Rishad Choudhury RobinThe Leprosy Mission International - Bangladesh · Rural Health Program
Rishad Choudhury Robin
BDS MPH PGDHA DrPH
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I am a Public Health Professional having around 14 years of experience in different aspects of public health including Public Health Research, Program Management in a Humanitarian Context, Teaching at the Master's Level, and Hospital Management. My Research focus are Tobacco, Alcohol, Child Health and Health Management
Skills and Expertise
January 2020 - August 2020
- Project Manager
September 2014 - September 2015
Apollo Hospitals Educational and Research Institute
Field of study
- Hospital Administration
September 2008 - January 2011
This paper aimed to develop a harm reduction model to reduce exposure to environmental tobacco smoke among children of rural households in Bangladesh. A mixed-methods exploratory sequential design has been applied, and data has been collated from six randomly selected villages of Munshigonj district, Bangladesh. The research was divided into three...
Severe acute respiratory syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has a tremendous effect worldwide, and as a front liner, health professionals are significantly exposed to the disease. This study focused on exploring the seroprevalence of the antibody of the health professional who never had a SARS-CoV-2 vaccine and never found positive through reverse...
Introduction: Passive smoking exposure is a global public health issue. Children are the most vulnerable population considering the geographical situation. In Bangladesh, the prevalence of exposure among children is 40.0% which indicated a significant public health concern. The study aimed to explore individuals’ perspectives to exposer of passive...
Domestic Helping Hands are one of the most vulnerable and exploited groups among informal workers in Bangladesh and the world. Considering their vulnerabilities, this cross-sectional study was carried out in Dhaka city to determine the factors associated with the working environment and safety of the Domestic Helping Hands. In this study, a total o...
Introduction: The sugarcane harvest migrant workers are an underprivileged group in Thailand and have a high risk of exposure to secondhand smoke but are potentially neglected in health promotion interventions. Methods: This three-phase study applied a mixed-method research approach. The data were collected from February to December 2019 from the S...
Objectives The objective of this systematic review and meta-analysis was to investigate COVID-19 mortality and severity among patients with pre-existing COPD. Methods We performed systematic searches in Ovid Medline, Embase via Ovid, PubMed and Scopus from 15 December 2019 to 7 July 2020. Studies which reported the association and presented data o...
Introduction: While multiple vaccines are undergoing clinical trial across the globe, we yearn for an FDA approved drug to protect us from the devastating pandemic for the time being. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of Ivermectin when administered as pre-exposure prophylaxis for COVID-19. Method: An observational study, with 118 heal...
Background: Alcohol consumption is one of the leading public health problems in the modern era and associates with almost 200 health conditions. In Thailand, the number of alcohol consumers is increasing especially among women. Agriculture is one of the major sectors of Thailand where almost half of the workforce is female. However, the pattern and...
Introduction: Exposure of passive smoking is a key public health issue around the world. The goal of the study was to find out the knowledge and perception among adults towards passive smoking exposure on children in the rural communities of Bangladesh. Methodology: A descriptive survey had been conducted through a self-administrative questionnaire...
Objectives: This study aimed to determine the factors associated with reducing exposure to secondhand smoke among children in households of rural Bangladesh. Methods: A cross-sectional study of 410 smokers and non-smokers, in 6 villages of Munshigonj district was conducted. Data were collected randomly using a self-administrative questionnaire....
Background: A definitive treatment of SARS CoV-2 is yet to arrive and the human death toll rises exponentially globally. In this health emergency, it might be useful to look into the old therapies which could be effective against the virus. In vitro research showed Ivermectin could decrease the concentration of coronavirus 4000 to 5000 folds in liv...
Objective: The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence and factors influencing alcohol consumption behavior of migrant workers. Method: A community-based analytical cross-sectional study was carried out on 559 samples drawn from 15 communities of the lower northern region of Thailand through a multistage random sampling technique. Descrip...
Background: Passive smoking prevalence is high in Bangladesh. We aimed to explore the association of the theory of planned behavior constructs to reduce the exposure of passive smoking among children in the rural area of Bangladesh. Study Design: Cross-sectional study. Methods: Overall, 410 adults had been taken at random following a self-adminis...
Religion and culture have a significant influence on a woman’s health especially in reproductive health around the world. All major religion has a different belief about health issue as well as it’s varying from personal interpretation of faith and the impact of culture and tradition. The woman’s health issue in Bangladesh is a fusion of religious...
Passive smoking is a curse for the children. Every year almost 600,000 premature deaths occur due to passive smoking. Almost 63% of ischemic heart disease is a consequence of passive smoking. There are different initiatives have been taken across the world to reduce the harm of this exposure. The objective of this review article is to present diffe...
I need a Scopus (Q2/Q3) indexed paid journal related to Public Health within 300$ to 400$. The research is focus on Alcohol.
I am using mixed method research design. My research has 4 steps.
For step 1 I am doing qualitative (KII), step 2 quantitative (Cross-sectional survey), step 3 qualitative (FGD) and step 4 quantitative (Delphi method).
I will find the situation of the research problem through KII. After that the factors from KII and factors from previous literature and theory, I will do the cross-sectional survey. Than with factors from KII and cross-sectional survey, I will conduct the FGD. Later I will evaluate it through Delphi method.
What type of mixed method design should I use? Exploratory sequential design or any other?
I used binary logistic regression and got 4 variables significant. Now I want to see the relationship between these 4 independent variables. Like how A influence B or C. What type of statistics I need to do for that? I am using SPSS.
Which is the best method to analyze qualitative data and are there any free software to analyse qualitative data focused on public health?
The Government of Bangladesh enacted the Smoking and Tobacco Products Usage (Control) Act in 2005, imposed ban on most forms of direct advertisement of tobacco products and regulation on sponsorships and some other types of promotion. The Act was amended in 2013, making the ban comprehensive on tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship with FCTC MPOWER policies. In this amendment, all kinds of direct and indirect advertising of tobacco products were restricted. Despite having a comprehensive tobacco control law and measures to enforce ban on TAPS, tobacco companies and traders continue TASP activities for the sake of business. The common forms of violations are found at POS. POSs have become a strategic location for tobacco companies to advertise tobacco brands. Tobacco companies adapt their marketing and promotion strategies from time to time to remain one step ahead of the law enforcing agencies. They employ different strategies for different contexts. The recent increasing trend in tobacco consumption raises questions about the effectiveness of the current implementation strategy of the provision – TAPS Ban. This research aims to explore effective community-level interventions to enforce TAPS Ban and identify implementing policy gaps. It is a cross-sectional study where a qualitative method was followed. Key Informant Interviews and a Physical observation checklist were the instruments for data collection. The study found that apart from the government agencies, NGOs, civil society organizations, community organizations, youth clubs, community volunteers, etc. need to step up and support the TAPS BAN interventions at different levels. The study suggests that close coordination between the national level task force and local taskforces could potentially lead to improved effectiveness.
To find out the factor influencing the work safety of the Helping hand of Dhaka city of Bangladesh. Helping hand is a word with wide range of people working under a single man or single family or a group of companies; although in this research sample, we specifically include only domestic workers serving under individual specific family in Dhaka city.