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NIHR Global Health Research Group

Andrew Turiho

Andrew Turiho

Andrew is a Clinical Social Worker who specializes in mental health. He is a Lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry at the College of Health Sciences, Makerere University. He is experienced in teaching Foundations of Behavioral Sciences, Medical Sociology and Anthropology, and Social Psychiatry to medical students at Makerere University. He has also facilitated four annual qualitative research methods training courses for health professionals at Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) under the Mbarara University Research Training Initiative (MURTI). He is experienced in designing and implementing research projects using both survey and qualitative approaches. He has conducted several knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) studies in diverse sub-sectors; social impact assessment of projects as well as baseline, mid-term and end-term evaluation of social intervention programs. 

His main research interests are adolescent health and social impact assessment of development interventions.

Andrew is a research lead for the Family Involvement Intervention of the NIHR Global Health Research Group on developing psycho-social interventions.

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