Dr. Andrew Ocero
Dr. Ocero is a Ph.D. Commonwealth Scholar in Health Policy and Systems Research from the University of Liverpool. He has a Master in Public Health and Internal Medicine. He worked as a specialist physician at Lira Regional Referral Hospital where he opened the first hospital-based palliative care unit in 1999. He later worked as an HIV Senior Lecturer at Uganda Christian University before joining the USAID Defeat TB Project as Deputy Chief of Party and supports Uganda’s National TB program. Dr. Ocero has served as an Executive Board Member for the Uganda Society of Health Scientists and PCAU. He has long experience in private practice and he set up the first community radio in Northern Uganda.