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Dr. Tajnuva Rahman

Registered Medical Practitioner, Public Health Expert and Master Trainer

Dr. Tajnuva works for the health sector of the poor and disadvantaged in society and works towards creating awareness in the public to raise funds for the growth of the organization. Also highly dedicated and conscientious Community Health Worker with an outstanding customer service record and background in community service. She can handle a high volume of simultaneous healthcare tasks and concerns with professionalism and accuracy.

She has experience working in the reproductive health sector for a long time with extensive capacity and skill of providing invasive family planning methods to males and females. She is the master trainer of Marie Stopes International and provides clinical ToT and other clinical training to doctors, paramedics for Marie Stopes Bangladesh, international and for GOB. She also facilitates the health-based awareness program for rural and urban common peoples who are quite behind and unaware of self-development. As a master trainer, she provides continuous supportive supervision to the providers who use to work in hard to reach areas especially in reproductive health field.

Dr. Tajnuva is a postgraduate and has completed her masters in public health from the National Institute of Preventive and Social Medicine. She has certified training on Medical emergency management, Infection prevention, Pain management, Family planning counseling, Menstrual Regulation, IUD, Implant insertion and removal, Syndromic management of childhood illness, Gender transformative approach, leadership and TOTs on Basic, IUD, DMPA, comprehensive newborn care package, Gender transformative approach

As a master trainer, she works with the team of curriculum development and medical development for up-gradation of service-specific guidelines and to ensure quality service in every channel of Marie Stopes Bangladesh.

Overall, she has conducted more than 100 clinical and non-clinical training for Government, NGOs, and commercial sectors. She believes that training is one of the important platforms towards changing attitudes and raising awareness against preventable health conditions of Bangladeshi people.





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