Professor Amos Channon

Professor Amos Channon


Research interests

  • Disability
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health
  • Access to healthcare

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Amos Channon is currently a Professor of Global Health and Demography within the Department of Social Statistics and Demography.

His research interests are mainly, although not exclusively, focused in lower resource settings around the world, especially looking at comparative analyses. These broadly fall under the title of Global Health, and specifically relate to access to healthcare for groups of the population. These include access for maternal and child health, as well as for people living with disabilities.He has recently conducted research on access to health care for people with lower limb conditions in Nepal as well as looking at the sexual and reproductive health of women and adolescents who are migrating from Central America to Mexico and the USA.

Amos' current main role is as the Head of Teaching Programmes, responsible for the teaching activities, for the Department of Social Statistics and Demography. He is also co-Director of the Centre for Global Health and Policy (GHaP).