Kanika is a Research Assistant in the Imperial Centre for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention unit within the School of Public Health. She has studied Physiology and Pharmacology (BSc) at University of Leicester and Public Health (MPH) at Imperial College London. Her previous project work include: the Manicaland study, Supporting LIFE and various Randomised Clinical Trials at the Neuroepidemiology and Aging unit. Currently, her research areas of focus are in the contribution of digital health and Big Data to the study of cardiovascular disease.
et al., 2019, Sustainability of ‘mHealth’ interventions in sub-Saharan Africa: a stakeholder analysis of an electronic community case management project in Malawi, Malawi Medical Journal, Vol:31, ISSN:1995-7270, Pages:177-183
et al., 2019, "People welcomed this innovation with two hands”: A qualitative report of an mHealth intervention for community case management in Malawi, Annals of Global Health, Vol:85, ISSN:2214-9996, Pages:61-70
et al., Feasibility study protocol: The use of American Heart Association’s Cholesterol CarePlan to be delivered as a web application on a smartphone to patients prescribed cholesterol lowering medication, Jmir Research Protocols, ISSN:1929-0748
et al., 2018, Training community healthcare workers on the use of information and communication technologies: a randomised controlled trial of traditional versus blended learning in Malawi, Africa, Bmc Medical Education, Vol:18, ISSN:1472-6920
et al., Online data on opening hours of general practices in England: a comparison with telephone survey data, British Journal of General Practice, ISSN:1478-5242