Mr. Subash Gajurel has three years of experience on formulating techniques for quality data collection to ensure adequacy, accuracy and legitimacy of data; devising and implementing efficient and secure procedures for data handling and analysis with attention to all technical aspects. He previously worked at CREHPA (Centre for Research on Environment Health and Population Activities) as part of the data management team. He has been involved in projects related to gender discriminatory norms and practices during pregnancy, public opinion poll on abortion, and effective and acceptability of the counselling service on safe use of mifepristone and misoprostol to women seeking medication for induced abortion. Currently, he is working as a Data Management Officer at HERD International.
Mr. Gajurel is adept at using software including CSPro, Kobotoolbox/XLSform, Excel for designing the database. He is proficient in computer programs like SPSS, Stata, Tableau, ODK and other computer software and different mobile applications. His areas of expertise includes managing the large dataset using different software and techniques, developing the database for different research projects, and monitoring and assuring quality of data.
2017- Master of Public Administration (MPA), Public Administration Campus, Tribhuwan University, Nepal
Work under that best illustrates capability to handle the tasks assigned
A Descriptive Analysis of Injuries and Risk Factors in the 25 April 2015 Nepal Earthquake: In this project, Mr. Gajurel was responsible for data management and analysis. This study was conducted in five districts (Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Kavrepalanchok, Sindhupalchok and Nuwakot). The purpose of this study was to identify the causes of injuries and deaths in the April 25, 2015 Earthquake (and subsequently) in order to provide a scientific basis for education and training of the Nepali public in basic disaster preparedness and mitigation.
Urban Health Baseline- Delivery of the Basic Health Care Services in Madhyapur Thimi, Attariya and Nepalgunj Municipalities: He is working as a data management officer in this project. He has been monitoring and supervising the field researchers through phone calls, field visit and real time monitoring (online). Another component of the project is mapping all the existing private and public health institutions, including all the health facilities in study municipalities using GIS technique.