Rishika is a Masters of Public Health graduate in the Social and Behavioral Sciences department with a concentration in global health. Her research interests include maternal and child health, global mental health capacity building, suicide prevention in LMICs and qualitative research methods. She is affiliated with Dr. Ashley Hagaman's Innovation Lab for Qualitative Methods and Global Health and completed her MPH thesis focused on stories of suicide recovery, hope and resilience among adults with lived experiences of suicide in Nepal. Rishika hopes to continue her training in qualitative and mixed methods research and pursue a career in global health policy and research in the future.
Education & Training
- BScUniversity of British Columbia