Ranjit Khutan

Ranjit Khutan
University of Wolverhampton · Department of Public Health

PhD, MSc, BA (Hons), PGCE, FHEA, FRSPH, FRSA

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Introduction
My research interests span the human life course whilst focusing on specific populations, settings & activities; & aim to analyse, explain & reframe discourse & evidence in public health. Research interests include prisoner public health & reducing recidivism through improvements to health & wellbeing, the use & effectiveness of the arts in public health & how these activities can be evaluated, & public health issues within communities: BAME & LGBT. Contact & Links see: MiMi.link/RanjitKhutan

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Purpose The Anhui Maternal–Child Health Study (AMCHS) aims to examine determinants of reproduction, pregnancy and postpartum maternal and child health outcomes in Chinese women who received assisted reproductive technology (ART). Study design and participants AMCHS is an ongoing cohort study starting from May 2017. AMCHS recruits participants from...
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Background Social identities - e.g., sex/gender, ethnicity, ability, sexual orientation - and their intersections shape health inequalities in societies. Yet, a systematic, critical integration into public health curricula is lacking, especially in the European region. To address this gap, we developed a curriculum on social identities and their im...
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Objective To assess the association of fish consumption with risk of dementia and its dose–response relationship, and investigate variations in the association among low-, middle- and high-income countries. Design A new community-based cross-sectional study and a systematic literature review. Settings Urban and rural communities in China; populat...
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Background: Prostate cancer is a major cause of cancer death in Nigerian men. Attempts to reduce mortality from prostate cancer have focused mainly on early detection of the disease by the use of PSA testing. As a result of the increased incidence of prostate cancer in Nigeria despite the widespread availability of testing facilities, it became pe...

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