Pauline is a reseacher under the Health and Systems for Health Research Unit.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery from Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Uganda (2006), a Master’s degree in International Health Promotion from the University of Bergen, Norway (2009) and a PhD in International Health from the same university (2013). Her thesis described the job engagement and self-care experiences of nurses and midwives known to thrive on the job in Uganda. She has previously worked as a Clinician and Researcher in Uganda.
Pauline is driven by a passion to learn more while making her corner of the world a better place. Her areas of research interests are in strengthening health systems through capacity building, expanding access to essential reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) services and control of non-communicable diseases using digital technologies. Other interests include health promotion, prevention and care, and identifying solutions to the challenges of expanding prevention and health care in resource-limited settings.