Challenges Facing Successful Scaling Up of Effective Screening for Cardiovascular Disease by Community Health Workers in Mexico and South Africa: Policy Implications
Department of Global Health Systems and Development Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Nancy Mock currently serves as the director of the Tulane Center for International Resource Development, and is a tenured associate professor in the department at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. As center director, she is responsible for the development and management of international projects valued at over 4.5 million dollars annually. She has nearly twenty years of international experience in health sector program design and research. Current projects include: a) the Support for Analysis and Research in Africa (SARA) Project, this project is designed to improve the gathering, generation, synthesis and dissemination of information about common health problems and emerging social issues in Africa in an effort to improve the efficiency of the health and social sectors, and b) Complex Emergency Response and Transition Initiative (CERTI), a crisis coordination project that aims to prevent and mitigate conflict, improve timely and appropriate response, and offers support to populations affected by conflict in transition. In addition, she is currently involved in the development of a school of public health in Rwanda. Mock has field experience in all major geographic regions of the developing world, is fluent in French and competent in Spanish.
Complex emergencies and disasters management; program evaluation; managing the development process Rose, D., Chotard, S., Oliveira, L., Mock, N., & Limbombo, M. (2008). A comparative evaluation of dietary indicators used in food consumption assessments of at-risk populations. Food and Nutrition Bulletin, 29(2), 113-122. Bhuiyan, A. R., Chen, W., Srinivasan, S. R., Rice, J., Mock, N., Tang, R., et al. (2008). Interaction of C825T polymorphism of G-protein Ã