Ramona Boodoosingh is a senior lecturer at the School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Science, at the National University of Samoa. She holds a PhD in Development Studies, and a master’s degree in Environment Health. She hails from Trinidad and Tobago, and has been residing in Samoa for the last five years. Her research interests include health literacy, food security, elder care, gender issues, and academic inequality. Building on her numerous research contributions, she has recently developed a keen interest in health communications, understanding food choice, and pelvic organ dysfunction.
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