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Nadejda Marques is a specialized researcher with the Discover Lab at Stanford University School of Medicine. She holds a PhD in Human Rights and Development (Spain) and has worked on issues of human rights and the right to health for over a decade. She has worked in the field of human rights, most notably with Human Rights Watch in Brazil and Angola. In 2011, she coâauthored the book, "The Cost of Inaction" on the impact of HIV/AIDS in children with the François-Bagnoud Xavier Center for Health and Human Rights based in the Harvard School of Public Health. She has also written about a range of other topics, including the resettlement of refugees, internally displaced and former combatants in Angola and the importance of school health services in the U.S. She has worked as a special correspondent for the Washington Post in Latin America, and has taught languages and Latin American culture at Harvard, Bentley College, and the University of Massachusetts in Boston. She is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. As an specialized researcher, she is a recipient of many awards and grants for her valuable contributions and discoveries in major area of researches like Partnerships in Public Health Nursing as an Effective Means to Promote Health Services in Schools. She is the Editor-in-Chief/Editorial Board Member of many peer reviewed journals and her area of expertise, as a specialized researcher credits her with many publications in national and international journals. She is committed to highest standards of excellence and it proves through her authorship of many books.
Health Services; Health; Community; Nurses.