Dr. Isabel Nyangu is a public health researcher with more than a decade of experience in intervention projects that focused on assessing, monitoring and evaluating infectious diseases including HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, COVID-19, and Sexually transmitted infections. My work also focused on health interventions on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), sexual and gender-based violence, health nutrition, and substance abuse among various populations such as adolescents and teenagers, young people and older adults. I have a strong background in providing technical assistance and support to civil society organisations, the World Health Organisation, the United Nations, and the Global Fund.
I have 15 years of experience in health professions education and have expertise in the training and research supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate nursing and allied health students (full-time, part-time and distance learning). My key areas of expertise include programme design, process implementation, curriculum design and development, and quality assurance and evaluation.
My research areas focus on public health research with particular emphasis on health promotion, health education, assessments, implementation of interventions, monitoring and evaluation, and health services. In higher education, I have an interest in research on health professions education, student support, and quality enhancement.