Dr Barbara Madaj

Head of Monitoring and Evaluation

Barbara is a trained economist and sociologist. She completed her PhD at the University College London on migration of medical personnel. She has over 10 years professional experience in research focusing on developing and transition countries. Before joining LSTM she worked on studies for commercial clients, government and public bodies, as well as doing academic and social research in Central and Eastern Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and Asia.

Research:
Barbara has experience in designing, conducting and analysing quantitative, qualitative and mixed-methods studies. Her current work involves supporting the development and management of monitoring and evaluation activities undertaken by CMNH.

Current Projects

  • Making it Happen

Publications

  • Selected publications

    Pyone T, Adaji S, Madaj B, Woldetsadik T and van den Broek N (2014) 'Changing the role of the traditional birth attendant in Somliland', International Journal of Gynaecology & Obstetrics, vol. 127, no. 1, pp. 41-6. doi: 10.1016/j.ijgo.2014.04.009

    Madaj, B. (2011) Migration of doctors from Poland to the UK; A study of medical mobility following the enlargement of the European Union in May 2004, Saarbruecken: Lambert Academic Publishing

    Krajewski-Siuda, K., P. Romaniuk, B. Madaj, J. Forbes and L. Hubicki (2008) 'Brain drain threat–Polish students are not satisfied with labor market options for health professionals in Poland’, Journal of Public Health, 16 (5): 347-351

     Baker, C., CJ. Gerry, B. Madaj, L. Mellish and J. Nahodilova (eds) (2007) Nation in formation; Inclusion and exclusion in Central and Eastern Europe, London: SSEES UCL