Omara Fatima Dogar

Omara Fatima Dogar

Dr

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Research interests

  • Health behaviour change 
  • Behavioural tobacco treatment
  • Treatment engagement in stop smoking services
  • Niche tobacco products
  • Tobacco control policy evaluation
  • Tobacco cessation in multiple long-term conditions (MLTCs)
  • Quantitative methods 
  • Intervention fidelity research
  • Sugar Sweetened Beverages policy landscape in LMIC

Employment History

Before York, I worked in the non-government, not-for-profit sector of Public Health in Pakistan. 

  • (2007/8) Assistant Manager Community Health, Tuberculosis Control Unit, Greenstar Social Marketing

  • (2010/12) Trial coordinator, Association for Social Development

  • (2005/6) House officer in Medicine, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences and tertiary care hospital, Islamabad

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Department of Health Sciences, University of York

Oct 2012Dec 2016

Award Date: 6 Jan 2017

Postgraduate Certificate Academic Practice (PGCAP) and Fellowship (FHEA), University of York

Oct 2019Feb 2021

Departmental studentship for doctoral study (competitive), University of York

20122015

Master of Public Health (MPH) in Epidemiology, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

Aug 2008May 2010

Fulbright J. William Master scholarship (Competitive), USAID

20082010

MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery), Bolan University of Medical & Health Sciences, Pakistan

Jun 2000May 2005

External positions

External examiner, Global Public Health and Policy programme, Institute of Population Health Sciences (IPHS), Queen Mary University London

20212024

Honorary Fellow, Usher Institute, University of Edinburgh, Teviot Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9AG, UK.

1 Jan 201930 Dec 2024

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