Mr. Pravin Paudel is a public health professional with five years of experience working in the health system of Nepal. He has been contributing in designing and implementing Supportive Supervision intervention to midlevel health workers of rural Nepal. He has experience of leading and managing a group of medical and non-medical staff as a Director in a district-level community hospital. He has gained considerable knowledge and experience in operational research, intervention designing, monitoring and evaluation, health system management and service delivery in terms of Nepal’s health system. He is further skilled in conducting realist reviews and systematic reviews and writing implementation research reports.
2012 – Master of Public Health, University of Northampton, UK
Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the tasks assigned
Developing Supportive Supervision Intervention for rural health workers of Nepal: He is the project lead for the Supportive Supervision project, jointly implemented by HERD International and the Institute of Global Health, University College London. This project aims to develop an intervention that improves the support and supervision of mid-level health workers in rural areas of Nepal.
Implementation of Human Resources for Health (HRH) Research: As a core team member for two and half years, Mr. Paudel was responsible to carry out a multi-method process evaluation to document the development and implementation processes involved, assess effectiveness and scale-up of the Health Workers Performance Model in Nepal.
Conducted Post Disaster Assessment in Rasuwa following April 25th, 2015 Earthquake.
- Lead and managed a team of health professionals and technical members of a district level hospital as a Director (2009-2011)