Nazar Shabila


Nazar P Shabila has MSc degree in Public Health in Developing Countries from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Diseases and PhD in Community Medicine from Hawler Medical University. He is an assistant professor of public health at Hawler Medical University, Erbil, Iraq. He has more than 30 publications. His current research work is mainly related to health services research, women’s and reproductive health and conflict and health. Before pursuing the academic career, he established seven years of experience in the humanitarian relief field through working with the ICRC and UNOPS-IDPs Project. His work involved assessing and addressing the needs of the internally displaced people living in the camps and public buildings in Iraqi Kurdistan region.

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