Christine Cassar Eldridge
Teaching Fellow in Global Health
- Population Health
Christine is a Teaching Fellow in Global Health at King’s Centre for Global Health. She holds a BA(Hons) in Sociology from the University of Malta and an MPhil in social anthropological analysis from the University of Cambridge. She’s currently a PhD candidate at the University of Malta, researching professional identity amongst clinicians working in the aid sector.
Christine was previously Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor at Save the Children UK, working on pneumonia, maternal and child health projects in countries such as Nigeria, Yemen and Kenya. She is also co-founder and director of the People for Change Foundation, a human rights research organization based in Malta.
Her areas of interest include medical anthropology, participatory research, health systems strengthening, sustainability and impact of health programmes in low resource settings and vaccine hesitancy.
- Conflict & Health
- Global Surgery
- Global Burden of Disease