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Fernando Rubinstein

Training Manager, The Global Health Network

Fernando is a primary care physician and epidemiologist from Argentina, with a long-standing experience in research and teaching in applied research methods for public health.  

His main research areas of interest are the impact of treatment strategies and social interventions to reduce treatment default rates in patients with Tuberculosis, barriers of access to health care, health services research, applied clinical epidemiology and research methods, causal inference in observational studies, and prevention in primary care. 

He joined The Global Health Network (TGHN) in October 2023 as the training manager of the Teaching, Training and Career Development centre, where he works with the team and regional partners to advance research capacity building activities, developing training plans, tools, resources, and other materials related to clinical research, and plans and delivers workshops and career development events. Fernando also coordinates and provides editorial oversight of the Global Health Training Centre and development of training materials, resources and programmes. 


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