Qutba Al Ghafri
Qutba Al Ghafri joined King’s College London as a PhD student in October 2019 under the supervision of Gail Gilchrist and Polly Radcliffe. Her research focuses on barriers to treatment facilities and the social stigma people who use drugs face in Muslim communities and in Sultanate of Oman.
Prior to her PhD, she worked as an academic at Oman College of Health Sciences in the Community and Mental Health Department. She graduated with a Master’s degree in Addiction Sciences from King’s College London in 2017 where her thesis was a systematic review on telephone delivered interventions for drug and alcohol treatment.
- Drug addiction
- People who use/inject drugs
- Women who use drugs
- Drug addiction in Muslim communities
- Heroin Research Group
- Addictions Culture, Diversity & Inclusion Working Group
- Addictions Culture, Diversity & Inclusion Race Discussion Working Group
- Early Career Researchers
Expertise & Public Engagement
- Access to treatment for people who use drugs in the Sultanate of Oman. (2020, November 17). Society for the Study of Addiction.