Dr Priya Paudyal is a Senior Lecturer in Public Health and Course Leader for MSc Public Health at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School. She completed her primary and high school education in Nepal and moved to the UK in 2005 to undertake a Master’s degree in Public Health at the University of Aberdeen. Following the completion of her PhD in 2011, Priya has been engaged in a wide range of epidemiology and public health related research and teaching activities. Her current research interests are on ethnicity and migration, with a particular focus on co-production of public health interventions. Her recent work was focused on the health and wellbeing issues of the Nepalese migrant workers and their families. The study co-produced a culturally appropriate storytelling intervention to address these issues.