PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2019
MHS, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2007
BS, Beloit College, 2002
Dr. Elizabeth Hazel is a global health researcher with 13 years’ experience. Her expertise is in large-scale evaluations of reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health programs, quality of care measures, and data management and analysis. She has considerable experience in community case management of childhood illnesses, routine health systems data, and planning/implementation of household and facility surveys.
Selected publications from the last five years.
- E. Hazel, D. Mohan, E. Chirwa, M. Phiri, F. Kachale, P. Msukwa, J. Katz & M. Marx. Disrespectful care in family planning services among youth and adult simulated clients. (Accepted pending revisions at Int. Perspect. Sex. Reprod. Health)
- A, Amouzou, E. Hazel, L. Vaz, Y. Sanni & A. Moran. Discordance in postnatal care between mothers and newborns: Measurement artifact or missed opportunity? J. Glob. Health. 2020; 10(1):1-13.
- E. Hazel, E. Chimbalanga, T Chimuna, H Nsona, A Mtimuni, E Kaludzu, K Gilroy & T. Guenther. Using Data to Improve Programs: Assessment of a Data Quality and Use Intervention Package for Integrated Community Case Management in Malawi. Glob Health Sci Pract. 2017; 5(3): 355-366.
- A. Amouzou, E. Hazel, B. Shaw, N. Miller, M. Tafesse, Y. Mekonnen, L.H. Moulton, J. Bryce & R.E. Black. Effects of the integrated Community Case Management of Childhood Illness on child mortality in Ethiopia: A cluster randomized trial. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2016; 94 (3):596-604.
- CG Victora, JH Requejo, AJD Barros, P Berman, Z Bhutta, T Boerma, M Chopra, A de Francisco, B Daelmans, E Hazel, J Lawn, B Maliqi, H Newby & J Bryce. Countdown to 2015: a decade of tracking progress for maternal, newborn, and child survival. Lancet. 2016; 387: 2049–59