Anna GALLE is a Midwife with a Master Degree in Health Promotion and postgraduate in Conflict and Diplomacy. She worked as a midwife and health coordinator in Central African Republic, Rwanda, Mali and Guatemala and has experience in training of health care providers and traditional birth attendants. Currently Anna is working as a PhD student on a research project aimed at examining the role of men during pregnancy in Mozambique, and at exploring ways in which positive male involvement can contribute to better overall health outcomes of the family. Please don't hesitate to contact Anna (email@example.com) for more information, collaborations, materials or any other question.
Publications: Galle A, Vermandere H, Griffin S, de Melo M, Machaieie L, Van Braeckel D, Degomme O. Quality of care in family planning services in rural Mozambique with a focus on long acting reversible contraceptives: a cross-sectional survey. . BMC women's health, 18, 201. A1 publication, Impactfactor 1.5
Galle, A., Van Parys, A. S., Roelens, K., & Keygnaert, I. (2015). Expectations and satisfaction with antenatal care among pregnant women with a focus on vulnerable groups: a descriptive study in Ghent. BMC women's health, 15(1), 112. A1 publication, Impactfactor 1.5
Van Parys, A. S., Deschepper, E., Michielsen, K., Galle, A., Roelens, K., Temmerman, M., & Verstraelen, H. (2015). Intimate partner violence and psychosocial health, a cross-sectional study in a pregnant population. BMC pregnancy and childbirth, 15(1), 278. A1 publication, Impactfactor 2.15
Vermandere H, Galle A, Griffin S, de Melo M, Machaieie L, Van Braeckel D, et al. The impact of facility audits, evaluation reports and incentives on motivation and supply management among family planning service providers: an interventional study in two districts in Maputo Province, Mozambique. BMC Health Services Research (17).2. Impactfactor 1.8.