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Gebremedhin B

Department of Public Health, Africa Medical College, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia


Dr. Gebretekle’s areas of expertise encompass several methodological domains, including health economics, decision modeling, evaluation of public health interventions, health outcome research, epidemiology, and application of qualitative and quantitative methodologies in public health. He led the implementation of pharmacist-led antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) intervention for the first time in Sub-Saharan Africa; and demonstrate the feasibility, impact, and cost-effectiveness of the intervention in a low-resource setting. Following his studies, Ethiopia developed national AMS implementation guidelines and decision has been reached at the ministerial level to cascade the program to 30 hospitals.

Occupational Respiratory Health Symptoms and Associated Factor among Street Sweepers in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Background: Occupational hazards are becoming the major concern for public health. Occupational health awareness in Ethiopia not well informed. And this resulted in extensively high prevalence of occupational respiratory symptoms. This research is aiming to assess occupational respiratory health symptoms and associated factors among street sweepers... Read More»

Mulugeta Tamene A, Gebremeskel Hidat, Teklehaimanot M and Gebremedhin B

Research Article: Occup Med Health Aff 2017, 5:262

DOI: 10.4172/2329-6879.1000262

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