Hubert Department of Global Health
Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University
Monique Hennink is Associate Professor of Global Health. Her research focuses on behavioral aspects of public health issues to understand the social, cultural and contextual influences in order to develop effective health interventions. 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, fecal contamination in Ghana and women’s access water in India. She has over 25 years’ experience in teaching and conducting qualitative health research worldwide She has authored five textbooks on qualitative research, including: Qualitative Research Methods 2nd edition (2020); Focus Group Discussions (2014), Qualitative Research Methods (2011) (also translated into Chinese) and International Focus Group Discussions (2007). She teaches graduate-level courses in qualitative research at Emory University. She developed and teaches on the ‘QUAL-WORKS’ training program for public health professionals, provided worldwide (http://tinyurl.com/rsph-qr).
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