Julia Royall

Global Health Information Specialist: Washington, DC and Boston

Working with MedlinePlus tutorial on malaria in Mifumi village, Uganda

Network of African Medical Librarians at Secretariat, based at Kenyatta University

Editing with Tony Ngunjiri, cinematographer

Sara Mbaga, medical librarian, conducts workshop at Makerere University, Uganda

On tour with the Minister of Health in Sofala Province, Mozambique

“Refugiados” art from Mozambique

Women at the well in Gulu, Northern Uganda

Julia Royall
Julia Royall is a global health information specialist with 25 years of experience in Africa. She is committed to bringing together health information, the arts, and technology with partners, projects, and funding, using a variety of media. She has developed a successful methodology that moves project leadership to the local level, enabling in-country librarians, journal editors, physicians, health workers, researchers, and medical students to determine how information projects are developed and used.

Julia Royall brings together her many partners and longtime experience of working in Africa to create unique programs in support of public health.

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Latest Posts

Constituency for Africa Forum

On February 6, 2015 the Constituency for Africa hosted a forum, “Identifying Gaps in Healthcare Infrastructure & Systems in Africa: Time to Act,” at the African Union Mission in Washington, DC. In this video Julia Royall presents the thoughts of Prof.... read more

A Decade of Success for the AJPP

The AJPP is now flourishing after a decade of partnerships. This article by Ylann Schemm on ElsevierConnect provides an excellent overview of the program’s impact in dramatically increasing African research published in medical journals and databases. It... read more

Working with Medical Students in Uganda

Presentation telling the story of Ugandan medical students’ creation of MedlinePlus African tutorials, “information intervention” at the village level and research on actual use of bednets.

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