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Tewodros Getachew Hailemariam

School of Public Health, Wolaita Sodo University, Ethiopia

Tewodros Getachew Hailemariam

Tewodros Getachew Hailemariam, BSc, MPH
Assistant Professor, School of Public Health, Wolaita Sodo University, Ethiopia
Director for University Industry Linkage and Technology Transfer Directorate, Wolaita Sodo University

Tewodros Getachew Hailemariam is an assistant professor and researcher in Wolaita Sodo University. He has experience in teaching, research and consultancy on public health issues in Ethiopia. His career started as an academic in 2007 and since then he has served in different capacities in the same university. His experience includes developing, organizing and delivering undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses in public health, including Research Methods, Qualitative Methods in Health System Research, Epidemiology, Bio-statistics, Health Education & Environmental Health.

Apart from his academic role in the university, he has also engaged in a number of research projects as principal investigator and consultant. His research experiences were in the area of HIV/AIDS (discordant couples & risky behavior), Maternal & newborn (prevention of postpartum hemorrhage), Maternal & Child nutrition (Infant and Young Child feeding practice) and Non-communicable diseases. Currently, Tewodros is assigned as a Director for University-Industry Linkage and Technology Transfer Directorate, WSU.


  • Negash C, Whiting SJ, Henry CJ, Belachew T, Hailemariam TG. Association between Maternal and Child Nutritional Status in Hula, Rural Southern Ethiopia: A Cross Sectional Study. PLoS One.10(11):e0142301. PMCID: 4654505.
  • Hailemariam TG, Tesfaye T, Melese T, Alemayehu W, Kenore Y, Lelamo Y, et al. Sexual experiences and emergency contraceptive use among female university students: a cross-sectional study at Wachamo University, Ethiopia. BMC Res Notes.8:112. PMCID: 4381372.
  • Hailemariam TG, Kassie GM, Sisay MM. Sexual life and fertility desire in long-term HIV serodiscordant couples in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: a grounded theory study. BMC Public Health.12:900. PMCID: 3497866.
  • Spangler SA, Gobezayehu AG, Hailemariam TG, Sibley LM. Interpretation of national policy regarding community-based use of misoprostol for postpartum hemorrhage prevention in Ethiopia: a tale of two regions. J Midwifery Womens Health.59 Suppl 1:S83-90.