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International Journal of Global Health-Statistical Analysis-Abdul Wajid

United States

Michigan State University, Department of Epidemiology, East Lansing, MI

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Abdul Wajid


Michigan State University, Department of Epidemiology, East Lansing, MI

Research Interests:

Statistical Analysis, Evidence Based Medicine, Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Public Health, Epidemiologic Studies, Medical Education, Meta-Analysis, Clinical Epidemiology, Health Care Delivery, Epidemiological Statistics, Randomized Control Trials, Primary Care, Operations Research, Community Health, Population-Based Studies, Multivariate Regression Analysis, Medical Statistics, Prenatal Care, Reproductive Health, Advanced Epidemiology, Longitudinal Analysis, Women's Health, E-Learning for Epidemiology & Statistics, Cox Regression,



  1. Wajid A, White F, Karim MS. Community Health Workers and Health Care Delivery: Evaluation of a Women’s Reproductive Health Care Project in a Developing Country. PLoS ONE 2013 8(9): e75476.   doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075476. Note: This article was also selected for inclusion in: Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF)-PLOS Collection on Maternal Health Year 2 (2012-13) - “Maternal Health is Women’s Health”
  2. Mir AM, Wajid A, Pearson S, Khan M, Masood I. Exploring urban male non-marital sexual behaviours in Pakistan. Reprod Health. 2013 Apr 11;10(1):22.
  3. Mir AM, Wajid A and Gul S. Helping rural women in Pakistan to prevent postpartum hemorrhage: A quasi experimental study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2012, 12:120. Available at
  4. Mir AM, Wajid A, Reichenbach L, Khan M, Masood I. Herpes Simplex Virus-2 infection amongst urban male population in Pakistan. J Pak Med Assoc. 2010 Nov;60(11):918-22.
  5. Mir AM, Wajid A, Reichenbach L and Khan M. STI prevalence and associated factors among urban men in Pakistan. Sex Transm Infect 2009 0: sti.2008.034165. Available at
  6. Mir A.M., Reichenbach L. and Wajid A. Urban Men’s Knowledge and Perceptions Regarding Sexually Transmitted Infections in Pakistan. International Electronic Journal of Health Education 2009; 12:108-122. Available at
  7. Wajid A. 2007. Questionnaire-Based Interviews. (Book Chapter). In: Early Childhood Development. Oxford University Press. Available at:
  8. Bhutta ZA, Ali N, Hyder A, Wajid A. Perinatal and Newborn Care in Pakistan: Seeing the Unseen! In: Bhutta ZA, editors. Maternal and Child Health in Pakistan - Challenges and Opportunities. Karachi: Oxford University Press; 2004. p. 19-46.