Dr Chinedu Anthony Iwu

Job Title: Public Health Physician and Health Care Managment Consultant

Dr Chinedu Anthony Iwu is a Public Health Physician (Infectious Disease Epidemiologist) and Health Care Management Consultant. He is a Fellow of the West African College of Physicians with a Masters’ degree in Business Administration specializing in Health Care Management and also a Masters’ degree in Public Health with certifications in Occupational Safety and Health from British Council and Leadership and Management in Health from the University of Washington. He has authored over 50 Original Research Publications in International Journals.

He has served professionally as Trainer/Facilitator for World Health Organization (WHO) in the area of Infection, Prevention and Control for Health Care Workers and as an External Reviewer and Evaluator for WHO manuscripts on best practices in polio eradication initiatives and other health interventions in Nigeria. He also has served as a National Supervisor for the Measles Vaccination Campaigns and Medical Administrator of the COVID-19 Isolation and Treatment Centers in Imo State, Nigeria.

In public service, he has served as Executive Assistant to the Governor on Economic Affairs and Imo State Planning and Economic Development Commission, Executive Adviser/Head of due process Imo State Government and also as a Commissioner in Imo State Independent Electoral Commission.

Currently he is a lecturer with the College of Medicine, Imo State University and the Director of Post-graduate Medical Training with Imo State University Teaching Hospital.

This programme is partially supported by an unrestricted medical education grant from Novo Nordisk A/S.