"Improved performance and confidence at work place; Enhanced interpretation of health related issues and the ability to explain; Improved scholarly writing in Annual Reports, and Magazines; Ability to guide the intern students to confidently write their reports and research proposals; I have integrated the theories learned into real work; Ability to argue out issues basing on facts; Improved self-expression; and relating knowledge acquired into problem solving."
Mireego Eddie Class of 2010
“It has opened the gates for community entrance and I was appointed as a community's representative by the Asst. Commissioner Vector borne diseases to advocate for all ethical matters concerning a research protocol on vector borne diseases (VCD-REC) in Uganda for a period of 3 years. My appointment was based on the MPH I obtained from IHSU in addition to my background in medical parasitology and entomology. Secondary the center engaged me in support supervision of districts in areas of M&E, and periodic surveys.
Ssemwanga Edward Bamulanzeki Class of 2015
“It has tremendously contributed to my area of work in the sense that 95% of the research work I do is centered on Public Health. The course units at that time, most especially research methods, understanding public health, nutrition and Uganda's health systems provided me with fundamental principles in conducting public health research and shaping the quality of community interventions in under-resourced settings.”