Carolyn Kavita Tauro
Carolyn Tauro is a Doctoral Research Fellow with the Information Systems Research group, with work experience on medical content and configuration on the DHIS2 software, developed by the Health Information Systems Programme (HISP). She is a medical doctor and a public health professional with experience in infectious diseases, neglected tropical diseases, maternal and child health care, mental health, and health care related to sexual gender based violence, in medical humanitarian and conflict settings.
The focus of her current research is on Health Information Systems within the area of information and communication technology for development (ICT4D). She is working on exploring the ambitions and challenges of person-centered health monitoring and the impact of digitalisation of HIS on key populations seeking HIV care, in LMICs. Her previous research work includes childhood pulmonary tuberculosis (TB), TB in slums, adolescent nutrition, adolescent risky behaviour and disaster management.