Category Archives: Alumni

ALUMNI NETWORKING: 1st Editor Interview Mahlet Atakilt Woldetsadik

1. Where and what is your current work/professional situation? I graduated from the MPH program at EHESP in 2012. After graduation, I worked briefly in Paris with the former dean Antoine Flahault, and moved to Ethiopia for a fellowship with the Maternal Health Task Force at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. I am currently a doctoral fellow

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ALUMNI NETWORKING: 2013 Editor Interview Sandra Hassan

1. Where and what is your current work/professional situation? I am currently working as an IT and Multimedia Analyst at the World Bank in Marseille, France. Part of my job is to offer support to program teams who are in the field implementing development projects. Another part is as webmaster for the Center for Mediterranean Integration, which requires an understanding

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Alumni Networking: Louisa Stuwe

1. Where and what is your current work/professional situation? I am currently a Technical Officer in the Research and Innovation department of the French Ministry of Health (MoH) where I am in charge of two research programs in the area of “Health Services Research”. This includes the year-round conception of call-for-projects, funding, monitoring and evaluation of selected projects, conducting public policy and program evaluation among other activities. Before that, I was

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Alumni Networking: Hidenori Matsuo

1. Where and what is your current work/professional situation? I am currently doing an internship at Chaire Inpes “promotion de la santé” à l’EHESP in Rennes. The Chair belongs to the Department of human and social sciences and health behaviour at EHESP. I work on two different projects: firstly, reviewing the literature of community-driven approaches in the domain of community health

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NETWORKING: CONNECTING WITH ALUMNI

MPH ALUM: Maya Dorsey 1. Where and what is your current work/professional situation?  I am currently working at the URC-ECO (Unité de recherche clinique en economie de la santé il de france) in Paris, which is a research institute that works on a variety of projects related to health economics, health service research, and health policy. My main responsibilities revolve around

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GUEST ARTICLE: Cost-Awareness: The Easy Excuse?

GUEST WRITER: Claire REMY ‘Patients should be aware of the costs of their healthcare system’. This argument comes up regularly in France in the mouths of different parties. It is currently put forward by medical professionals who are opposing the government’s will to get rid of upfront fees for patients. It was used in recent years by national health authorities

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