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A team of researchers including Dr Shobhana Nagraj from NDM Centre for Global Health Research, has received an INTERPROFESSIONAL.GLOBAL award for outstanding interprofessional teamwork and collaboration.

The Interprofessional.Global Awards recognise and celebrate individuals and teams who demonstrate the development of knowledge to inform the design and implementation of collaborative activities within interprofessional education, collaboration, teamwork, patient safety, or policy.

Dr Shobhana Nagraj, a post-doctoral Clinical Researcher in the Health Systems Collaborative group within the NDM Centre for Global Health Research, is a part of the Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education (CAIPE) research group. The team received a prestigious Interprofessional Global Award from the Global Confederation for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice, for outstanding interprofessional teamwork and collaboration in healthcare research. The award was presented to team members during the Altogether Better Health XI conference held in November 2023 in Qatar.

Dr Nagraj said: ‘I feel very privileged to have worked alongside a wonderful international team of clinicians and researchers at the Centre for Advancement of Interprofessional Education and we are very happy to have received this interprofessional global award for our collaboration.’

Dr Nagraj's research focuses on the design and evaluation of complex interventions, mainly on maternal child health.  She actively engages with local organizations in Oxfordshire around issues of childhood nutrition.