Pasang Tamang is a PhD student at the Public Health Institute under the supervision of Pro. Padam Simkhada, Rose Khatri (PHI, LJMU) and Prof. Edwin van Teijlingen (Bournemouth University). Her PhD is a mixed methods study exploring the impact of the changing governmental organisation following the introduction of a federal republic in Nepal on quality of care in maternal and neonatal health.
Before starting her PhD, Pasang worked for Save the Children in Nepal as Knowledge Management and Advocacy Coordinator in Saving Newborn Lives III Project funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Most Recently, Pasang was part of research team for capturing the key discussions around Primary Health Care (PHC) and the role of the Private Sector during the 5th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research 2018.
2013, Queen Margaret University, Scotland, Msc International Health
2010, Nepal Institute of Health Sciences, Nepal, Bachelors in Public Health
2006, Nepal Institute of Health Sciences, Nepal, Proficiency in General Medicine (HA)
Shahi P, Tamang P, Simkhada PP, Rawat K. 2019. Child Marraige: Knowledge, practive and its attributed consequences among early married women in Jumla, Nepal Asian Pacific Journal of Health Science, 6 :140-148 Publisher Url Public Url
Shahi P, De Kok B, Tamang P. 2017. Inequity in the Utilization of Maternal-Health Care Services in South Asia: Nepal, India and Sri Lanka International journal of health sciences and research, 7 Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
Tamang P, Shahi P. Retention and motivation of Skilled Birth Attendants (SBA) in rural Nepal: SBA perspective Fifth national summit of health and population scientist in Nepal, 2019 :94-94 Author Url Publisher Url