Kate Macintyre, PhD
Department of Global Health Systems and Development
Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
1440 Canal Street, Suite 2200
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 988-5185
Fax: (504) 988-3653
Health policy; re-emerging infectious diseases; monitoring and evaluation
- PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- MSPH, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- BA and MA, University of Cambridge, UK
- 2004 Midcareer Professional Award, American Public Health Association/International Section
- 2001-present Reviewer, Vector Ecology Projects, ICIPE (Kenya), ICCDR Project, NIAID, NIH
- 2002-present Advisor to Roll Back Malaria; founder member of Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group for the Working Group on Monitoring and Evaluation for Roll Back Malaria/WHO
- 2003-present Advisor to Stop TB/WHO; member of Working Group on M&E for Tuberculosis
- 2003-present Chair, Board of Directors for Samburu Aid in Africa (SAIDIA), Kenya
- 2003-preent Founding chair, Board of Directors for Samburu Aid in Africa (SAIDIA), USA
- 2004 Technical discussant for Champions for Change Conference, DFID funded CARICOM/UK conference on HIV/AIDS-related stigma and discrimination
Macintyre K, Littrell M, Keating J, Hamainza B, Miller J, Eisele TP. Determinants of hanging and use of ITNs in the context of near universal coverage in Zambia. Health Policy Plan. 2012 Jul;27(4):316-25. doi: 10.1093/heapol/czr042. Epub 2011 Jun 6.
Eisele T, Keating J, Littrell M, Larson D, Macintyre K. 2009. A cross-national comparison of insecticide-treated net household possession and use among children under five years old. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 80: 209-14.
Keating J, Eisele TP, Bennett A, Johnson D, Lafontant C & Macintyre K. 2009. Malaria related knowledge, perceptions and practices in the Artibonite Valley of Haiti: implications for malaria control. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 78(2): 262-269.
Thomas P. Eisele, Kate Macintyre, Josh Yukich, Tewolde Gebremeskel Interpreting household survey data intended to measure insecticide-treated bednet coverage: results from two surveys in Eritrea, Malaria Journal, March 2006.
Kate Macintyre, J Keating, YB.Okbaldt, M Zerom, S Sosler, T Gebremeskel, TP. Eisele, 2006, Rolling out insecticide treated nets in Eritrea: examining the determinants of possession and use in malarious zones during the rainy season, Trop Medicine and International Health, 11, 6 pp 824–33.
Kate Macintyre has more than fifteen years of professional international experience in the areas of program management, health policy, reproductive health (including adolescent reproductive health, maternal health and HIV/AIDS), behavior change programming for infectious diseases including HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, monitoring and evaluation, and survey/sampling methods.
Macintyre has worked in Latin America and Africa, and is currently focused on projects in Eritrea, Kenya and South Africa. Her projects in Kenya and South Africa are looking at interventions to reduce the burden of malaria, implementing HIV/AIDS programs to reduce stigma and discrimination, and measuring the impact of school-based interventions on adolescent reproductive health. She has more than fifteen peer-reviewed publications.
Macintyre worked on the Evaluation Project from 1993 through 1996 with Professor Bilsborrow from the University of North Carolina, to test the quality and cost of data gathered using rapid assessment surveys for family planning evaluation in Ecuador. She has also been intensively working for the past two years on the MEASURE Evaluation Project, focusing on malaria and tuberculosis measurement issues for monitoring and evaluation. Macintyre has also been advising and supporting the development of a multidisciplinary doctoral training program for the National Cuban School for Public Health in Havana. Macintyre received her doctorate from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, in Health Policy and Administration.
Level of Instruction:
graduate and undergraduate
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