Senior Technical Advisor (Primary Health Care), Jhpiego
Dr. Radha S. Karnad, BA BM MPH, has over a decade of experience developing innovative approaches to clinical medicine in hospital and community settings, healthcare program management, quality improvement, and human resource for health capacity building across the US, UK, and East Africa. She is passionate about maternal and reproductive health, and believes that it is only by improving health systems that we will find solutions to global public health problems and improve access to health. As a registered public health clinician and Senior Technical Advisor (Primary Health Care), she provides technical direction to Jhpiego programs in essential service delivery for preventive, promotive, and curative services at the primary care level, strengthening health systems that are client-centered, coordinated, and comprehensive. She is an Acumen East Africa Regional Fellow 2016 and an Afya Bora Consortium Global Health Leadership Fellow 2016-2017.
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