Public Health Sciences
Addis Continental Institute of Public Health
Tigest Shiferaw is a public health expert at Addis Continental Institute of Public Health. She trained clinical nursing (2007), Administrative service management and Technology system (2008) and public health from diploma to master’s level (2011) respectively. She has the responsibilities to do the following tasks; coordinate assigned research project, participate in research projects as appropriate, prepare teaching materials, ensure the project staffs are doing their tasks properly and timely, ensure that projects are going according to agreement: technically, financially, and time wise, produce regular report on the status of the project and ensure quality in every aspect of project implementation. Tigest has participated in numerous research projects in the area of maternal and child health, nutrition, malaria and other public health issues. She is a member of Ethiopian Public Health association.
Children who received PCV-10 vaccine from a two-dose vial without preservative are not more likely to develop injection site abscess compared with those who received pentavalent (DPT-HepB-Hib) vaccine: a longitudinal multi-site study.