Victoria Lebrun, MSPH is a Research Associate in FHI 360’s Health Services Research Department, supporting studies and rigorous evaluations related to the delivery of health services and the functions of health systems. She provides technical assistance for the design, development, and implementation of research, with a focus on data quality, analysis methods, and research synthesis for optimal dissemination and research uptake. Tori holds a Master of Science in Public Health in Health Policy and Management from UNC-Chapel Hill.
Injectables are the most popular family planning method in Uganda but, until recently, were offered only by community health workers and at health facilities and hospitals. In contrast, the country’s 10,000 drug shops, which provide ...
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