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Anjali Raj Westwood

Anjali Raj Westwood
UBI Business School · Business School

PhD

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Introduction
Current research interests Management: healthcare management, digital health, home based healthcare, entrepreneurship Medicine: infertility, obstetrics, natural birth, breastfeeding, antenatal care and education
Education
September 2016 - September 2020
The University of Warwick
Field of study
  • Health Sciences
September 2013 - September 2014
The University of Warwick
Field of study
  • Entrepreneurship
August 2010 - April 2013
ICFAI Business School
Field of study
  • Business Management

Publications

Publications (10)
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Gender equality is integral to a universities’ strategy and agenda. However, there is a gap when looking through the lens of shared parental leave (SPL) or breastfeeding. This research investigates the causal relationship between SPL, breastfeeding, and workplace support. A survey targeting women working in UK Higher Education Institutions was cond...
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Irrespective of geography, the implementation of telehealth has been one of the biggest changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Post the pandemic, telehealth will continue to be part of mainstream health service delivery but in a different format. This commentary investigates the hybrid model of telehealth in India. A hybrid model can help India p...
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Has the onset of the pandemic changed the way we utilise telemedicine forever? Anjali Raj Westwood shares her views
Conference Paper
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Background : Yoga is gaining popularity among pregnant women and evidence about effectiveness is needed Objective: Identify obstetric and mental health benefits or harms attributable to prenatal Yoga Design: Systematic review and narrative synthesis. 4 databases searched- AMED, EMBASE, MEDLINE and CINAHL, using the search terms ‘Yoga’ AND ‘Preg...
Article
Chronic pain is a major clinical challenge in Scotland and across Europe as a whole. 18% of the United Kingdom population are currently affected by severe chronic pain. Health Boards and Third Sector Organisations shifted to digital services due to COVID-19. The aim of this literature review was to examine the patient's perception, engagement, and...
Article
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Anjali Raj Westwood explains how COVID-19 has accelerated the adoption of telemedicine and home healthcare approaches in India, and the potential shift in the structure of healthcare delivery as a result of these developments.
Presentation
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This presentation was made at the University of Copenhagen during the Digitally Engaged Patient Conference organised by the VITAL team. It was a case study presentation on the work being done by a m-health startup based in India, that I am a director of.
Poster
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This poster was submitted during the annual symposium at Warwick Medical School. It depicts the design, methods and results from the 1st cohort of a feasibility trial conducted in India.

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Projects (4)
Project
-Identify existing barriers to uptake of SPL in HE -Evaluate existing breastfeeding policies and infrastructure for working moms in HE -Improve gender equity in the workplace