Gyanu Maharjan

Ms. Maharjan is a lecturer at Kathmandu Model Hospital School of Nursing, Swoyambhu, and
Kathmandu, which is affiliated with Purbanchal University. She has been involved in teaching,
learning activities, and practical guidance in hospital and community sectors since 2062 BS. She
has completed her Master’s degree in women’s health and development in nursing (Midwifery
nursing) from Lalitpur Nursing Campus, TU. She has completed a two-semester course of M.Phil,
Leading to Ph.D. course in Health Education from the Graduate School of Education, TU.
Currently, she is a Ph.D. Scholar in the Graduate School of Education, Faculty of Health
Education, T. U. under NORHED Rupantaran Project. She has published four full articles and
four abstracts in peer-reviewed journals. She has presented two papers at the Midwifery Conference and ICT conference. Recently she is involving in Participatory Action Research on “Developing Social Entrepreneurship in health and education of school children in Chitwan”. 

Full paper

– Knowledge Regarding Prevention of Puerperal Sepsis among Post Natal Mothers at Selected Hospital in Kathmandu Knowledge, attitude, and practice regarding the legalization of abortion among reproductive-age women at Kathmandu
– Psychological Effects of Low Birth Weight Baby on Post Natal Mother’s Health at Paropakar Maternity and Women’s Hospital Perceived Discrimination and Problems Faced by Gender and Sexual Minorities in Kathmandu

Abstract paper
– Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at school: Do gender and generation
 – Knowledge regarding Comprehensive Sexuality Education among Teachers of Selected
Boarding Schools at Banepa

– Health literacy on Hypertension among hypertensive patients at Kathmandu
– Health literacy on Diabetes mellitus among Diabetic patients at Kathmandu

Ongoing paper
– “Is Learning with Earning Possible?”: A Participatory Action Research Study of Social
Entrepreneurship in Community Schools in Nepal.
– Parental engagement in social entrepreneurship through participatory action research in schools.