Professor Nasreen Ali
Professor of Public Health Equality
I am a professor of Public Health Equality and Course Lead for the MSc Public Health. I teach on a range of health and social care courses and lead the Health and Social Care Inequalities unit for the MSc Public Health, which is delivered in Luton, Myanmar and Guyana. I also lead the Bedford, Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK) Integrated Care System (ICS) Inclusive Workforce Research Programme and the Health Education England (HEE) Workforce Development for Integrated Care Research Programme.
My multidisciplinary, collaborative and applied research provides evidence for reducing health inequalities focussing on taking an intersectional approach to look at variations in health outcomes based on a range of protected characteristics (sex, gender, ethnicity, age, and social categories (SES, geographical location) and how these affect the experience of health and social care. The aim of my research is to improve the health and social care outcomes for marginalised and disadvantaged communities across the life-course by influencing policy, design and delivery of inclusive and responsive services, locally, nationally and internationally. My research uses innovative ways to engage with diverse communities to involve the lesser heard voices. I have developed pathways for inclusive community engagement strengthening prevention and early intervention to address the variations in health and social care outcomes within and between groups.
- PhD (Community and individual identity of the Kashmiri community: a case study of Luton) University of Luton, September 1999
- MA Rural Development, University of Sussex 1991-1992
- BSc (Hons) Earth and Life Studies, University of Derby 1988-1991
- PgCAP, University of Bedfordshire 2009
- Course lead for MSc Public Health
- Lead lecturer for the Health and Social Care Inequalities unit for MSc Public Health
- MSc dissertation supervisor (taught)
- MRes dissertation supervisor
- Medical and Dental Education dissertation supervisor
- MPhil supervisor
- PhD supervisor
- PhD examiner
- Health and social care inequalities (particularly using intersectionality or critical race theory)
- Widening participation of underrepresented groups into education and employment
- Equality, diversity and Inclusion in education
- Access to health care (in particular the role of culture and religion in health behaviour, the role of masculinity in health behaviour).
- Mental health (particularly peri-natal mental health, children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing)
- Maternal and child health (particularly disability, consanguinity, gestational diabetes)
- Community engagement (particularly participatory approaches with lesser heard voices and co-production)
- Health service systems and service delivery
Service to Academic and Professional Communities
- Senior member of the University of Bedfordshire Race Equality Network (REN) (2022-present)
- Senior member of the University of Bedfordshire’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee (2021-present)
- Senior member of the University of Bedfordshire’s Teaching and Learning Student Experience EDI Group (2021-present)
- Senior member of the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences Student Recruitment Group (2018-present)
- Senior member of the Institute for Health Research Ethics Committee (2009-present)
- Co-lead of the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences Inclusivity Project (2019-present)
- Co-lead lead for the South Asian Belong@Beds Student Group (2021-present)
- Member of the Family Hubs Perinatal and Parent Mental Health Working Group (2023-present)
- Member of the Mental Health Prevention and Promotion Steering Group, Luton Borough Council (2022-present)
- Anchor Institutions Talk, Listen Change Steering Group, Luton Borough Council (2022-present)
- Advisor for Health Education England’s (HEE) Theory of Change (ToC) Workshops (2022)
- Member of the BLMK Clinical Reference Group to focus on Genetic Risk and Culturally Competent Genetic Services (2020-present)
- BLMK ICB Luton and Milton Keynes Health and Care Partnership Diabetes in Pregnancy Consultation Group (2019-present).
- Member of the NHS England Genetic Risk Expert Reference Group (2018-present)
- Member of the Buckinghamshire Health & Social Care Academy (2021-present).
Selected Research Projects & Consultancy
- Ali, N and Morteanu (2023-present) Talk, Listen, Change (TLC) engaging in a dialogue with the Luton Roma community on access to healthcare services and co-producing solutions. Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Integrated Care Board £20,073.
- Grant, L., Pappas, Y., Ali, N., Burden, B., Boyle, S and Randhawa G (2022-present) Developing a workforce for integrated care. Health Education England. £1,100,000
- Jacob, MA, Saksena, P and Ali, N (2022-present) making it to the Registers Documenting Migrant Carers' Experiences of Registration and Fitness to Practise. Arts and Humanities Research Council (ARCH) £428,091.36
- Ali, N and Shah, T (2022-present) Prevention and promotion for better mental health project process evaluation of ELFT Befriender service. Luton Borough Council/Office for Health Improvements and Disparities (OHID) £20,000
- Ali, N and Cartwright, S (2021-2022) Talk, Listen, Change Public Health Practitioner, National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) £42,710.
- Ali, N and Cook, E (2022-2023) Pathways for mothers with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) during COVID-19 in Bedfordshire Hospitals (Bedford Hospital, Luton and Dunstable Hospital and Milton Keynes University Hospital Trust). £15,000
- Ali, N., Cook, E. & Randhawa, G., (2022-present). Luton Borough Council. Young Luton Voices: exploring the impact of COVID-19 on young people’s mental health and co-creating solutions. £46,000
- Cook, E.J. Tolliday, E., Ali, N., Suleman, M., Wilkinson, E., Randhawa, G. (2021-22). National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) NIHR135381 - Keech End of life research Partnership NETwork (KEEPNET): A partnership network to enhance research capacity and capability to improve access to palliative and end-of-life care among the ethnic minority population across Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, and Milton Keynes. £108,000.
- Ali, N., Cook, E.J., Randhawa, G. (September 2021 - 22). The Chilterns Conservation Board (CCB). Chalkscapes: co-creating solutions with diverse
communities using greenspaces and the countryside. £25,000
- Ali, N., Cook, E.J., Cartwright, S., Randhawa, G. (October 2020- June 21). Luton Borough Council. Engaging in a dialogue on reasons for the disproportionate impact of COVID-19, tackling inequalities and co-developing solutions: a community engagement project in Luton. £50,000
- Ali, N, Butt J and Melanie, P (Lesser heard voices: working with Black, Asian and minority ethnic children affected by child sexual abuse. Race Equality Foundation and Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse £8,000.
- Ali, N (2020-21) Process evaluation for a community blood pressure pilot programme with African Caribbean men. Race Equality Foundation. £3,000.
- Ali, N (2020-21) Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions, inequality and improving the experience of healthy ageing for BAME project: a scoping review. Race Equality Foundation. £5,000.
- Ali, N., Cook, E., Qureshi, I., Sidika, T., Mahmood, S., Waqar, M. and Randhawa, G (2017-2018) Widening Participation for South Asian students: a pilot of the collaborative-targeted outreach programme, Health Education England £20,000.
- Ali, N., Cook, E., Burden, B., Reid, C and Randhawa, G. Exploring the barriers and facilitators to accessing and progressing on NHS funded healthcare programmes and moving into healthcare employment: a qualitative case study of East of England and Thames Valley regions. Health Education England £
- Allnock, D, Beckett, H., Ackerley, E, Walker, J., Bostock L., Warrington, C., Papadopoulos, C., Ali, N and Munroe, E (2016-2020) Learning from the experts: young people’s perspectives on how we can support healthy child development after sexual NSPCC and ESRC.
- Papadopoulos, C., Bernadette, H and Ali, N ( 2016-2019) Stigma and psychological wellbeing among family caregivers of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Autistica Research £61,2000.
- Ali, N., Kalra, V.S. and Sayyid, B. (eds.) (2006) Postcolonial People: South Asians in Britain, Hurst & Company: London. An American edition of this book was published in 2008.
- Cook, E. J., Elliott, E., Donald, L., Gaitan, A., Randhawa, G., Cartwright, S., Waqar, M., Egbutah, C., Nduka, I., Guppy, A., Ali, N. (2023) Knowledge, perceived risk, and attitudes towards COVID-19 protective measures amongst ethnic minorities in the UK: A cross-sectional study. Front. Public Health 10:1060694. Read article here
- Cole, B., Craig, G. and Ali, N. (2022) ‘Introduction: ‘Race’, Learning and Teaching in Social Policy in Higher Education’, Social Policy and Society, 21(1), pp.1-11. Read article here
- Cook, E.J., Elliott, E., Gaitan, A., Nduka, I., Cartwright, S., Egbutah, C., Randhawa, G., Waqar, M. and Ali, N. (2022) ‘Vaccination against COVID-19: factors that influence vaccine Hesitancy among an ethnically diverse community in the UK’, Vaccines, 10(1), p.106. Read article here
- Ali, N., Cook, E., Qureshi, I., Sidika, T., Mahmood, S., Waqar, M. and Randhawa, G. (2021) ‘The collaborative targeted outreach programme (CTOP): a feasibility intervention to increase the recruitment of ‘home grown ‘south Asian into nursing and midwifery courses’, Diversity and Equality in Health Care, 18, pp.370-7. Read article here
- Cook, E.J., Powell, F., Ali, N., Penn-Jones, C., Ochieng, B. and Randhawa, G. (2021) ‘Improving support for breastfeeding mothers: a qualitative study on the experiences of breastfeeding among mothers who reside in a deprived and culturally diverse community’, International Journal for Equity in Health, 20(1), pp.1- 14. Read article here
- Cook, E.J., Powell, F.C., Ali, N., Penn‐Jones, C., Ochieng, B. and Randhawa, G. (2021) ‘Parents’ experiences of complementary feeding among a United Kingdom culturally diverse and deprived community’, Maternal & Child Nutrition, 17(2), p.e13108. Read article here
- Garcia, R., Ali, N., Guppy, A., Griffiths, M. and Randhawa, G. (2021) ‘Analysis of routinely collected data: Determining associations of maternal risk factors and infant outcomes with gestational diabetes, in Pakistani, Indian, Bangladeshi and white British pregnant women in Luton, England’, Midwifery, 94, p.102899. Read article here
- Qureshi, I., Ali, N. and Randhawa, G. (2020) ‘British South Asian male nurses' views on the barriers and enablers to entering and progressing in nursing careers’, Journal of Nursing Management, 28(4), pp.892-902. Read article here
- Qureshi, I., Ali, N., Garcia, R. and Randhawa, G. (2020) ‘Interventions to widen participation for Black and Asian minority ethnic men into the nursing profession: a scoping review’, Diversity and Equality in Healthcare, 17(2), pp.107-114. Available at: Read article here
- Ali, N., Qureshi, I., Sidika, T ., Mondkova A., Mahmood, S., Jan, A., Garcia, R., Cook, E., Burden, B., Reid, C and Randhawa, G. (2018), ‘Barriers and enablers for UK ‘home grown’ South Asian prospective students choosing nursing and midwifery courses and careers, Diversity & Equality in Health & Care Read article here
- Qureshi, I., Ali, N., Hewson, D., Randhawa, G., and Garcia, R. (2018) What the numbers tell us: a review of nursing course applications, acceptances and attrition rates for British South Asian men Diversity & Equality in Health & Care Read article here
- Bamideleh, O., McGarvey, H., Lagan B. M., Ali, N., Chinegwundoh, F., Parahoo, K. and McCaughan, E. (2018) ‘Hard to reach, but not out of reach’: barriers and facilitators to recruiting Black African and Black Caribbean men with prostate cancer and their partners into qualitative research’, European Journal of Cancer Read article here
- Hann, K. E J., Ali, N., Gessler, S., Fraser, L., Side, L., Waller, J., Sanderson, S. C., and Lanceley, A. (2018) ‘Attitudes towards a programme of risk assessment and stratified management for ovarian cancer: A focus group study of UK South Asians’ perspectives’ BMJ Open Read article here
- Garcia, R.L., Ali, N., Guppy, A., Randhawa, G. and Griffiths, M. (2018) Understanding the consumption of folic acid during preconception, among Pakistani, Bangladeshi and White British mothers in Luton, UK: A qualitative study, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. Read article here
- Pervaiz, M., Gilbert, R., and Ali, N (2017) ‘The prevalence, and under-reporting of needle-stick injuries among dental healthcare workers in Pakistan: a systematic review’, International Journal of Dentistry. Read article here
- Ali, N., Mclachlan, N., Kanwar, S. and Randhawa, G. (2017) ‘Pakistani young people’s views on barriers to accessing mental health services’, International Journal of Culture and Mental Health,10 (1).
- Bamideleh, O., McGarvey, H., Lagan B. M., Ali, N., Chinegwundoh, F., Parahoo, K. and McCaughan, E. (2017) ‘Life after prostate cancer: a qualitative systematic review of the post-treatment experiences of Black African and Black Caribbean men’, European Journal of Cancer Care. Read article here
- Ali, N., Bamideleh, O., Randhawa, G., and Hoskin, P and Eilis McCaughan (2017) ‘Constructions of masculinity and help-seeking for prostate cancer’, Diversity & Equality in Health & Care.14(5): 254-256. Read article here
- Garcia, R.L., Ali, N., Guppy, A., Randhawa, G. and Griffiths, M. (2017) ‘Differences in the pregnancy gestation period and birth weights in infants born to Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and white British mothers in Luton: a retrospective analysis of routinely collected data’, BMJ Open. Read article here
- Bambidele, O., Ali, N., Papadopoulos, C. & Randhawa, G. (2017). Exploring factors contributing to low uptake of the NHS Breast Cancer Screening Programme among Black African women in the UK. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care; 14 (4), 212-219. Read article here
- Alfaqeeh, G., Cook, E., Randhawa, G., and Ali, N. (2017) ‘Access and utilisation of primary health care services comparing urban and rural areas of Riyadh Providence, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’, BMC Health Services Research. Read article here
- Garcia, R., Ali, N., Guppy, A., Griffiths, M. and Randhawa, G. (2017) ‘A comparison of antenatal classifications of “overweight” and “obesity” prevalence between white British, Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi pregnant women in England. An analysis of retrospective data’, BMC Public Health, pp. 1–7. Read article here
- Cook, E., Randhawa, G., Sharp, C., Ali, N., Guppy, A., Barton, A., Bateman, A., Crawford-White (2016) ‘Exploring the factors that influence the decision to adopt and engage with an integrated assistive telehealth and telecare service in Cambridgeshire, UK: a nested qualitative study of patient 'users' and 'non-users', BMC Health Services Research. Read article here
- Cook, E., Randhawa, G., Sharp, C., Ali, N., Guppy, A., Barton, A., Bateman, A., Crawford-White (2016) ‘Exploring the factors that affect decisions to use and engage with an integrated assistive telehealth and telecare service: a nested qualitative study of patient “users” and “non-users”’, BMC Health Services Research. Read article here
- Cook, E., Randhawa, G., Large, S., Ali, N., Guppy, A. and Chater, A. (2016) ‘Satisfaction of using a nurse-led telephone helpline among mothers and caregivers of young children: a qualitative study’, Health Policy Technolog Volume 5, Issue 2, June 2016, pp. 113–122.Read article here
- Garcia, R.,Ali, N., Papadopoulos, C. and Randhawa, G. (2015) ‘Specific antenatal interventions for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) pregnant women at high risk of poor birth outcomes in the United Kingdom: a scoping review’, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 15:226
- Ajaz, M.,Ali, N. and Randhawa, G. (2015) ‘UK Pakistani views on the adverse health risks associated with consanguineous marriages’, Journal of Community Genetics.
- Ali, N., Ajaz, M. and Randhawa, G. (2014) ‘Risk factors for congenital anomalies’, Eyes on Evidence 60, April. Read article here
- Cook, E., Randhawa, G., Large, S., Guppy, A., Chater, A. and Ali, N. (2014). ‘Exploring the barriers and facilitators of using NHS Direct: A qualitative study of users and low users’, BMC Health Service Research. 14:487 Read article here
- Cook, E., Randhawa, G., Large, S., Guppy, A., Chater, A. and Ali, N. (2014) ‘A qualitative exploration of service providers' views towards the uptake of NHS Direct’, Health Policy & Technology. Read article here
- Amaugo, L. G., Papadopoulos, C., Ochieng, B.M.N. and Ali, N. (2014) ‘The effectiveness of HIV/AIDS school-based sexual health education programmes in Nigeria: A systematic review’, Health Education Research, 29 (4), pp. 633–648. Read article here
- Papadopoulos, C. and Ali, N. (2013) 'Stress levels and their risk/protective factors among MSc Public Health students', Journal of Pedagogic Development, 3 (2), pp.5–10. Read article here
- Ali, N., McLean, C. and Rehman, H. (2012) ‘Faulty genes: consanguinity in the Pakistani community’, Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 5(2), pp. 43–51. Read article here
- Herodotou, N. and Ali, N. (2012) ‘Reaching out – a consultant palliative medicine clinic within a Luton mosque’, European Journal of Palliative Care, 19 (3), pp. 143–145. Read article here
- Atkin, K., Ali, N. and Chu, C.E. (2009) ‘The politics of difference? Providing a cancer genetics service in a culturally and linguistically diverse society’, Diversity in Health and Care, 6(4), pp.149–157. Read article here
- Ali, N. (2009) ‘The Making of Kashmiri Identity’, Journal of South Asian Diaspora 1 (2), pp 181–192 Read article here
- Ali, N., Atkin, K. and Neal, R. (2006) ‘The Role of Culture in the General Practice Consultation Process’, Ethnicity and Health, 11 (4), pp. 389–408. Read article here
- Neal, R., Ali, N., Atkin, K., Allgar, V.L., Ali, S. and Coleman, T. (2006) ‘Communication between South Asian Patients and GPs: Comparative Study using the Roter Interactional Analysis System’, The British Journal of General Practice, 56 (532), pp. 869–875. Read article here
- Ali, N. and Gambles, M.H. (2005) ‘Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use among South Asian patients with cancer in Britain’, Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 2(1). Read article here
- Neal, R., Ali, N., Allgar, V. L., Phil, H. and Leese, B. (2006) ‘Stage at diagnosis, survival and diagnostic delays for lung, colorectal, prostate and ovarian cancer: comparison between patients referred urgently from primary care and patients diagnosed through other routes’, British Journal of General Practice, 56 (532), pp. 869–75. Read article here
- Neal, R., Ali, N., Atkin, K., Allgar, V.L., Ali, S. and Coleman, T. (2006) ‘Supplementary Table 1 (PDF 36KB) Analysis of each RIAS category, medians and Kruskal-Wallis tests’, British Journal of General Practice, 56(532), pp.869–875.
- Ali, N. and Hussain-Gambles, M. (2005) ‘Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) use among South Asian Patients with Cancer in Britain’, Diversity in Health and Social Care, 2(1), pp. 41–45.Neal, R.
- Neal, R., Ali, N., Allgar, V. L. and Coleman, T. (2004) ‘Consent Rates for Video-recording General Practice Consultations: Effect of Ethnicity and other factors’, Family Practice, 21(2), pp. 219–220. Read article here
- Ali, N. (2003) ‘Diaspora and Nation: Displacement and the Politics of Kashmiri Identity in Britain’, Contemporary South Asia, 12 (4), pp.471–480. Read article here
- Ali, N. (2003) ‘Fluency in the Consulting Room’, British Journal of General Practice, 53(492), pp.514–515. Read article here
- Ali, N. (2002) ‘Kashmiri Nationalism beyond the Nation State’, South Asia Research, 22 (2), pp.145–160. Read article here
- Ali, N., Butt, J. and Phillips, M. (2021) ‘Improving responses to the sexual abuse of Black, Asian and minority ethnic children’, Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse. Read article here
- Ali, N. (2020) ‘Evaluation of the Community blood pressure pilot programme with African and Caribbean men’, Race Equality Foundation. Read article here
- Ali, N., O’Neill and Randhawa, G. (2012) ‘Engaging with the Pakistani/Kashmiri community in Luton on consanguinity’, Luton Borough Council.
- Craig,G.,Adamson, S., Ali, N. and Demsash, H. (2010) ‘Mapping Rapidly Changing Minority Ethnic Populations: A Case Study of York’, Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Read article here
- Ali, N., Pattenden, J. and Lewin, R. (2010) ‘The Development and Impact of a BHF Nursing Service for Adults/Grown Ups with Congenital Heart Disease’, University of York, York.
- Ali, N. and Pattenden, J. F (2009) ‘FP30 Nurses' and patients' views of the implementation and impact of a randomised control trial of a self-management programme for patients with heart failure’, European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing 8 ,Supplement 1. Read article here
- Ali, N., McLean, C. and Rehman, H.(2008) ‘Understanding intergenerational attitudes and beliefs towards consanguineous marriages in Birmingham’, ETHNOC Research and Consultancy.
- Craig, G., McNamee, S., Adamson, S., Ali, N., Ali, S., Atkins, L., Dadze-Arthur, A., Elliott, C. and Murtuja, B. (2007) 330200015 ‘Sure Start and Black and Ethnic Minority Populations’, DfES. Read article here
- Ali, N., Atkin, K., Craig, G., Dadze-Arthur, A., Elliot, C, and Edwards, A. (2006) ‘Ethnicity, Disability and Work: Examining the Inclusion of People with Sensory Impairments from Black and Minority Ethnic Groups into the Labour Market’. Read article here
- Ali, N. and Gray, W. (2006) ‘A pilot Study using the Discovery Interview Process with Vietnamese and Punjabi Population of Greenwich, to facilitate patient inspired improvement’, NHS Heart Improvement Programme. Read article here
- Ali, N. and Mir, G. (2006) ‘Evaluation of the Dosti Women’s Project’, Leeds Social Services.
- Tozer, R. and Ali, N. (2006) ‘Meeting the Cultural Challenges of offering Patient ‘Choice’, North Kirklees Primary Care Trust.
- Ali, N and Burchett, H. (2004) ‘Experiences of Maternity Services: Muslim Women’s Perspectives’, The Maternity Alliance. Read article here
Conference Presentations (selected)
- Ali, N (2021) The COVID-19 Talk, Listen Change (TLC) community engagement project for tackling inequalities and co-developing solutions in Luton, Luton Borough Council Fairness Taskforce Conference.
- Ali, N. and Bignal, T (2020) Engaging black, Asian and minority communities in health research, NETSCC Learning & Development Programme for PPI (BAME workshop). 13 February.
- Ali, N (2018) Young people’s views on access to contraception and contraceptive services in Luton, Sussex University. 5 November.
- Ali, N (2017) The pilot of the Collaborative Targeted Outreach Programme (CTOP) for nursing and midwifery HEE/NEON ‘People Matter conference, The Strand, Central London. 27 June.
- Ali, N. (2016) Presenting research themes, Newton Researcher Links workshop, Padang, Indonesia, 28–1 September
- Ali, N. (2016) Building evidence for supporting widening participation for South Asian Students, NEON Conference, University of Leicester, 9–10 June.
- Ali, N. (2015) Increasing diversity in public involvement (PI) representation, East of England PPI Forum Meeting, 30 September.
- Ali, N. (2014) When culture and medicine meet: the case of consanguinity, Children and Young People conference, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Annual 5th 24 November.
- Ali, N. (2013) Health visiting conference and showcase event: building community capacity, Imperial War Museum Duxford, Cambridgeshire, 5 July.
- Ali, N. (2013) Attitudes and needs of young Pakistanis (and parents) towards accessing mental health services in Peterborough: an exploratory study, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust, Peterborough, 23 May.
- Ali, N. (2013) Identity and looked after Muslim children, Luton Social Services, Discover Islam Centre, Luton, 5 March.
- Ali, N. (2009)Uptake of self-management in patients with Heart Failure and their family/carers, British Heart Foundation Nurses’ and Health Professionals’ Conference. The Belfry, Birmingham, 23 February.
- Chu, C. E., Atkin K. and Ali, N. (2008) The Politics of Difference: Providing a Cancer Genetic Service in a Multi-Cultural Society. Poster presentation at The British Human Genetics Conference, University of York, 15–17 September.
- Ali, N. (2006) Ethnicity, Disability and Work, Cedar Court Hotel, Bradford. The Royal National Institute for the Blind, 27 June.
- Ali, N. (2006) Ethnicity, Disability and Work, Jury’s Inn Birmingham. The Royal National Institute for the Blind, 31 May.
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