Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Gene therapy renews hope to lower the global rural sickle cell disease burden

Richardson .O.  Tachere

Richardson .O. Tachere

qualifications: MBBS

position: Psychiatrist & Medical Director

Dr. R.O. Tachere, MBBS; MPH; M.A (Health Mgt.); FRCPC. *Psychiatrist & Medical Director, Flexible Assertive Community Treatment Program, Canadian Mental Health Association, Waterloo-Wellington Region, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. *Affiliate Psychiatrist, Grand River Hospital, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.

 Anthony  Umunna

Dr Anthony Umunna

qualifications: MA (Health Management)

position: Researcher

South Africa

Dr Umunna Anthony is currently a Researcher and an Associate in Occupational Health & Safety. He graduated as a Dentist (B.D.S) from the University of Benin, Nigeria, and obtained a masters degree (MA) in Health and Welfare Management from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. His masters' dissertation was on oral health Management planning in Lesotho, which found among other things that transportation could seriously hamper Primary Health services and has serious implications for health access and therefore equity of health services. He has also worked as an expatriate in Zimbabwe with the Southern Provincial Medical Directorate from 2002-2005.And in his work in Lesotho since 2005 contributed in the preparation of a draft Oral Health Policy and the data management and analysis of the 2010-2011 School Oral Health Survey. He Also Obtained Certifications in Occupational Health & Safety (NEBOSH UK) and Disaster Management (TATA Institute). His future interest is in health services research to assist in capacity building for policy makers and health managers in Africa in the future.

Register Now
About our regions
News & Events

Growing the pool of rural general practitioners

Clonidine for pain-related distress in Aboriginal children with rheumatic fever

WONCA World Conference 2020
web link

Connect with us