS, NSU.

Curriculum Vitae