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Dr. Chris Okemgbo

ACCOMPLISHMENT AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS:

Over 20 years of extensive empirical sociodemographic and public health research

  • Lead, Medical Care Evaluation Project,  Eastern State Hospital, Medical Lake Washington

  • Statistical analysis and accurate interpretation of results

  • Proven advanced training in research, analysis and management of population health issues

  • Routine analysis using conceptually coherent and consistent measures

  • Initiatives employing multidisciplinary approaches in research and training to identify and address local, national and global Public Health challenges

  • Co-Investigator, Father’s Involvement in Child Health Treatment Behavior in Nigeria, funded by USAID under Applied Research in Child Health Project.

  • Co-Investigator, A Study of The Role of Gender Inequities on Men’s Sexual and Reproductive Health in South-East Nigeria — A Pilot Survey funded by Department for International Development under the Department of Social Statistics, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK.

  • Lead Consultant, United Nations Development Fund for Women funded project on Needs Assessment Survey on the Rights Issues of Nigerian Women Prisoners

  • Lead Consultant, Cultural Management of Stigma and HIV/AIDS in Nigeria

  • Regional Consultant, Partnership for Transforming Health Systems- Nigeria Survey on Factors Influencing the Uptake of Immunization in Nigeria.

  • Regional Consultant, Measure Evaluation Post-Intervention Survey, Vision Project on Reproductive Health of men and women, including STDs and HIV

  • Regional Consultant, Measure Evaluation Baseline Survey, Vision Project on Reproductive Health of men and women, including STDs and HIV

  • Consultant, European Union Nigerian Census External Monitoring project, Nigeria.

Ph.D.   Demography & Social Statistics

MPH   Public Health 

 

B.Sc.   Actuarial Science    

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT/TRAINING

Center for AIDS and STD, University of Washington, Seattle Washington State, USA. Principles of STD/HIV Research

Education

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