Department of Social Work

Dr. Nazia Salah-ud-Din

Dr. Nazia Salah-ud-Din
Dr. Nazia Salah-ud-Din

Incharge/Assistant Professor
Department of Social Work
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EXPERIENCE

Date

Title

Institute

From October 2017 to date

Assistant Professor

(BPS-19)

Department of Social Work, Lahore College for Women University.

From September 2005 to October 2017

Lecturer

(BPS-18)

Department of Social Work, Lahore College for Women University.

Memberships

  • Convener of Social Welfare Fund Committee
  • Member of Urban Farming Committee

Graduate Students /Postdocs/Undergraduate Students

  • Supervision of field work, internship and seminar/webinar groups of BS students.
  • Facilitator of active citizenship program.

Service Activity


Administrative activities as In-charge of the Department, Teaching BS students, Member of different committees of the University.

Brief Statement of Research Interest

Research interests are different problems and issues faced by women and public health.

Publications

  • ud Din, N. S., & Jabeen, T. (2023). Association between Maternal Intrapersonal Factors and Child Health Care Services of Lady Health Workers in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Social Research, 5 (2), 1296-1305.
  • ud Din, N. S., Jabeen, T., & Afzal, A. (2023). Status of Women after Joining the Profession as Lady Health Workers. Pakistan Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences11(2), 2473-2480.
  • ud Din, N. S., Jabeen, T., & Khan, U. A. (2023). Challenges Faced by Lady Health Workers in Performing Duties: A Case Study from Lahore. Pakistan Journal of Women's Studies: Alam-e-Niswan, 30(1), 1-16.
  • Khan, U. A., Shahed, S., Salah-ud-Din, N., & Zafar, M. (2023). Identification of Personality Traits and Glass Ceiling Barriers Faced by Women Leaders in Pakistan. ASIAN Journal of International Peace & Security (AJIPS)7(1), 20-35.
  • ud Din, N. S., Jabeen, T., & Khan, U. A. (2023). Referral Services of Lady Health Workers for Maternal and Child Health Care. Pakistan Journal of Social Research5(02), 795-802.
  • ud Din, N. S., & Jabeen, T. (2023). Association between Maternal Intrapersonal Factors and Child Health Care Services of Lady Health Workers in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Social Research, 5 (2), 1296-1305.

  • ud Din, N. S., Jabeen, T., & Afzal, A. (2023). Status of Women after Joining the Profession as Lady Health Workers. Pakistan Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences11(2), 2473-2480.

  • ud Din, N. S., Jabeen, T., & Khan, U. A. (2023). Challenges Faced by Lady Health Workers in Performing Duties: A Case Study from Lahore. Pakistan Journal of Women's Studies: Alam-e-Niswan, 30(1), 1-16.

  • Khan, U. A., Shahed, S., Salah-ud-Din, N., & Zafar, M. (2023). Identification of Personality Traits and Glass Ceiling Barriers Faced by Women Leaders in Pakistan. ASIAN Journal of International Peace & Security (AJIPS)7(1), 20-35.

  • ud Din, N. S., Jabeen, T., & Khan, U. A. (2023). Referral Services of Lady Health Workers for Maternal and Child Health Care. Pakistan Journal of Social Research5(02), 795-802.

  • Salah ud Din, N., & Jabeen, T. (2023). Community Factors Facilitating or Hampering Service Delivery of Lady Health Workers: Views and Experiences of Beneficiries. Pakistan Journal of Applied Social Sciences, 14(1), 1-17. Retrieved from https://www.socialsciencejournals.pjgs-

    ws.com/index.php/PJAS/article/view/686

  • ud Din, N. S., & Jabeen, T. (2022). FACTORS AFFECTING FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES’UTILIZATION AMONG BENEFICIARIES OF LADY HEALTH WORKERS. Pakistan Journal of Social Research4(04), 164-171.

  • ud Din, N. S., & Jabeen, T. (2022). INTERPERSONAL FACTORS OF BENEFICIARIES AFFECTING REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES OF LADY HEALTH WORKERS. Pakistan Journal of Social Research, 4(2), 484-490.

  • ud Din, N. S., Jabeen, T., & Meer, Y. (2021). Conflict of Domestic and Professional Duties among Lady Health Workers. Pakistan Journal of Social Research, 3(3), 54-61. 

  • ud Din, N. S., & Jabeen, T. (2021). Beneficiaries’ Knowledge and Perspectives Regarding Services of Lady Health Workers. Pakistan Journal of Applied Social Sciences, 12(2), 47-64. 

Other Research or Creative Accomplishments

Research paper presented at 1st National Graduate Conference, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, titled “Domestic Problems faced by Lady Health Workers due to their Professional Duties in the Rural Areas of District Lahore” (2017).