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Mandana Vahabi, RN, MHSC, PhD is an Associate Professor at Ryerson University, Faculty of Community Services, Daphne Cockwell school of Nursing. Her research program focuses on immigrant health, particularly women’s health, socio-cultural determinants of health, health literacy and access to primary and secondary health care services. Her research approaches include quantitative, multi-method and community based research. Dr. Vahabi has extensive experience in population and community based assessment, planning and evaluation. In her work with immigrant population she has also been involved in the design, implementation and evaluation of culturally sensitive and appropriate health promotion interventions. She previously worked as a policy consultant at the Ministry of Health Long Term Care, Population Health Policy & Planning and Women’s Health Branch, and as senior epidemiologist/ health planner at the Toronto District Health Council (TDHC) where she was involved in managing various system level projects such as "Heath System Monitoring and Evaluation", and "Toronto Small Planning Areas: A Population-Based Approach to constructing New Health Planning Areas in the City".
Immigrant health particularly women’s health, socio-cultural determinants of health, health literacy and access to primary and secondary health care services, multi-method and community based research.
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