As a social sciences librarian, I am broadly interested in the use and synthesis of information and data toward the improvement and evaluation of policy, programs and practice. As a former health sciences librarian, I developed expertise in literature searching for systematic reviews and evidence syntheses. I hold a master’s degree in development and international relations, and am involved in research capacity building for evidence synthesis in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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