Fekir Negussie, MPH

Title(s)Program Manager, GHS - Programs
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    As a public health professional, Fekir worked in Southern Africa for several years leading research and implementation projects. She worked as a Strategic Information Fellow with CDC Mozambique analyzing programmatic data and supporting Implementing Partners develop data collection tools. Most recently, Fekir worked as the in-country lead for IGHS' portfolio of projects in Namibia conducting HIV research and launching national-level informatics projects.

    Currently, Fekir is a Program Manager at the Center for Health Equity in Surgery and Anesthesia. In this role, she supports the Open Oximetry project (https://openoximetry.org), which aims to solve challenges in equitable global access to pulse oximeters, and the COVID-19 Global Goods project (https://opencriticalcare.org) including the COVID-19 Guidelines Dashboard, Resource Library, and Oxygen Calculator.

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    1. Empathy and journey mapping the healthcare experience: a community-based participatory approach to exploring women's access to primary health services within Melbourne's Arabic-speaking refugee communities. Ethn Health. 2022 04; 27(3):584-600. Bartlett R, Robinson T, Anand J, Negussie F, Simons Smith J, Boyle JA. PMID: 32116007.
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