Andrew Mgaya

Affiliated Researcher at Department of Women's and Children's Health, International Maternal and Reproductive Health and Migration

Email:
andrew.mgaya[AT-sign]uu.se
Visiting address:
MTC-huset, Dag Hammarskjölds väg 14B, 1 tr
752 37 Uppsala
Postal address:
Akademiska sjukhuset
751 85 UPPSALA

Short presentation

Academic degree:

Doctor of Medicine (MD), Master of Medicine (MMed-OBGY), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Professional Work:

Clinician Researcher/Obstetrician Gynaecologist at Muhimbili National referral Hospital, Tanzania

Researcher at Department of Women's and Children's Health, Uppsala University, Sweden.

Area of Interest:

Clinical Audit and Interventional Research in Maternal and Sexual Reproductive Health.

Role of Enviromental solutions in Health Care.

Keywords: maternal health adaptation and resilience to climate change clinical audit interventional research digital health technologygy

I am a clinician researcher with special interest in improving standards of health care and promoting maternal and sexual reproductive health in developing countries including Tanzania. As a clinician, I am working as a senior obstetrician gynaecologist at Muhimbili National referral Hospital that is also a teaching hospital for medical universities, of which I am a clinical senior lecturer.

As a researcher, I am interested in interventional research including clinical audit-feedback and designing and implementing complex interventions that continuously assess and upgrade health care services, and promote timely access and appropriate use of locally available health resources for the benefit of client/patient/community. My special interests in facility based health care research is promoting use of routinely collected data and E-health solutions to enhance the health system response to the care providers, patients/clients and health systems needs. My interest in community/global health care is to evaluate the role of nature based adaptable enviromental solution in health care, in order to determine and capture co-benefits of enviromental protection, adaptation measures against global warming and health care of vulnerable groups such as women and children in developing countries.

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Andrew Mgaya