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Katherine Kalaris

DPhil Student of Evidence Based Health Care

Education

MPH Population and Family Health, Columbia University 2013

BA Geography modified with Environmental Studies, Dartmouth College 2007

Previous Experience

Senior Manager, Global Maternal Neonatal Health, Clinton Health Access Initiative, 2019-2020

Consultant on Severe Malaria, Global Malaria, Clinton Health Access Initiative, 2019

Country Manager, DR Congo, Clinton Health Access Initiative, 2016-2019

Supply Chain Consultant, Cameroon, UNFPA, 2015

Program Manager, Family Planning, Cameroon, Clinton Health Access Initiative, 2013-2015

Community Health Volunteer, Burkina Faso, Peace Corps, 2007-2009

Thesis

Realist evaluation of networks in LMIC health systems

My thesis focuses on how networks are employed to help solve problems of poor service in LMIC health systems. The first phase, currently ongoing, is a scoping review to develop an understanding of different types of networks and the purposes for which they are used in health systems through the development of an operational typology of networks in health systems. This will lead to a realist review to develop a program theory on purposes and uses of networks in LMIC health systems and subsequently a realist evaluation of a network to refine the program theory, as well as to identify best practices to optimize network scale up.

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