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Dr. Surya B. Parajuli

Medical Faculty/Editor/Translational Research/Research Director - Community Medicine and Public Health/Birat Journal of Health Sciences/Dhulikhel Hospital/Nepal Medical Volunteer Society at Birat Medical College & Teaching Hospital/Kathmandu University/Nepal Medical Volunteer Society | Biratnagar , Nepal

Basic Medical Sciences, Healthcare, Life Sciences, Medicine, Social Work
Spoken languages:
English, Nepalese
Available for mentoring and open to collaboration.
Support Level:
Editing Support, Long-term mentoring and support, Short-term mentoring and support
Support Offered:
Writing, Article planning, Dealing with the publishing process, Publication ethics, Responding to peer review, News articles, Social media, Theses and dissertation writing


Life Sciences, Basic Medical Sciences, Medicine, Social Work, Healthcare
Research Keywords:
translational research, snake bite, dengue, policy analysis, self-medication, journals editor, journal reviewer, research communication, health advocacy, e-health, m health
Collaboration interests:
Community-based Health Promotion, Medical Sciences, Health Sciences, Public Health, Nursing Care, Social Sciences, Translational Research, Cardiovascular Health, Snakebite, Dengue etc
Greetings !!! Dr. Surya B. Parajuli, currently working as medical faculty at Department of Community Medicine, Birat Medical College & Teaching Hospital. He is Coordinator of Research and Publication Department, Editor of Birat Journal of Health Sciences (BJHS) and Member Secretary of Institutional Review Committee of the same institute. He has completed the Doctor of Medicine (MD) in Community Medicine & Tropical Diseases from the B. P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS), Dharan, Nepal in 2015. He did his MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) from Kathmandu University, Nepal and Master of Arts in Humanities and Social Sciences (Rural Development/Agrarian Injury as Thesis) from Tribhuwan University, Nepal. He has founded and has been leading the Nepal Medical Volunteer Society at eastern Nepal since 2011. He has been continuously involved in Health research advocacy, eHealth initiative, a mentorship program for young students, policy advocacy, developing and setting up innovative community-based health endeavors in rural Nepal. He has been producing and presenting his popular radio health program “Doctor Saathi’ since 2011. It has already completed its 160th episode with having 50 thousand listeners. He was a site investigator at national level RCT for “A randomized, double-blind, clinical trial of two dose regimens of VINS polyvalent anti-venom ATC J06AA03 for the treatment of Snake bites with neurotoxin envenoming in Nepal (n 08-192)” at B. P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal in collaboration with Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland. Since last 3 year, he has initiated Budi-Ganga Health Survey (BHS) in Morang district of Nepal in coordination with local government. Budiganga rural municipality has 40,165 population with 9,500 households. Since 2018 he has started as Fellow in Translational Research Capacity Building to address Cardiovascular Diseases in Nepal supported by US National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI). He has the responsibility of Biomedical Journal Editorship. Currently, he is an Editor at Birat Journal of Health Sciences (www.nepjol.info/index.php/bjhs), International Editor at International Journal of Perceptions in Public Health (www.ijpph.org/index.php/ijpph/about/editorialTeam), International Editor at Journal of Medical Research and Innovation (www.jmri.org.in/index.php/jmri/about/editorialTeam), Health Section Editor at Bibechana: A Multidisciplinary Journal (www.nepjol.info/index.php/BIBECHANA). You can communicate with him through "contact/email me" form from his website www.suryaparajuli.com.np or his direct email drsathii@yahoo.com Thank you.
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