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Be a part of CIPRB If you want to be a part of CIPRB, the following positions are open to you. Please click or tap in the positions below for full job description and follow the below intruction to apply. Our vacancies are also available in the Job Portal as well.

Current Job Openings

15 May 2023

Human Centred Design Manager

The Human Centred Design Manager will help co-create

Vacancy: 1

Deadline: 02 Apr 2023

12 Apr 2023


Centre for Injury Prevention and Research, Bangladesh (CIPRB)

Vacancy: 1

Deadline: 02 Apr 2023

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Your application and qualifications will be considered for the open positions you specified. If selected, a member of our resourcing team will contact you directly via email or phone call. We endeavor to get back to only shortlisted applicants within four to six weeks of initial application.

  1. Hossain MJ, Hossain MS, Bhuiyan AA, Rahman AF, Mashrelky SR, Rahman A. Medical care-seeking behaviours among drowning casualties: Results from a national survey conducted in Bangladesh. J Taibah Univ Med Sci. 2020;15(5):374–9.
  2. Alonge O, Bishai D, Wadhwaniya S, Agrawal P, Rahman A, Dewan Hoque EM, et al. Large-scale evaluation of interventions designed to reduce childhood Drownings in rural Bangladesh: A before and after cohort study. Inj Epidemiol. 2020;7(1):1–1
  3. Rahman A, Jagnoor J, Baset KU, Ryan D, Ahmed T, Rogers K, et al. Vulnerability to fatal drowning among the population in Southern Bangladesh: Findings from a cross-sectional household survey. BMJ Open. 2019;9(9).
  4. Gupta M, Rahman A, Ul Baset K, Ivers R, Zwi AB, Hossain S, et al. Complexity in implementing community drowning reduction programs in southern bangladesh: A process evaluation protocol. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019;16(6):1–18.
  5. Rahman A, Alonge O, Bhuiyan AA, Agrawal P, Salam SS, Talab A, et al. Epidemiology of drowning in Bangladesh: An update. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2017;14(5):488.
  6. Hossain MJ, Biswas A, Mashreky SR, Rahman F, Rahman A. Epidemiology of adulthood drowning deaths in Bangladesh: Findings from a nationwide health and injury survey. F1000Research. 2017;6(0):1–7.
  7. Mecrow TS, Rahman A, Linnan M, Scarr J, Mashreky SR, Talab A, et al. Children reporting rescuing other children drowning in rural Bangladesh: A descriptive study. Inj Prev. 2015;21(E1):e51–5.
  8. Mecrow TS, Linnan M, Rahman AKMF, Scarr J, Mashreky SR, Talab A, et al. Does teaching children to swim increase exposure to water or risk-taking when in the water? Emerging evidence from Bangladesh. Inj Prev. 2015;21(3):185–
  9. Hossain M, Mani KKC, Sidik SM, Hayati KS, Fazlur Rahman AKM. Randomized controlled trial on drowning prevention for parents with children aged below five years in Bangladesh: A study protocol. BMC Public Health. 2015;15(1):1–7.
  10. Hyder AA, Alonge O, He S, Wadhwaniya S, Rahman F, Rahman A, et al. Saving of children’s lives from drowning project in Bangladesh. Vol. 47, American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Elsevier; 2014. p. 842–5.
  11. Hyder AA, Alonge O, He S, Wadhwaniya S, Rahman F, Rahman A, et al. A Framework for Addressing Implementation Gap in Global Drowning Prevention Interventions: Experiences from Banglades. J Heal Popul Nutr. 2014 Dec;32(4):564–76.
  12. Rahman A, Linnan M, Mashreky SR, Hossain MJ, Rahman F. The prevalence of naturally acquired swimming ability among children in Bangladesh: A cross sectional survey. BMC Public Health. 2014;14(1):404.
  13. Rahman F, Bose S, Linnan M, Rahman A, Mashreky S, Haaland B, et al. Cost-effectiveness of an injury and drowning prevention program in Bangladesh. Pediatrics. 2012;130(6):e1621-8.
  14. Rahman A, Miah AH, Mashreky SR, Shafinaz S, Linnan M, Rahman F. Initial community response to a childhood drowning prevention programme in a rural setting in Bangladesh. Inj Prev. 2010;16(1):21–5.
  15. Rahman A, Mashreky SR, Chowdhury SM, Giashuddin MS, Uhaa IJ, Shafinaz S, et al. Analysis of the childhood fatal drowning situation in Bangladesh: Exploring prevention measures for low-income countries. Inj Prev. 2009;15(2):75–9.
  16. Rahman A, Shafinaz S, Linnan M, Rahman F. Community perception of childhood drowning and its prevention measures in rural Bangladesh: A qualitative study. Aust J Rural Health. 2008;16(3):176–80.
  17. Rahman A, Rahman F, Rahman A, SvanstrOm L, Rahman F. Childhood drowning prevention strategies: A review of implications for low-income countries. Int J Disabil Hum Dev. 2007;6(1):15–20.
  18. Rahman A, Giashuddin SM, Svanström L, Rahman F. Drowning--a major but neglected child health problem in rural Bangladesh: implications for low income countries. Int J Inj Contr Saf Promot. 2006;13(2):101–5.

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