DPhil Population Health
Scholar holds an MSc in International Health & Tropical Medicine from the University of Oxford and a BA in Anthropology from Moi University in Kenya. She is keen on promoting the value of social sciences in contributing to global health and in particular, in relation to improving access to and quality of maternal health care.
As part of the wider project, ‘Fakes, Fabrications and Falsehoods? Interrogating the social, ethical and political features of pseudo-global health’, Scholar will investigate how frontline healthcare workers assess medicine quality, what contextual factors influence their ability to distinguish genuine from fake or degraded products, their perceptions and challenges, including what informs their decisions and actions, especially in resource-constrained settings.