Haley Brahmbhatt joined PRB in 2021 as a policy analyst in International Programs, focusing on family planning and multisectoral advocacy initiatives, and supporting PACE project activities around digital health. Prior to joining PRB, she worked with the Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health on the Advance Family Planning program as well as the International Vaccine Access Center. Brahmbhatt has a rich background in both research and advocacy including work with opioid use disorder, fetal origins of disease, and community-based health programming. She holds a Master of Science in Public Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Population, Family and Reproductive Health with a certificate in Global Health, and a bachelor’s degree in political science and neuroscience from the University of Pennsylvania.
The race to adapt to COVID-19 has resulted in a shift to virtual formats for health care training and service provision. This has amplified reliance on digital technologies. What does this mean for women seeking ...
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