A global network of researchers

Dr Buna Bhandari PhD (UNSW, Australia)

Assistant Professor - Central Department of Public Health at Tribhuvan University Institute of Medicine | Kathmandu , Nepal

Spoken languages:
Open to collaboration.

AuthorAID articles


Research Keywords:
Cardiovascular disease, epidemiology, mHealth, hypertension, systematic review, and meta-analysis, Gender-based violence, Maternal, and Child health
Collaboration interests:
Open to collaboration for research
I am working as an Assistant Professor of epidemiology at the Central Department of Public Health at Tribhuvan University Institute of Medicine, Kathmandu Nepal. I completed my PhD in Public Health from the School of Population Health of the University of New South Wales, Australia with a focus in the management of non-communicable diseases especially cardiovascular diseases using mHealth. Over the decades, I am working as an academician and involved in teaching-learning activities of undergraduate Medical, Public health and Nursing students and supervising the research projects of students. I am passionate about conducting different kinds of epidemiological studies related to cardiovascular diseases, maternal and child health issues like Gender-Based violence, nutrition, and environmental health, policy and program evaluation etc. I am trained in the conduction of systematic reviews and meta-analyses. I am also working as a peer reviewer in different BMC, Oxford and digital health journals, and guest facilitator and Stewards for the Author AID by contributing to online courses development and facilitation. I have authored different articles in scientific journals related to hypertension, maternal health, and community-based education and a chapter on a book "Handbook of pregnancy and nutrition" published from Springer Nature, USA. My main objectives are to be a part of different epidemiological studies and strengthen scientific knowledge, thereby contributing to policymaking.

Social Media

To see other contact details you need to have an active task with this person

Contacting Researchers

You need to sign in to be able to send messages to other researchers. If you're already a member you can sign in here. If not you can sign up for a free account.

The above links will open in a new tab in your web browser. Once you are signed in, you can come back to this browser tab and reload it to see the contact form.