Junaid Nabi

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Junaid Nabi, MD, MPH, is a physician, public health researcher, and a medical journalist. He is currently involved in research projects that explore the bioethical issues in global healthcare delivery, especially in the setting of international armed conflicts and humanitarian crises. Previously, he undertook research that examined the effect of health disparities that arise from social and political disenfranchisement, and the relationship between trauma care and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). At Brigham, he is a part of the research team that is investigating hospital-level factors that are associated with racial and ethnic disparities in surgical oncology at Minority-Serving Hospitals (MSHs). For his global surgery work, he was awarded Red Crescent Volunteer Medal and Bangladesh Worker’s Party Public Service Medal in recognition of his medical assistance during the infamous Savar building collapse in Dhaka. He is also a recipient of the Rajiv Gandhi Creative Writing Award for non-fiction narrative writing, SAARC Scholarship for medical studies, and Harvard Graduate School Leadership Institute (HGSLI) Fellowship, 2017.
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How to be an Effective Leader

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The Case for Kindness as a Skill.

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