Gabrielle O’Malley

Gabrielle O’Malley, MA, PHD, is I-TECH’S Director of Implementation Science. Dr. O’Malley has worked as an applied research and evaluation professional for over 25 years. Her experience includes a wide variety of international and domestic programs including child survival, private agricultural enterprise, medical education, community technology, reproductive health, HIV prevention (PrEP), and care and treatment as well as applied research for private industry. Her research interests include innovative practices for program evaluation and improvement, formative research, qualitative methods, and the relationship of gender and health.

Dr. O’Malley received her PhD from UW, an MA from Johns Hopkins University and a BA from Smith College.

Program Highlights

Cervical Cancer Screening, Management and Treatment in Namibia
I-TECH is supporting the MoHSS in the development of the national Cervical Cancer Control Strategy to guide screening and management guidelines, program roll-out, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation. This effort is supported by Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon, an organization addressing cancer burden in low-resource settings and is drawing attention to ...
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Field Epidemiology Training Program in Malawi
The Frontline Field Epidemiology Training Program (Frontline FETP) enhances the capacity of HIV and AIDS surveillance and strengthens health systems. The program contributes to a sustainable response to HIV by training health professionals in basic field epidemiology that can support responsiveness to HIV surveillance needs.  ...
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Site-level Data Improvement and Use in Namibia
I-TECH continues to focus efforts on the improvement of data quality and use of data to improve clinical decision making. I-TECH works at the site level to build awareness and buy-in for data quality and use among site-level management and health care workers ...
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Support for Pediatric HIV Care and Treatment in Namibia
I-TECH works to strengthen the quality of pediatric HIV care and treatment in Namibia through the development of a “model” pediatric HIV clinic, and supporting decentralization of quality pediatric care to other facilities. In collaboration with the MoHSS, I-TECH developed an innovative, structured, culturally-relevant intervention to help guide health care ...
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