PhD Research Fellow
Bergen Centre for Ethics and Priority Setting in Health (BCEPS), the Department for Global Health and Primary Care, University of Bergen
Anand Bhopal is a PhD Research Fellow at the Bergen Centre for Ethics and Priority Setting in Health (BCEPS) and an affiliate researcher at the Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation (CET) at the University of Bergen, Norway. He is a medical doctor and holds a Masters degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics of Health from University College London.
His PhD project explores the intersection of priority setting, climate change and healthcare decarbonisation. The project combines theoretical approaches exploring the integration of carbon emissions into healthcare priority setting and qualitative research interviews with health policy makers engaged in the WHO COP26 Health Programme. His work aims to assist policy makers develop fair pathways to low-carbon healthcare.
Previous positions include working in the Medical Director’s Office of Public Health England (2017-2018) as a participant in the UK National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellowship Scheme, and junior researcher at the Unit for Migration Health at the Norwegian Institute for Public Health.
He is currently based at Harvard University as a Takemi scholar on the Takemi Program in International Health (September 2022 - May 2023).
Climate Injustice: Ethics, Distributions, Fairness, and Justice