Simon Genet Woldesenbet

Simon Genet Woldesenbet is currently an assistant researcher at the Armauer Hansen Research Institute, Ethiopia. He holds an MSc in Public Health with a focus on health system policy and management from the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam, and a BSc degree in Nursing from Jimma University, Ethiopia. He also has an MBA degree from the Leadstar College of Management and Leadership, Ethiopia.

He has been working in the Ethiopian health system over the last 8 years in various positions. Simon has authored 2 research publications in peer-reviewed journals as a co-author. His main research interests include the decolonization of public health, and equity in the health system. Presently, he is a member of the KIT Alumni network.

Recent publications:

Teferi MY, Didana LD, Hailu T, Woldesenbet SG, Bekele S, Mihret A. Tuberculosis treatment outcome and associated factors among tuberculosis patients at Wolayta Sodo Teaching and Referral Hospital, Southern Ethiopia: a retrospective study. Journal of Public Health Research. 2021 Apr 21;10(3):jphr-2021.

Teferi MY, Woldesenbet SG, Feleke SA, Abebe EH, Adane HT, Alemayehu CM. Assessment of the level and factors associated with knowledge, attitude and practice of blood donation among medical and paramedical personnel in ALERT Hospital, Ethiopia. Journal of Public Health Research. 2021 Jan 14;10(1):jphr-2021.

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Armauer Hansen Research Institute
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