The Portsmouth-Brawijaya Centre for Global Health, Population, and Policy (PB Centre) is the collaboration between the University of Portsmouth in the United Kingdom, and the University of Brawijaya in Malang, Indonesia.

Meet our research team

Meet our staff

Take a look at our current research projects

Research projects

Read through our recent publication

Read through our publications

Practical-based training course on mixed methods research in social and health sectors using Nvivo and STATA, Course date: 6-9 March 2017
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Masters in Global Health Research Methods at PB Centre, Malang, University of Brawijaya registration for the 2017 course starts from September 2016
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Forthcoming special edited Journal of Biosocial Science volume on “Causes and implications of low fertility in developing countries”
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Monthly lunchtime informal seminar series at PB Centre, University of Portsmouth
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British Society for Population Studies (BSPS) Conference at the University of Winchester; 12 - 14 September 2016; PB Centre members will be contributing 4 papers/posters
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European Population Conference (EPC) 2016; 31 August - 3 September 2016; PB Centre members will be presenting poster
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Publication Highlights

British Academy Research Development Award (BARDA) supported study published in the Journal of Population Research highlighted early age at female sterilisation and low fertility did not help women to improve their education or skill development… however, women are prepared to take up skill development that suits to their social and economic situation.. the study highlighted the need for governments to design skill development programmes for women who have completed their childbearing responsibilities
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UK Medical Research Council (MRC) and Department of Biotechnology (DBT) Government of India awarded PB Centre 1 million pound to support a research Programme on Maternal and Child Health in India and Bangladesh
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