Dr. Mathias Tumwebaze

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Dr. Mathias Tumwebaze
Dr. Mathias Tumwebaze
Senior lecturer

Dr. Mathias Tumwebaze is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Public Health and Biomedical SciencesFaculty of Nursing and Health Sciences at Bishop Stuart University. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health from AIU-Hawai, United States of America, a Master of Health Services Management from Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi, an Advanced Diploma in Community Health from AMREF International Health Training Centre, Nairobi Kenya, and a National Diploma in Clinical Medicine & Community Health from Fort Portal School of Clinical Officers.

Institution Award
AIU-Hawai, United States of America (2008-2010) Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health
Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi (2004-2005) Master of Health Services Management
AMREF International Health Training Centre, Nairobi Kenya (1998) Advanced Diploma in Community Health
Fort Portal School of Clinical Officers (1991-1993) National Diploma Clinical Medicine & Community Health
  1. Evaluation Of The Capacity To Appropriately Diagnose And Treat Malaria At Rural Health Centers In Kabarole District, Western Uganda. Mathias Tumwebaze Medicine,16 May 2011
  2. Prevalence and Risk Factors for Hypertension, Diabetes and Obesity among Lecturers and Support Staff of Bishop Stuart University in Mbarara, Uganda; Jordan AmanyireMathias TumwebazeM. MugishaLabani Waswa Bright Medicine, Open Journal of Applied Sciences,29 March 2019
  3. Ebola a reality of modern Public Health; need for Surveillance, Preparedness and Response Training for Health Workers and other multidisciplinary teams: a case for Uganda; Mathias Tumwebaze in W. BazeyoJames Bagonza, +11 authors E. Rutebemberwa Medicine, The Pan African Medical Journal,23 April 2015
  4. Prevalence and Predisposing Factors of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection among the Boda-Boda Riders in Mbarara Municipality-Uganda  Mathias TumwebazeEmmanuel O. OtiamKakwezi Margaret RukindoJ. Mwesigwa
  5. Strengthening District Health Teams Capacity in Surveillance Systems and Response to Public Health Threats in Western Uganda through Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP): Recent Advances; Mathias TumwebazeAsiimwe SolomonAnna TukahirwaS. Kamukama 6. Medicine Current Topics in Medicine and Medical Research, 3 April 2020
  6. First Hour Initiation of Breast Feeding & Associated Factors, among Mothers at Post Natal Ward in Fort Portal Referral Hospital, Uganda  Mathias Tumwebaze Margaret Rukindo, , Elizabeth Manimake Mijumbi Medicine, Open Journal of Epidemiology,2021
  7. Appraisal of Existing HIV/AIDs Prevention and Control Measures and Presentation of Innovative Strategies to End HIV/AIDS Epidemic by 2030 Mathias TumwebazeJ. RubaihayoMpairwe Harold, Medicine, Journal of Epidemiology July 2023
  8. LEADERSHIP AND THE FUTURE OF UGANDA: ISSUES AND DEVELOPMENT; Mathias Tumwebaze, Political Science, 2010
  9. Current Topics in Medicine and Medical Research Vol. 9; D. Chandrasekaran, Mathias Tumwwebaze, Medicine, 13 November 2020
  10. Promotion of Effective COVID-19 Response Interventions among Health Workforce in Virika Hospital, Kabarole District-Uganda; Mathias TumwebazeLillian Ajuna,  JAndrew Ahimbisibwe Halage Medicine, Political Science, Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, 30 June 2021
  11. Current Topics in Medicine and Medical Research Vol. 13; Book Publisher International https://stm.bookpi.org › CTMMR-V13 › issue › current;  Mathias Tumwebaze, Asiimwe Solomon, Anna Tukahirwa, Saul Kamukama. Current Topics in Medicine and Medical Research Vol. 13, 29 April 2021, Page 116-129
  12. Factors Influencing Adherence to Iron and Folic Acid Supplementation among Pregnant Women attending Antenatal Care in Rubanda District, South Western-Uganda ; Amanyire, Jordan; Tumwebaze, Mathias; Turanzomwe, Stuart (American Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing Practice, 2022)
  13. Factors Associated with the Utilization of Inactivated Polio k https://www.comminit.com › content › factors-associat…Tumwebaze Mathias. Emma Sacks. Publication Date. November 9, 2020. Affiliation: Ministry of Health, Uganda Sanitation Fund
  14. Factors Associated with Treatment Adherence to AntiTb drugs Bishop Stuart University, https://ir.bsu.ac.ug › handle; by T Mathias · 2022 · Cited by 1 — Author. MathiasTumwebaze. Bright Laban, Waswa. PatrickOgwok. Metadata. Show full item record. Abstract. Purpose: To examine factors
  15. Assessment of Knowledge, Attitude and Practices on Use of Emergency Contraception among W omen Seeking Post Abortion Care in Mbarara District Mugumya Cleophus1* , Tumwebaze Mathias2 , Atukunda Gershom2
  16. Low Deliveries in Health Centers of a Resource Poor Country, Uganda: Under-Utilized skilled attendance services at child birth in the nearby Health Centers in Kabarole district Uganda by Tumwebaze Mathias (Paperback – 21 Dec 2009)
  17. Environmental Health Hand Book: A practical guide to Public Health professionals and scholars by Tumwebaze Mathias (Paperback – 8 Mar 2011)
  18. Village  Health  Teams  (VHT’s)  &  the  Attainment  of  Health  MDG’s  in  Uganda:  VHT’s accelerating attainment of Health MDG’s in Kabarole district, Western Uganda by Tumwebaze Mathias (Paperback – 9 Jun 2011
Certificate Details  Institution
Certificate of attendance WHO-AFRO  Border Health Readiness and Response Webinar for Marburg Virus Disease WHO- AFRO, 2023
Certificate; Best Researcher award research award Visakhapatnam, India, Organized by VDGOOD Professional Association, 2022
Certificate, Field Epidemiology Training Program Frontline AFENET/Ministry of Health, 2020
WHO Afro-Certificate of attendance in 3rd  IDSR guidelines Attending all  IDSR Echo Zoom sessions World Health Organization, 2020
Certificate, Field Epidemiology Training Program Frontline AFENET UGANDA FETP, 2020
WHO Afro-Certificate of attendance in 3rd  IDSR guidelines Attending all  IDSR Echo Zoom sessions  WHO, 2020
Certificate  in Vaccines Management & Economics Makerere University, School of Public Health, 2018-2019
Certificate in One Health OCEA- MOH Uganda Ministry of Health Uganda, 2017-2018
Certificate Basic Biostatistics & Epidemiology:: University of Pretoria South Africa, 2013
Advanced Cert Epidemiology & Med statistics: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine- United Kingdom London University, School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine – UK, 2008
Certificate in Management and Leadership- Liverpool Hope University Liverpool Hope University – UK, 2008
Period Organisation
2012-2023 Senior Lecturer, Bishop Stuart University
20005-2022 Lecturer, Mountains of the Moon University
Nov 2000+ District Public Health Surveillance Officer, Kabarole District Health Office
2015+ National Field Trainer, MOH/WHO Uganda
1993-1995 In charge of the Outpatient Department (OPD), Virika Hospital
1996-2001 In-charge Bukuku Health Centre 111 government
2015-2023 Field supervisor and trainer of MPH program, Makerere University SPH
2015-2022 External Examiner MPH research Dissertations, Kampala International University
2014-2018 External Examiner MPH Thesis, Uganda Christian University