Ms. H. Parween Reyal

Lecturer (Probationary)

parween11@yahoo.com | parweenreyal@as.rjt.ac.lk
+94776346515 | +94252266131


Education

  • M. Phil. (reading)
    Rajarata University of Sri Lanka (2020)

  • B.Sc (Special) in Health promotion
    Rajarata University of Sri Lanka (2010)

Professional Qualifications

  • Certificate Course in Teaching in Higher Education
    Rajarata University of Sri Lanka
  • Certificate Course in Human Resource Management
    Institute of Personnel Management, Sri Lanka
  • Short Course in Academic Writing
    National Centre for Advanced Studies, Sri Lanka

Research Interests

  • Health promotion
  • Intimate partner violence
  • Violence against women
  • Tobacco prevention
  • Alcohol prevention
  • Child health

Teaching Subjects

  • History and Evolution of Health Promotion (HPT 1104)
  • Sri Lankan Settings ( HPT 3309)

Current Researches and Projects

Publications

Abstracts

  • Content analysis of food related television advertisements focusing on Sri Lankan children, One Health International Conference, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, 5th& 6th September, 2014
  • Role of Women in Television Advertisements Focusing Childhood Nutrition: A Content Analysis Study in Sri Lanka, International Conference ‘Gender in focus: (new) trends in media’, University of Minho, Portugal, 20th& 21st, June, 2014
  • Social background of food related television advertisements  focusing on Sri Lankan children: A content analysis, 7th Research Conference, The Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, 27th – 29th March, 2014
  • A health promotion intervention to reduce domestic violence in a rural community in Anuradhapura district, Sri Lanka, International Conference on Public Health Innovations, 2013, National Institute of Health Sciences, Kalutara, Sri Lanka, 2nd – 5th May 2013
  • Creating a supportive environment in the preschool to improve wellbeing of children and parents: 2ndRajarata University of Sri Lanka (RUSL) Annual Research Sessions,30th November 2011
  • Reducing domestic violence through community support groups: 1stRUSL Research Symposium, 28th October 2010
  • Reducing domestic violence through addressing the ‘social norms’ related to violence via community support group,  South East Asia Regional Scientific Meeting – Pre conference Symposium on Health Promotion experiences, Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 23, 2010.
  • Knowledge, attitudes and practices of caregivers in Mihintale: 2nd Annual Research Session,  Faculty of Applied Sciences, Rajarata University of Sri Lanka, 18th August 2009