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Biography

Dr. Zubia Mumtaz

School of Public Health

University of AlbertaCanada

Assistant Professor


Email : zubia.mumtaz@ualberta.ca


Qualifications

1999-2002 Ph.D., London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK

1995-1996 MPH, Harvard University, Boston, Mass. USA


Publications(Selected)

  1. Uddin Iftikhar, Mumtaz Z* and Atahullah A (2012). How the Taliban undermined community healthcare in Swat, Pakistan. British Medical Journal. BMJ2012;344:e2093
  2. Mumtaz, Z., Bowen, S and Mumtaz, R (2012). Meanings of blood, bleeding and blood donations in Pakistan: Implications for national vs. global safe blood supply policies. Health Policy and Planning. 27(2):147-155. doi:10.1093/czr016.
  3. Mumtaz, Z, Salway, S, Shanner, L, Bhatti, A and Laing, L (2011) Maternal deaths in Pakistan: Intersection of gender, class and social exclusion. BMC International Health and Human Rights. 11 (Suppl 2): S4. http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-698X/11/S2/S4
  4. Irshad, H., Mumtaz, Z* and A. Levay (2011). The long term gendered consequences of permanent disabilities caused by the Kashmir 2005 earthquake. Disasters. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-7717.2011.01265.x.
  5. Salway, S. Higginbottom, G. Reime, B. Bharj, K. Chowbey, P. Foster, C. Fredrich, J. Gerrish, K. Mumtaz, Z. and Beverley O’Brien (2011). Contributions and challenges of cross-national comparative research in migration, ethnicity and health: insights from a preliminary study of maternal health in Germany, Canada and the UK. BMC Public Health. 11:514 doi:10.1186/1471-2458-11-514.
  6. Reime, B., Higginbottom, G., Salway, S., Ertan, K., Mumtaz, Z., Gerrish, K. Borde, T. Beverly, O. B., Chowbey, P. ,Heribert, K.,Bharj, K & Friedrich, J. 2011 Maternity care for (im)migrant women in Germany, Canada and the UK: the German perspective. Tropical Medicine & International Health 16: SI: 356-356.
  7. Higginbottom GMA, O’Brien B, Mumtaz Z, Ortiz L, Chiu Y, Okeke P, Yohani S, Ahmadi E, Paton P. 2011. International Migration and Maternity:Perspectives from Interdisciplinary Qualitative Research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 10(4): 537.
  8. Mumtaz, Z. and S. Salway (2009). Understanding the gendered influences on women’s reproductive health in Pakistan: moving beyond the autonomy paradigm. Social Science and Medicine, 68(7):1349-56.
  9. Williams L and Mumtaz Z. (2008) Being Alive Well? Power-knowledge as a countervailing force to the realization of mental well-being for Canada’s Aboriginal youth. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion. 10(4): 21-31.
  10. Mumtaz, Z. and S. Salway (2007). Gender, pregnancy and uptake of antenatal care services in Pakistan. Sociology of Health and Illness. 29(1): 1-26.