- Clinical Assistant Professor, Global Health
- President, Health Tanzania Foundation
Anglican Diocese of Dar es Salaam
Select from the following:
M.D. McGill U, M.P.H. Johns Hopkins U Boarded Internal Medicine. Clin. Assist. Prof. Global Health, U. of Washington S. Public Health; Clin. Assist. Prof. Medicine, Wisconsin College of Medicine. Community, public health leader 30 years: U.S and global. Led large community health system, Cleveland. Director Prevention Div., Seattle-King County Depart. Public Health. Other community health leadership, clinical roles. Internationally, partnered to create Ugandan District Health Management Manuel, and. an Ethiopian Reproductive Health Manuel
Since 2005 partnering with Tanzania creating community, clinical programs. Developed health program, Anglican Diocese of Dar. Created SEET (Multifaith-Local Community-Government NGO) 2016-present. Created 1st comprehensive Tanzanian regional plan-maternal and newborn deaths. President, Health Tanzania Foundation, since 2012.
Now: Regional Interfaith-Government Partnership: Improve health marginalized, poor, isolated. Initial projects:1. Partnership district hospital; 2. Maternal-newborn death; 3. Alcohol/drug- violence AIDS-community mobilization + 12 step program; 4. Widows/orphans; Malaria reduction; 5, Developing Family Medicine.
- MD (McGill University (Canada))
- MPH (Johns Hopkins University)
- BA (Johns Hopkins University)
- Child and Adolescent Health (incl. Pediatrics)
- Child Mortality
- Chronic Disease (incl. Cardiovascular, Diabetes)
- Clinical Mentoring
- Community Health Workers
- Community-Based Participatory Research
- Community-Based Primary Health Care
- Education and Training
- Emergency Medicine
- Family Planning
- Health Systems Strengthening and Human Resources Development
- Infectious Diseases
- Injury, Violence, Trauma and Domestic Violence
- Maternal Child Health (incl. Reproductive Health)
- Maternal Mortality
- Mental Health
- Social Determinants of Health
International Health; Community Health Development in Tanzania
Community Health Systems, Interfaith-Government Partnership, Maternal and Newborn Death Reduction, Community Substance Abuse Systems.
- Comprehensive Malaria reduction in isolated communities
- Developing a Regional Interfaith Government Partnership
- Developing Family Medicine in Tanzania
- Emergency Response System: Tanzania
- Khaki grant for Interfaith-Government partnership and funded Tanzanian interfaith NGO, Faith in Action
- Orphan-Widow-Volunteer based program
- Proof of concept for disposable clean birth packs with misoprostol with without community mobilization
- Ukombozi Program: Tanzania
H. Ziegler, M. Kampf, & A. Ziegler. (2nd Ed 2015). Feelings, Communication, and Conflict Manual: A Self-Help Manual for Community Residents and Patients.
P. Ziegler, H. Anyango, & H. Ziegler. (1997). The need for leadership and management training for community nurses: Results of Ugandan district Health nurse survey. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 14(2), 130-140.
A. Graham, N. Graham, A. Sowell, & H. Ziegler. (1997). Miracle Village: A recovery community for addicted women and their children in public housing. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 14(3).
Major contributor to: G. Bukenya & P. Ziegler (eds.). (1997). Manual of District Health Management for Uganda. Santa Barbara, CA: Fithian Press.
W. K. Mariam, S. Yousef, T. Alemu, A. K. Mariam, H. Ziegler, M. Brady, P. Ziegler, & L. Post. (1994). Reproductive Health: A Family Planning Training Manual for Health Professionals in Ethiopia. UNFPA and Ministry of Health of Ethiopia.