Mayur Trivedi

Areas of Interest & Expertise

  • Health Economics, Health Financing, and health insurance
  • Assessment and Evaluation of Health Interventions
  • Health of Marginalised Tribal, Desert, and Forest Dwellers
  • Health, Population and Development
  • Gender and Health
  • Public Health Filmmaking
  • Public Health Pedagogies

Biography

Mayur Trivedi has two decades of research experience in exploring self, science, system, and society across thematic areas of health financing and insurance, health economics, health and development, assessment of health interventions of government and non-government organisations, and exploration of the health of marginalised communities. 

His recent research included assessments of the maternity benefit scheme (PMMVY) and government-funded health insurance scheme (PMJAY) in India. His current research focuses on health financing in India, particularly on fragmentation and covering the last mile. He works towards linking research learning to classrooms, aiming to enhance cultural sensitivities among public health students through experiential learning of social, spatial, ecological marginalisation, and intersectionality. 

He completed a master’s degree in health management from the International Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) Jaipur and a PhD from the Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi University. He received the Australian Leadership Award fellowship to attend the Short Intensive Professional Programme in HIV at the Sexually Transmitted Infections Research Centre, University of Sydney, Australia, in 2010

He received a scholarship from the UCL Health and Society Summer School on social determinants of health, University College London in 2018. Before joining the University, he has served the Indian Institute of Public Health (IIPH) Gandhinagar (20082023) and the Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi (2003 – 2008) in various capacities. 

He is a certified facilitator of a unique experiential personal and team development modular programme called Values in Health: A Spiritual Approach (VIHASA) in its online and offline formats. 

Following his interest in creative writing, theatre, and filmmaking, he has developed India’s first set of television commercials on precautions against heat waves, cold waves, and thunder and lightning for the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). He published his first collection of Hindi poems, गोष्ठी / Goshthee, in 2023

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