Executive Public Policy Process
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Dr. H Bohloli MD, MPH, MRes, PhD.— Designer & Course Director

Dr Bohloli’s relevant knowledge and skills

Dr Hamid Bohloli is the author of the book entitled “The Public Policy Process in the Revolutionary Context. 2011. He is a professional in public policy and health politics with a background of Medicine (Medically Qualified Doctor). He has participated in the Health Reform Community of the World Bank, Washington Dc., USA,1998, as well as program of The Managed Care in the Harvard University (2000). He has supervised the national project for the reengineering of the Iranian Ministry of Health (1994-1998) and many other national-level health development projects and researches. Later He moved to the UK for PhD study and developed a new angle of Memetics and the concept of sociocultural evolution by Prof. Peter John, and Prof. Steve Harrison during his PhD research in the University of Manchester to understand how policies are affected by idea transmission. He defined the third influential entities of cultural evolution (apart from Meme and Natural Selection Mechanism)  as a new concept of cultural energy.  Dr Bohloli taught in the University of Manchester and Tehran University for a few years and currently is living in the UK as an independent international policy consultant. Dr Bohloli as a research strategist is capable to design a wide range of research from the qualitative to quantitative but with extreme capability on  the qualitative research method from either inductive perspective towards theory building or deductive one to apply and test the existing theories and concepts.  He has contributed a new term of “Research Geography” to the research literature to recognise the research situation. Dr Bohloli’s areas of interest are: Public Policy, Social and Health Policy Analysis, Future Study, Cultural Evolution, Memetics, Qualitative Research Methods, Computerised Data Analysis, Middle Eastern Studies, Control of Environment Policies, Green World Technologies, Organisational Theory & Reengineering, Social Change and Development, International Business Development.

 

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