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Mr. Aman Golge, Knowledge, Best Researcher Award

Aman Golge at Madda Walabu University, Ethiopia

Mr. Aman Golge is a highly accomplished healthcare professional with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Mettu University and a Master’s degree in Adult Health Nursing from Addis Ababa University, College of Health Science. He has extensive experience in data collection, supervision, and research in various healthcare projects, specializing in mental health, psychosocial impact, perinatal care, and infectious disease control. Mr. Golge is proficient in English, Amharic, and Afan Oromo, with advanced computer skills and a strong commitment to community service.



Bachelor of Science in Nursing

  • Institution: Mettu University
  • Start Date: 2005 EC
  • End Date: 2008 EC
  • Graduation Date: June 2015 G.C
  • GPA: 3.95

Master of Science in Adult Health Nursing

  • Institution: Addis Ababa University, College of Health Science
  • Start Date: 2010 EC
  • End Date: 2011 EC
  • Graduation Date: July 6, 2019
  • CGPA: 3.86 (with Very Good for thesis)

Professional Experience:

Mr. Aman Golge has a robust and diverse professional background in the healthcare sector, with a focus on nursing and healthcare research. He has gained extensive experience through various roles and responsibilities, showcasing his expertise and dedication to improving healthcare outcomes. His professional journey includes active involvement in data collection and supervision for healthcare projects, such as WASH outcome surveys, TB elimination programs, and research on mental health and infectious diseases. Additionally, he has provided consultancy services to organizations like Brhan Consultancy PLC and Management Sciences for Health (MSH), contributing his technical expertise to healthcare interventions. As a research assistant at institutions like AHRI and EPHI, he has been involved in research projects on topics like psychosocial impacts of COVID-19 and perinatal health. Mr. Golge’s commitment extends to community service, where he has participated in campaigns for TB and trachoma elimination, HPV vaccination, and COVID-19 vaccination drives, reflecting his dedication to public health and community well-being.

Research Interest:

Mr. Aman Golge’s research interests encompass a broad spectrum of topics within the healthcare domain, with a primary focus on mental health, psychosocial impact, and public health interventions. He is particularly interested in exploring the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of communities towards mental illness, as well as studying the psychosocial impact among populations during health crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, his research extends to areas related to perinatal care, including postpartum depression, perinatal suicidal behavior, and the overall well-being of mothers and infants. Mr. Golge is also interested in infectious diseases and their control measures, including vaccination programs and disease prevention strategies. His research aims to contribute valuable insights into healthcare practices, policy development, and community health promotion efforts.

Publication Top Noted:

Implementation of evidence-based practice and its correlates among nurses working in southern Ethiopia

  • Journal: International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences
  • Date: 2024
  • Volume: 20
  • DOI: Not provided
  • Contributors: Golge, A.M.; Ayana, K.L.; Bekuru, A.Y.; Haso, T.K.; Kumsa, K.

Late postpartum depression and associated factors: community-based cross-sectional study

  • Journal: BMC Women’s Health
  • Date: 2023
  • Volume: 23
  • Issue: 1
  • DOI: Not provided
  • Contributors: Wedajo, L.F.; Alemu, S.S.; Jarso, M.H.; Golge, A.M.; Dirirsa, D.E.
Aman Golge | Knowledge | Best Researcher Award

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