Nasrin Sultana

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Biography

Dr. Nasrin Sultana has completed her B.S.S.(1998) and M.SS. (1999) degree in Economics from the University of Dhaka and joined as lecturer in the Institute of Health Economics, University of Dhaka in 2002. She gained a PhD in Health Economics from University of Dhaka in 2014. Currently she is working as Associate Professor in the same Institute.

Teaching

Sultana has teaching experience more than fifteen years. She mainly teaches principles of economics, micro economic theory, macroeconomics, statistics, mathematics, public finance and research methodology courses.

Research

Experienced in conducting research on the issues: mother and child health care, reproductive health services, estimation of health care cost, quality of health care, fiscal space assessment of Health, Nutrition and Population sector, health insurance scheme for the garment workers, micro health insurance scheme for delivery of health care, and assessment of local level planning . She has experience in working with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of Bangladesh, local NGOs and international donor agencies since 2003.

Publications

Sultana N., “Diseases Pattern and Health Care Seeking Behavior of Small and Medium Industrial Enterprise (SMIE) Workers in Bangladesh” is published in the journal of The Dhaka University Studies, Vol.70, No.2, December 2015.

Sultana N. et al., “Health Care Seeking Behavior of Slum-Dwellers in Dhaka City: Results of a Household Survey” is published in WHO publications, June 2015.

Sultana N. and Bhuiyan S M., “A Comparison of Costs at Different Tiers in Public and Private Hospitals for Inpatients of Some Selected Health Facilities in Dhaka” is published in the journal of The Dhaka University Studies(Journal of Faculty of Arts), Vol. 70, No.1, June 2013.

Sultana N. and Bhuiyan S M., “Woman Entrepreneurship in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Bangladesh” is published in the journal of The Dhaka University Studies(Journal of Faculty of Arts), Vol. 69, No.1, June 2012.

Sultana N. and Islam S., “Industrial Relations System in the Export Processing Zones (EPZs) in Bangladesh” is published in the Dhaka University Journal of Management, Vol. 2, No.1, June 2010.
Sultana, N., “Defining and Measuring Health” is published in the journal of The Dhaka University Studies, Vol.65, No.2, December 2008, Vol.66, No.1 June 2009.

Sultana, N. and Bhuiyan S.M., “Governance and Corruption in Public health Care System: Experiences of some Developing countries including Bangladesh” is published in the Journal of The Dhaka University Studies, Vol.64, No.2, December 2007, Vol.65, No.1 June 2008.

Sultana N. and Jahan N.A., “Health Insurance Schemes for the Development of Women Health Status in Bangladesh” is published in the Journal of Empowerment, a Journal of Women for Women, Vol.14, 2007.

Sultana N. and Jahan N.A., “Prevalence, Incidence and Burden of Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases: The Pattern and Causes of Gender Differential” is published in the Journal of Social Science Review (The Dhaka University Studies, Part-D), Vol. 23, No. 2, December 2006.

Begum H A, Bhuiyan S M, Sultana N., Molla A A, “Malaria All over the World: As a Disease Burden”is published in the Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine (JOPSOM , Vol. 25, No. 2, December 2006.

Sultana N. et al., “Level of Gender Inequality in Health, Nutrition and Educational Status in Bangladesh” is published in the Journal of Pakistan Journal of Social Science, Vol.3, No. 2, 2005.

Sultana N. et al.,“Delivery of Health Care through Micro Health Insurance Scheme: An Assessment of the Health Programme of Grameen Kalyan”

Sultana N. and Haque R., “Key Policy Issues for Effective Health Sector Decentralization”is published in the Journal of The Dhaka University Studies, Vol.61, No.1. June 2004.

Sultana N. et al., “Choice of Delivery Care in the Urban Slums” is published in the Journal of The Dhaka University Studies, Vol.61, No.1, June 2004.

Sultana N., “Trends and Patterns of Health Expenditures and Health Outcomes in Bangladesh vis- a – vis other South Asian Countries” has published in the journal of The Dhaka University Studies, Vol.70, No.2, December 2015.

Sultana N. et al., “Universal Health Coverage in Bangladesh: Challenges and Prospects” has been accepted for publication in the journal of The Dhaka University Studies, Vol.70, No.2, December 2015.

Sultana N. et al..,“Challenges and prospects of implementing local level planning to improve MNCH services in Bangladesh: Evidence from selected upazilas” has published in the Journal of Social Science Review (The Dhaka University Studies, Part-D), Vol. 23, No. 2, December 2016

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