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Ms Rose Khatri

Ms Rose Khatri

Telephone: 0151 231 4118


Rose Khatri is the Programme Leader for the Public Health programmes; MSc Public Health, Public Health (Addictions) and International Public Health. She is also the manager for the Education Team. The focus of her work is on curriculum development, teaching and supervision. Specialist teaching areas include International Health, Globalization and Public Health Policy. Rose has supervised a number of PhD projects five of which have used participatory methods of inquiry.

Research interests include Participatory Methodology, Obesity, Maternal Health, Diabetes, Primary Health Care and Ageing. She is particularly interested in the international dimensions of these areas and is currently supervising a PhD study on the development of public health skills in health workers in low and middle income countries. Rose was involved on a Higher Education (HE) link programme funded by DelPHE with partners at Tribhuvan University, Nepal and University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The focus of these links was to support curriculum development, research methods and teaching practices across all institutions. Also to develop and improve collaboration between the HE and other related state and non-state sectors including NGO’s. Themes of the research included: Gender Mainstreaming, Indigenous Health Knowledge and Women’s Health and Maternal Mortality


1990, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, MA (ECON), Political Development

Academic appointments

Programme Leader, Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University, 2013 - present
Senior Lecturer, Public Health, Liverpool JMU, 1991 - 2013


Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Smith GM, Khatri R. 2017. Implications for educational practice - overriding the choices of mental health service users: A study examining the acute mental health nurses, 18th Nursing Ethics Conference & 3rd International Ethics in Care Conference :132-133

Editorials and letter to the editor

Simkhada B, Mackay S, Khatri R, simkhada P, van Teijlingen E, Sharma CK, Angell C, Pokhrel T, Marahatta S. 2016. Continual Professional Development (CPD): Improving Quality of Nursing Care in Nepal Health Prospect: Journal of Public Health, 111 >Link

Journal Articles

Al-Mujtaba M, Sam-Agudu N, Khatri R. 2016. Barriers to the practice of exclusive breastfeeding among HIV-positive mothers in sub-Saharan Africa: A scoping review of counselling, socioeconomic and cultural factors Journal of AIDS and HIV Research, 8 :70-79 >DOI

Mitchell GK, Brady K, Khatri R. 2014. "An evaluation of the Wirral Healthy Takeaways Initiative" Journal of Environmental Health Research, 14 :43-56

Parker SL, Nikku BR, Khatri R. 2014. Social policy, social work and age care in Nepal: mapping services and missing links European Journal of Social Work Online, :1-16 >DOI

Parker S, Khatri R, Cook I, Pant B. 2014. Theorizing Aging in Nepal: Beyond the Biomedical Model Canadian Journal of Sociology, 39 :231-254

Elkharam W, Khatri R, Wallymamed AH, Gee I, Elhisadi T. 2013. Knowledge of and Aherence to Health Advice among Adults with diabetes in Libya Ibnosina Journal of Medicines and Biomedical Sciences, 5

Khatri RJ, Ozano K, Simkhada P. Improving local health through community health workers in Cambodia: challenges and solutions Human Resources for Health,

Khatri RJ, Ozano K. Reflexivity, positionality and power in cross-cultural participatory action research with research assistants in rural Cambodia Educational Action Research, >DOI

Engagement & Impact

Teaching qualification:

Title of qualification gained: HEA Fellow