Hafiz T.A. Khan
Post-Doctoral in Healthy Ageing (University of Oxford)
PhD in Medical Demography (Edinburgh Napier University)
MSc in Statistics (University of Chittagong)
BSc in Statistics (University of Chittagong)
Professor Hafiz Khan is a Professor of Public Health at the University of West London (UWL). Prior to joining at UWL, he was a Reader in Statistics at School of Health Sciences of Birmingham City University, UK.
He generally teaches modules such as Public Health, Demography and Ageing Society, statistics and quantitative methods. He runs Statistical Advice and Consultancy Services in Data Analysis (SACSDA) within the Graduate School.
He supervises PhD students in the area of Public Health, Demography and Gerontology with particular interests in healthy ageing, multimorbidity in later life, long-term care and support provisions for elderly. He has co-authored a book "Research Methods for Business and Social Science", Sage 2014.
2017 Healthcare workforce caring for older adults across the world: An overview. Medicina (Ribeirão Preto. Online) 2017; 50(Supl.3), II Congresso Brasileiro de Gerontecnologia, 16-18 November, USP, Brazil http://www.fmrp.usp.br/revista, (Hafiz T.A. Khan, and Saidu Ahmed)
2017 The association between sexual behaviours and initiation of post-secondary education in South Africa, Journal of Biosocial Science, (Annah V. Bengesai, Hafiz T.A. Khan and Russell Dube), 10th November, UWL