On Thursday, July 19, 2012, Dr. Rozina Karmaliani of Aga Khan University (AKU), visited the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit (JH-IIRU) to talk about potential collaborations in injury prevention, violence research and long-term consequences of trauma.
Dr. Karmaliani, who was most recently the Interim Dean at the AKU - School of Nursing and Midwifery (SONAM), is an associate professor at both SONAM and in the Community Health Sciences (CHS) Department of AKU. Dr. Karmaliani began her career as a Community Health Nurse and Preceptor in the CHS department at AKU in 1988 and completed her MPH in Public Health Administration in 1994, her MScN in Public Health Nursing Administration in 1997 and her PhD in Nursing, with a focus on Health Systems, Ethics and Program Evaluation in 2000; all from the University of Minnesota.
Since re-joining AKU in 2001, Dr. Karmaliani has served as the Director of the Post RN BScN (2 year), BScN (4 year) and MScN programs.
While here, Dr. Karmaliani also met with David Peters, Director of the Health Systems Programs in the Department of International Health, as well as key members of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, including Dean Martha Hill.
Dr. Karmaliani’s areas of interest include in violence prevention and women and child health and gender equity.
Dr. Daivd Peters, Dr. Rozina Karmaliani and Dr. Adnan Hyder