Dr. Lalit Yadav
Lalit is a Research Fellow within Global Surgery and Disability Research Programme. His area research is to understand pathways of care for older adults with hip fractures in India, and identify factors associated with evidence-practice gap along with the barriers and challenges. He is keen to adopt pragmatic approach in order to investigate provision of elderly care in different hospitals; variation in care; and alongside study the impact of wider social determinants on health outcomes.
He has wealth of experience having worked both in UK and India. The areas where he has contributed include; UK’s National Chlamydia Screening Programme; HIV in Black & Ethnic Minority (BME) communities; Community based model providing one-stop service at General Medical Practice for patients with unknown causes of depression and stress related symptoms; Partnerships for Older People project; and Personal Health Budget for people with enduring mental health conditions in order to improve both clinical outcomes and quality of life.
He is a graduate in Dental Surgery (BDS) from Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) in India. Later he pursued Master of Public Health from the University of Worlverhampton. He also did advanced training in Quantitative Research Methods (Epidemiological studies) from University of Liverpool; Clinical Audit from University of Edinburgh; and PRINCE II practitioner as part of continuous professional development.
He wishes to capitalize his experience and learning potential to develop better understanding of evidence-base around integrated health systems and community empowerment for efficient delivery of health care with supporting policy structures