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Maheswar Satpathy (FIAHP) is a young (26 years) Doctoral Scholar in Health, Sexuality & Culture at National Centre in HIV Social Research (NCHSR) with AusAID’s Australian Leadership Awards (ALA) researching on HIV/AIDS. He has a B.A. Psychology (Hons.; Gold Medalist), Masters in Applied(Clinical) Psychology from University of Delhi (Gold Medalist) and Certificate in HIV/AIDS Management(SidAction, France).He has received several accolades including President’s Holiness Pope Scholarship, Best Paper Award (IACP, 2008), MHRD PG Merit Scholarship & UGC Junior Research Fellowship (Govt. of India). He possesses a rich work experience with NAMI India, NCERT, Amity University, ICFAI University, Lovely Professional University and IIT Kanpur, India. He has lead organizations like Amity Centre for Community Services (Chief Coordinator, Aug, 2007-March, 2008) and Utkal Parishad (Cultural Secretary-2009-2011).
During this short tenure he has contributed heavily towards innovative behavioral training package development, implementation, community mobilization and sensitization of students towards community issues by engaging them in community services. He has presented several scientific papers at international & national forums and has been publishing extensively in refereed journals and books as chapters. He has been a recipient of several Scholarships/Fellowships from U.G.C, Govt. of India & Orissa, President of India and other private bodies like Rotary Club (Bhubaneswar & New Delhi), etc. for academic excellence. His research interest concerns the areas of Social Policy, Community Mental Health, Sexuality and LGBT studies, Male Psychology and emerging cultures.
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Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
I work at National Centre in HIV Social Research (NCHSR), University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney, Australia which is internationally renowned for it's global presence in the health care field focusing on HIV/AIDS, Hep B & C, Drug Use and Alcohol Problems, Sexuality, Health, STIs in multicultural settings (India, China, Thailand, Asia-Pacific, Australia, England, Canada,etc.)
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Sydney, Australia
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
PhD. in Health, Sexuality & Culture, National Centre in HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia
How many years professional experience do you have ?
3-5
What is your personal or organizational website?
http://nchsr.arts.unsw.edu.au/staff-and-students/maheswar-satpathy-...
What is one of your favorite websites in the field?
http://www.facebook.com/World.AIDS.Forum
Which Languages do you speak Proficiently? (note we can not list all languages, only some major world languages or ones related to conflict regions)
Hindi
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Civil Society, Culture, Development, Gender, Health, Human Rights, Organizational Development, Psychosocial, Violence Prevention, Youth
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Capacity Building, Evaluation, Monitoring, Program Design, Program Implemenation, Research, Qualitative Skills, Quantitative Skills, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
I am now researching on creating a unique Health Promotion and HIV prevention program among the Gay Youth of Australia utilizing Creative Engagement modalities and Life-skills training
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
PUBLICATIONS:
A. Book Chapters:
1. Satpathy, M. (In Press). The role of NGOs in creating Participatory Dialogic Praxis for Community Based Mental Health Care: Reflections from Field Experiences at NAMI India.
2. Satpathy, M. (2010). Call Centers, India, and a New Politics: Cultural Interpretations. In Dal Yong Jin Global Media Convergence and Cultural Transformation: Emerging Social Patterns and Characteristics. IGI Global Publishing Inc., USA. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-037-2.ch017.
3. Pandey, A., Satpathy, M. & Bhardwaj, S. (2010). Knapsack Algorithm: An Application in Investment Planning Decisions Future in Raj Kumar and Adarsh Kumar Aggarwal, Service Management, Excel India Publications, New Delhi, ISBN no: 978-93-80697-00-0.
4. Satpathy, M. & Satpathy, R. (2010). Neuro-Marketing: Prospects and Promises of Future in Raj Kumar and Adarsh Kumar Aggarwal, Service Management, Excel India Publications, New Delhi, ISBN no: 978-93-80697-00-0.
5. Satpathy, M. (2010). Exploring the intricacies and subtleties of Business from Psychological Perspective Pp. 31-46. In Business Psychology by Amrita Yadava and Nov Ratan Sharma (Eds.). Global Vision Publishing House: New Delhi.
6. Satpathy, M. (2009). “Psychological Tests Developed for Children in India: A Review of Recent Trends in Research, Practice and Application”. In Radhey Shyam & Azizudin Khan. Clinical Child Psychology: Contemporary Issues. Kalpaz Publications, New Delhi.
7. Satpathy, M. (2008). The Role of Neuro-endocrine system in Stress Mediation and Health Maintenance. Pp.265-291. In Rajbir Singh, Radhey Shyam & Shyodan Singh (Eds.). Psychoneuroimmunology: A Behavioral Approach. Global Vision Publishing House, New Delhi.
B. Peer-Reviewed Journals:
1. Satpathy, M. (2012). Emerging Healthcare Issues and Needs of Young MSM & TG in India: Needs Assessment from Multi-Stakeholders perspective, BMC Infectious Diseases, 12(Supplement 1):P91; doi: 10.1186/1471-2334-12-S1-P91.
2. Satpathy, M. (December, 2011). Constructing Neurons-A Journey for Unraveling the Mysteries of Evolving Cognition, Romanian Journal of Psychology, Psychotherapy and Neuroscience, Vol.1 (2), Pp.240-264.
3. Pandey, A.; Satpathy, M.; Singh, G. (June, 2011). Corporate Governance in India: Towards Introspection and Solutions, International Journal of research in Computer Application & Management (IJRCM), 1 (4).
4. Satpathy, M. (spring, 2010). Official Review of ‘Mainstreaming Sex: The Sexualization of Western Culture’ by Feona Attwood (Ed.), I.B. Tauris Publishers, London, Southwest Journal of Cultures, Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association.
5. Satpathy, M. (March, 2010). “Spirituality and Holistic Development of Students”, Indian Social and Psychological Studies, 3 (1).
6. Satpathy, M & Mahajan, D. (July-Dec, 2009). “Analysis of Variance in Perceived Organizational Supports, Satisfaction with Pay and Organizational Commitment between Banks of Private Sector”, Journal of Psychometry, 23 (2), Indian Institute of Psychometry.
C. Academic Review:
 Reviewer for the Book 4 Chapters of the Book User-Driven Healthcare and Narrative Medicine: Utilizing Collaborative Social Networks and Technologies by Rakesh Biswas & Carmel Martin (Eds.), IGI Global Publishing Inc.
 Reviewer for the Book by Madhumita Bhattacharya, Nada Mac & Mahnaz Moallem (Eds.). Emerging Technologies in Learning: Impact on Cognition and Culture, AACE (Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education), USA.
 Reviewer for the Men’s Health section of Population Health Congress 2012, Adelaide, Australia.
D. Creative & Literary Works:
• English Poetry: “A talk with the Nature”, Meander - The Students’ Magazine, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur, India.
• Satpathy, M. (August, 2009). “A person who forgot his Tongue”, Utkal Parishad, IIT Kanpur.
E. Editorial Board:
International Journal of Managing Information Technology (IJMIT), Council for Innovative research, USA ISSN: 0975-5586 (Online); 0975-5926 (Print).
F. Reviewer:
Akademeia: A peer-reviewed Multidisciplinary Journal, ISNN:1923-1504.

PAPER PRESENTATIONS/PROFESSIONAL TALKS:
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A) ORAL Presentations:
1. Satpathy, M. (21st - 23rd December, 2005) “Attraction or Repulsion to an Untrodden Path: Homosexuality and its accompanying Prejudices”, National Conference on Applied Psychology, Department of Applied Psychology, University of Calcutta.
2. Satpathy, M. (3rd-5th August, 2006). “Causal Analysis of Alcoholism: A Realistic Perspective”(3rd rank), National Conference on Mental Health Challenges 2020- A Vision for the Future, Amity Institute of Behavioral (Health) and Allied Sciences (AIBHAS), Amity University Campus, Noida.
3. Satpathy, M. (5th-7th February, 2007). “The Role of Schools in Creation and Inculcation of Community Based Mental Health Interventions : Prospects & Promises for the future”, National Seminar on Psychological Well-Being : Assessment and Issues, Centre for Advanced Study in Psychology, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Orissa.
4. Satpathy, M. (15th to 17th February, 2007). “Psychosocial Rehabilitation for Lifestyle Improvement among Elderly: The Call for an Integral Perspective”, 11th International and 42nd National Conference of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology (IAAP), Department of Psychology, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.
5. Satpathy, M. (19th -21st March, 2007) “Crisis Intervention for the Survivors and their Care-takers Affected by Natural and Manmade Disasters :Indian Perspective In Dialogue With the World”, National Seminar on Disaster Mental Health organized by Centre for Advanced Study In Psychology, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Orissa.
6. Satpathy, M. (7-9th January, 2008). “The Tragedy of Folks of Choice: unraveling the Fiction of Differences” in the 34th National Annual Conference of IACP, Department of Psychology, Calcutta University.
7. Satpathy, M. (4-6th Feb, 08). “The Journey of Evolution with Sexuality in the Era of Modernization: Adolescents’ Perspective”, International Seminar on Adolescent Health: in the Era of Competitive Economic Development, Centre for Advanced Study in psychology, Utkal University, Orissa, sponsored by American Psychological Association (APA), U.S.A. and Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, New Delhi.
8. Satpathy, M. (7-9th Feb, 08). “A Study on the relation of Emotional Maturity with Depression and its correlates among students of University of Delhi” in I2th International and 43rd National Conference of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology (IAAP) , Department of Applied Psychology, University of Calcutta in Collaboration with NITTTR, Calcutta & Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta.
9. Satpathy, M. (17-19th April, 2008) “A Gardener’s Perspective of Behavioral Change: An Experiential Approach”, National Symposium on Change Management, Xavier’s Institute of Developmental Action Studies (XIDAS), Jabalpur, India.
10. Pandey, A. & Satpathy, M. (5th-6th March, 2009). “The meltdown Effect on Small and Medium Businesses: an Assessment”, UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Financial Sector Reforms in India, Kanya Mahvidyalaya, Jalandhar.
11. Satpathy, M. & Pandey, A. (25th April, 2009) “Caring for Employees in a Slowdown Economy: A Combined Balanced Scorecard and CSR Approach”. International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility -Realities and Opportunities. Centre for CSR, Shree Atam Vallabh Jain College, Punjab, India.
12. Pandey, A.; Satpathy, M. & Bhardwaj, S. (9th May, 2009). Knapsack Algorithm: An Application in Investment Planning Decisions, National Conference of Service Management on India an emerging Services Economy: Issues and Perspectives, Maharaja Agarsen Institute of Management & Technology, India.
13. Satpathy, M. & Satpathy, R. (9th May, 2009). “Neuro-Marketing: Prospects and Promises for Future”. National Conference of Service Management on India an emerging Services Economy: Issues and Perspectives, Maharaja Agarsen Institute of Management & Technology, Haryana, India.
14. Satpathy, M. & Pandey, A. (9th May, 2009). “When the Organizational Butter melts down…: The Challenges of Retaining the Best Talents in a Slowdown Economy” National Conference of Service Management on India an emerging Services Economy: Issues and Perspectives, Maharaja Agarsen Institute of Management & Technology, Haryana, India.
15. Satpathy, M. (3rd-5th October, 2009). Invited talk on “Women for Liberation vs. Women for Individual and Societal Transformation: Lightening the Lamp for reflexive model of empowerment”. International Seminar on The Future as Conceived in the Past: The Evolving Visions of Women’s Emancipation, Aligarh Muslim University, U.P.
16. Pandey, M. & Satpathy, M. (19th-21st November, 2009). “Corporate Governance: A Need for Introspection”, International Conference on Emergent Business Models and Strategies for the Knowledge Economy: Impact on Business, Government and Society, Indian Business Academy, Bangalore, India.
17. Satpathy, M. (14-16th December, 2009). “Cognitive Ergonomics-A veil on Bounded Rationality: An introspective incursion”, International Symposium on Cognition, Stress and Mental Health, Banaras Hindu University, India.
18. Satpathy, M. (23-25th January, 2010). “School going-age children, but not going to School: Do we care for them?” National Symposium on Culture and Cognition: A Developmental Perspective, Department of Psychology, University of Delhi & ICSSR.
19. Satpathy, M. & Pandey, A. (08-10th February, 2010). “Can Psychosocial Care Systems replace Home-based care: Reflection from Indian Perspectives”, World U3A Conference, MGCGV, Chitrakut, MP & The Indian Society of Universities of the Third Age.
20. Satpathy, M. (12-13th February, 2010). “Revitalizing Public Healthcare in India: Focus on Community Mental Health”, National Seminar on Managing Inclusive Growth in India: A re-look into the Socio-Economic Perspectives, MNNIT, Allahabad.
21. Satpathy, M. (12-13th March, 2010). “Economic Crisis and Psychological Crisis: Story of angst among emerging Middle Class in India”, National Seminar on Economic Crisis Management: Survival and Growth, School of Management Studies, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT), Allahabad.
22. Satpathy, M. (21st-23rd March, 2010). “Revisiting Phantoms with Shallow Emotions and Cloak of Invincibility: The Portrayal of Affect in Consumerist Media”, National Seminar on "Human Emotions and Well-being: Emerging perspectives", Department of Psychology, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya University, Gorakhpur, U.P., India.
23. Satpathy, M. (28-29th March, 2010). “Workplace Bullying and its effects on Employees’ Psychological Capital: Do we have a remedy?” National Seminar on Positive Psychology and Health: Interventions and Strategies, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, India.
24. Satpathy, M. (10th April, 2010). “Organizational Death: Failure Analysis of Organizations with Autistic Change Resistance”, International Conference on Industrial Competitiveness, Gulzaar Group of Institutes, Punjab, India.
25. Satpathy, M. (22-24th April, 2010). “The role of NGOs in creating Participatory Dialogic Praxis for Community Based Mental Health Care: Reflections from Field Experiences at NAMI India”, Seventh International Conference on E-Government (ICEG -2010) at Indian Institute of Management Bangalore on 'Public Health', International Congress of E-government (ICEG).
26. Pandey, A., Singh, G. and Satpathy, M. (3rd -5th June, 2010). “The profit chauvinism: Is it going to spell a doom’s day for Indian Railways?” International Conference on Infrastructure Finance, Vinod Gupta School of Management (VGSOM) & RCG School of Infrastructure Design and Management, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur.
27. Satpathy, M. (28th June-03rd July, 2010). “Situated and Distributed Cognition in the Era of Globalization: Issues of Collective Psyche and Identity”. 1st International Workshop on Reinterpreting the State, IIT Madras in collaboration with University of Sussex, UK & Sponsored by European Union.
28. Satpathy, M. (15-17th Nov, 2010). “Wellbeing and Ill-being: exploring the relationship between Poverty, Adversity and resilience”, International Conference on Enhancing Human Potential: Bio-Psycho-Social Perspectives, First Conference of Asian Association of Applied Psychology, Panjab University, India.
29. Satpathy, M. (20-23rd March, 2011). Presented an invited paper in the Plenary Session on Millennium Development Goals entitled “HIV/AIDS in the Asia Pacific region: towards Successful Solutions and Interventions”, Leadership for Development Program (LDP) conference, 2011, AusAID, Govt. of Australia.
30. Satpathy, M. (6th April, 2011). “The Civil Society Participation & HIV/AIDS in India:
Present Condition and Perspectives for Future”, AusAID’s ALA Fellow Program on The Capacity Building on HIV and the Law: Chinese Leaders in Public Health, HIV and the Law workshop (4–21 April 2011), NCHSR, Sydney, Australia.
31. Satpathy, M. (8th July, 2011). “Psychoactive Substance use patterns among the Youth from Socially Disadvantaged background: Reflections of an Epidemiological Analysis”. UNSW Postgraduate student Seminar: Building Networks among students investigating drug use, NCHSR, UNSW.
32. Satpathy, M. (25-27 October, 2011). “Human Rights, Rights to Health Framework and Health Promotion among Same Sexually Attracted (SSA) Youth: Prospects and Concerns in Developing countries”, International Conference on Global health and Public Health Education, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
33. Satpathy, M. (28-29th October, 2011). “The secret lives of Single Old Gay men in the Developing World: Finding a link between Aging, sexuality and Productivity” in Plenary Session on Productive aging , elderly human resources in 4th APRU Research Symposium on Gerontology: Productive Aging-Creating a Dynamic and Participatory Aging Society in Asia, Fudan University, Shanghai, China.
34. Satpathy, M. (4th November, 2011). “How Impactful is the Impact Factor in a Publish or Perish Culture? Reflections on Quality and Quantity in Publishing from Early Career Researchers (ECRs)” First Annual Higher Degree Research Student-led Conference, School of Education in UNSW.
35. Satpathy, M. (24-25th Novemeber, 2011). “Culture, Pleasure, or Self? Exploring aetiology of Substance Consumption in Indian and Australian LGBTQI community”, 9th Dangerous Consumptions Colloquium, Kirby Institute & NCHSR, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
36. Satpathy, M. (12-14th December, 2011). “AIDS-Poverty of Life or Life of Poverty? An Analysis of Socio-Structural Needs and Interventions”, 21st National Annual Convention of National Academy of Psychology (NAoP) and International Conference on "Human development and poverty: Alternative conceptualizations and measurement”, organized by will be held at the Institute of Rural Management, Anand (IRMA), India.
37. Satpathy, M. (4th-6th January, 2011). “Psychotherapy, gender Identity and Sexual orientation in 21st century India: Affirmation or Modification?”, 2nd International Conference on Counselling, Psychotherapy and Wellness and Third Congress of SithCp3, organized by Christ university, Bangalore, India along with University of Toronto, Canada.
38. Satpathy, M. (5th-7th January, 2012). “Indian Civil Society Organizations in Healthcare Activism: Negotiating a Community-based Participatory Model of Design and Implementation”, XXX Annual National Conference of Indian Society of Professional Social Work on Emerging trends in Professional Social Work, NIMHANS, Bangalore, India.
39. Satpathy, M. (5th-7th January, 2012). “Culture, Consumption and Commoners: Rising Middle Class and Consumerism in India”, International Interdisciplinary Conference on Meaning, Society and Values: East and West, The Society for Indian Philosophy and Religion, New Delhi.
40. Satpathy, M. (2nd to 4th February 2012) “Young Gays on ‘Homonormative Identity’ and Mainstream Cultural Norms’ in developing countries: Dilemmas and Apprehensions in the Era of Post-Homosexuality!” After the Homosexual: The Legacy of Gay Liberation, Melbourne, Australia.
41. Satpathy, M. (12-13th April, 2012). “Deciphering the Anal Monologues: Why anal sex is so attractive; why ‘anal health’ is not?”, at the 12th Social Research Conference on HIV, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases (HAARD), National Centre in HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales.
42. Satpathy, M. (19-22nd April, 2012). "Sexual Minorities and Sex Work in India -From Issues and challenges to Solutions" in a Strategy Building Session at 12th AWID international Forum on Women’s Rights & Development: Transforming Economic Power to advance women’s Rights & Justice, Istanbul, Turkey.
43. Satpathy, M. (23rd-27th April, 2012). “HIV/AIDS, Social Stigma and Treatment Needs of MARPs in India: Can Bio-medical Prevention methods help?”, 13th World Congress on Public Health, Word Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA), Adis Ababa, Ethiopia.
44. Satpathy, M. (22-27th July, 2012). “HIV/AIDS and communities of sexual minorities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Community Participation and Strengths based practice to address Risks and Propensities”, 30th International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa.
45. Satpathy, M. (15-17th October, 2012). “Factors explaining the sexual risk taking and STI among young MSM and TGS in India: a multi-systemic exploration”, 13th International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections (IUSTI) World Congress, Melbourne, Australia.
B) POSTER Presentations:
1. Satpathy, M. (17-18th April, 2010). “Guilt-ridden consciousness among HIV/AIDS Patients and the Environmental interactivity: A Narrative based Exploration”, 3rd National Conference on Infectious Diseases, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), India.
2. Satpathy, M. (12-15 Dec, 2010). “When Talent evaporates: Analysis of Challenges and Opportunities with nurturing talents in Indian Organizations”. Annual 20th National Conference on ‘Mind, Culture and Human Activities: Psychological Sciences in Twenty First Century’ of National Academy of Psychology (NAoP), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi.
3. Satpathy, M. (26-30th August, 2011). “HIV/AIDS in the Asia & Pacific Region: Integrated Visualizing by Local Young Researchers of steps towards fulfillment of MDG-6 (a &b)”, The 10th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP10), BEXCO, Busan, South Korea.
4. Satpathy, M. (26-30th August, 2011). “Towards a caring world-can we grow together? Building a Multi-stakeholder & participatory model of Healthcare planning and Delivery in India”, The 10th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP10), BEXCO, Busan, South Korea.
5. Satpathy, M. (20-22nd January, 2012). "Emerging Healthcare Issues and Needs of Young MSM & TG in India: Needs Assessment from Multi-Stakeholders perspective " HIV Science 2012: International Science Symposium on HIV & Infectious Diseases, Chennai, India.
6. Satpathy, M. (15th-18th April, 2012). “Membership and Online Networking as a Source of Inspiration: Impact Assessment of International Rectal Microbicides Advocates (IRMA) as an Agent of Engagement”, M2012: International Microbicides Conference-‘From Discovery to Delivery’, Sydney, Australia.

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At 11:02am on February 19, 2013, HEEALS said…

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