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PhD Alumni

Over the last eight years, the programme has graduated a number of outstanding researchers, many of whom have gone on to pursue careers in academia. The result is a growing network of alumni and collaborators, through which the Centre for Global Health can continue to expand its reach.

Name

Country of Study

Title of Research

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Nuha Ibrahim

Sudan

Work environment and performance of maternity health professionals in public maternity hospitals in Khartoum

 

Camille Boostrom

Ethiopia

Supportive Supervision for Community Health Workers: A Case Study of Ethiopia's Health Extension Programme

 

Vincent Agyapong

Ghana

Extent, impact and challenges of task-shifting within health delivery systems – the case of Ghana’s Community Mental Health Workers

 

Caroline Ryan

Uganda

Understanding the impacts of global public health responses to Ebola outbreaks on local health systems in Uganda: A case studies approach

 

Richard Mugambe

Uganda

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in HIV/AIDS Affected and Non-Affected Households: access to, perceptions and willingness to pay in Uganda

 

Amarech Obse Guda

Ethiopia

Institutional aspects of health care financing reforms in Ethiopia

 

Vincent Jumbe

Malawi

Understanding HIV risk factors and prevention needs across sexual identities of Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) in Blantyre urban, Malawi

 

Frederique Vallieres

Sierra Leone

Volunteer community health worker motivation: a longitudinal cohort study in Sierra Leone

 

Karen Hand

Ireland

The role of branding in aid

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Saheed Akinmayowa Lawal

Nigeria

Health care delivery, access and utilisation in emerging communities and urban slums in South Western Nigeria

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Simon Nantamu

Uganda

Leadership and organisational attitudes in Ugandan Healthcare

 

Isabel Kazanga

Malawi

Equity of access to essential health packages in Malawi: a perspective on uptake of maternal healthcare

 

Annariina Koivu

South Africa

HIV information systems and health informatics in South Africa

 

 


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