Julia RoyallGlobal Health Information Specialist: Washington, DC and Boston
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.
This compilation of interprofessional informatics definitions was prepared by Marion J. Ball, EdD. and others for the Technology Informatics Guiding Education Reform (TIGER) Committee of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). TIGER...read more
This brief presentation from February 2014 looks at some of the reasons bednets go unused in areas affected by malaria. Why people don’t use bednets – jr...read more
Julia attended the book launch at University of Winchester for longtime colleague Maria Musoke’s book Informed and Healthy, just published by Elsevier. The event was sponsored by Partnerships in Health Information (Phi), formerly SatelLife UK (click for...read more