Elizeus Rutebemberwa is an Associate Professor at the School of Public Health, College of Health Sciences, Makerere University. He has experience in district health services as well as university teaching and research. Before joining the School of Public Health, he worked as a medical officer, then a Hospital Director and afterwards as a District Health Manager in Kamuli District in Eastern Uganda. At the School of Public Health, he teaches Leadership and Management, Monitoring and Evaluation, Health Policy and Health Ethics and Law. He is involved in the field of health reforms and management of health programs.  He has wide experience in designing and delivering trainings, coordinating field epidemiology work across many sites and conducting health facility research, assessment of programs, household surveys and community interventions. Current research activities are related to health systems in particular; assessments of human resources for health, enhancing capacity for health systems to deliver Universal Health Coverage, diagnosis and treatment of non-communicable diseases, access to health care for febrile children and the interface between zoonotic diseases and health care systems.

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