Dr .Meghan Bohren is a Senior Research Fellow in the Gender and Women’s Health Unit, Centre for Health Equity, University of Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, Australia. She holds an Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Research Award and Dame Kate Campbell Fellowship. Dr Bohren leads primary mixed-methods, implementation research and systematic reviews related to improving women’s experiences with pregnancy and childbirth care, and works primarily with groups who are disadvantaged by systems of power. Dr Bohren has a particular interest in using innovative qualitative research methods to bring community and health worker voices to the public health guideline development process. Prior to joining University of Melbourne, Dr Bohren worked in the Department of Reproductive Health and Research at the World Health Organization, Johns Hopkins University, and Population Services International (PSI). Dr Bohren obtained her PhD and MSPH from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and BA in Psychology and Global Studies (African Studies) from The College of William and Mary.
The University of Melbourne
Victoria 3010 Australia