BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCS MRCGP MPhil SFHEA
Senior Clinical Lecturer in Global Surgery (OUGSG) and Clinical Researcher (Health Systems Collaborative)
Global Maternal Child Health
Dr Shobhana (Shobi) Nagraj is a Clinical Researcher, with a professional background in paediatric surgery and primary care, and a research background in Health Services Research and Implementation Science.
During her time as a clinician and medical educator, Shobi has worked closely with rural communities and Community Health Care Workers in low-resource settings globally. She is passionate about delivering high-quality, universal health services to women and children, that meet the needs of the communities and end-users. Shobi’s research focuses on the use of theory in the design, development and implementation of complex interventions (including mobile technologies) to support the interprofessional education and training of the healthcare workforce in low-resource settings.
Shobi co-leads the Oxford University Global Surgery Course and is part of the NIHR Global Health Community of Practice on Community Engagement & Involvement.
SMARThealth pregnancy: the development & evaluation of a complex intervention for pregnant women at high risk of future cardiometabolic disorders in rural India
NAGRAJ S. et al, (2021), British journal of obstetrics and gynaecology
SMARThealth Pregnancy: Feasibility and acceptability of a complex intervention for high-risk pregnant women in rural India: Protocol for a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial.
NAGRAJ S. et al, (2021), Frontiers in Global Women's Health
SMARThealth Pregnancy: Feasibility and acceptability of a complex intervention for high-risk pregnant women in rural India: Protocol for a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial
HIRST J. et al, (2021), Frontiers in Global Women's Health
Doing interprofessional research in the COVID-19 era: a discussion paper
Sy M. et al, (2020), Journal of Interprofessional Care, 1 - 7
Cardiometabolic risk factors in pregnancy and implications for long-term health: identifying the research priorities for low-resource settings
HIRST J. et al, (2020), Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine