Pauline Bakibinga

Associate Research Scientist

Pauline is the project manager of the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health project under the Health Challenges and Systems Research Program.

She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery from Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Uganda (2006), a Master’s degree in International Health Promotion from the University of Bergen, Norway (2009) and a PhD in International Health from the same university (2012). Her thesis described the job engagement and self-care experiences of nurses and midwives known to thrive on the job in Uganda. She has previously worked as a Clinician and Researcher in Uganda.

Pauline is driven by a passion to learn more while making her corner of the world a better place. Her areas of research interests are in strengthening health systems through capacity building, expanding access to reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) services and control of non-communicable diseases. Other interests include health promotion, prevention and care, and identifying solutions to the challenges of expanding prevention and health care in resource-limited settings.

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