Talib Khan is a Public Health researcher with experience in international health and working with ethnic minority communities. He studied an MSc in International Health at the University of Leeds and worked as a research fellow in different research projects and trials including qualitative research and randomized controlled trials at the University of Leeds and University of York. He has very extensive experience of recruitment in clinical and non-clinical research projects. He has also worked as a bilingual transcriber in the PhD research project “Understanding Interactions in Interpreted Triadic Medical consultation in Primary Care”. He has good experience of conducting research work with ethnic minority groups.
Talib's research interests focus on smoking cessation in the UK and in South Asian countries, common mental health problems such as depression and anxiety, severe mental illnesses, and physical health in populations with mental health. His interests are randomized controlled trials, qualitative research involving survey methods and tobacco cessations interventions in UK and South Asian countries.