Baldeep Dhaliwal

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

International Health


Baldeep Dhaliwal (she/her) is pursuing her PhD in International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health as a Maternal and Child Health Center, India Scholar. Baldeep's previous research focused on utilizing qualitative research skills and community-based participatory research to better understand vaccine acceptance, and lead vaccine advocacy efforts at the community, institution, and policy-level. Her work has also previously focused on understanding multi-level perceptions that impact vaccine-seeking behavior in low and low-middle income countries (LMICs), while simultaneously supporting policy change to improve vaccine coverage. She is currently interested in understanding health delivery in marginalized urban populations, and the role frontline health workers play in delivering this care in LMICs. She has policy and programmatic experience, with extensive experience in working with stakeholders and effectively communicating with partners, community leaders, funders, and peers. Previously, Baldeep worked as a healthcare consultant with a specific focus on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act at the state Health Exchange level.

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