Deborah E. Bender, PhD, MPH

Adjunct Professor of Health Policy and Administration

She has authored and co-authored numerous articles published in Health Services Research, Journal of Biosocial Science, Population Research and Policy Review, Journal of Immigrant Health, Journal of Health Administration Education, Qualitative Health Research, Ecology of Food and Nutrition, Journal of Biosocial Science, The Journal of Health and Population in Developing Countries, International Journal of Health Sciences, International Journal of Epidemiology, Social Science and Medicine, PAHO Bulletin, Boletín de la Oficina de Sanitaria Panamericana, and International Quarterly of Community Health Education, among others. Her principal teaching interests include courses on global health and local solutions; strategic human resources management; organizational theory, structure and behavior; health policy and practice in Latino populations; international and comparative health; women, health, and development policy; and evaluation and planning of primary care interventions in developing countries. Bender has been recipient of a Fulbright Research Award, Fulbright Senior Scholar Lecturer Award, and an International Fellowship in Technical Assistance (Center for Women in Development).

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