Hubert Department of Global Health
Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University
Dr. Hennink joined the Emory faculty in 2005. Her research focuses on the social, cultural and contextual influences on public health behavior, to identify potential behavioral interventions. She has extensive experience in conducting and teaching qualitative research, particularly in developing country settings. She has authored three academic textbooks on qualitative research methods that are particularly applicable to international public health research. She teaches qualitative research methods and data analysis to graduate students, and conducts intensive training workshops for students, researchers and professionals globally. She has conducted over 20 training workshops in over ten countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the USA. She has conducted field based research in Africa and Asia on a range of public health issues and has published research on household water filters in India, water management in Kenya and fecal contamination in Ghana.
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