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Beth Phillips

Title(s)Research Analyst, GHS - Central Admin
SchoolChancellor/EVC/FAS
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    University of Arizona, Tucson AZMPH2012Global Family and Child Health
    Willamette University, Salem ORBA2005Anthropology and Gender Studies
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    Fulbright2015University of Uyo, Nigeria
    Phi Betta Kappa2005Willamette University

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    Beth Phillips is currently a Senior Research Analyst for the SPARQ study in India and Kenya and a Program Manager for the PTBi-Rwanda cluster randomized trial, both based at the Institute for Global Health Sciences. With over 13 years of global health experience, she has managed study implementation for many multi-site maternal health and reproductive health interventions and research programs. Beth has extensive field-based experience in implementation science across numerous geographies, most recently including India, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Uganda, Namibia, South Africa, San Francisco Bay Area, American Samoa, and the Navajo Nation. She is also a two-time Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Namibia and Uganda), earned a Masters in Global Maternal and Child Health from University of Arizona with honors as a Coverdell Peace Corps Fellow, and completed a Fulbright Fellowship on obstetric fistula treatment in Nigeria.

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    1. Phillips BS, Ononokpono DN, Udofia NW. Complicating causality: patient and professional perspectives on obstetric fistula in Nigeria. Cult Health Sex. 2016 09; 18(9):996-1009. PMID: 26958903.
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    2. Phillips, B.Impacts of treatment practices among vesicovaginal fistula patients and practitioners in Nigeria. Journal of Women's Health, Issues and Care. 2014.
    3. Clarissa Phillips, Sonia Cota-Robles, Margaret Knight, Judith Francis, Elizabeth Phillips, and Laurie Mazerbo.Child Immunization Status Among a Sample of Adolescent Mothers: Comparing the Validity of Measurement Strategies. Journal of Family Social Work. 2011; 14(4):326-334.
    4. Phillips B, Phillips DA. Learning from youth exposed to domestic violence: decentering DV and the primacy of gender stereotypes. Violence Against Women. 2010 Mar; 16(3):291-312. PMID: 20093434.
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    5. Phillips, B.Gender and Modernities: Education amongst Cape Town's Poor Youth. Focus Anthropology. 2005; IV.