Andre Paul Carrenard, MD, MPH, is currently the executive director for the Institut Haitien de Sante Communautaire (INHSAC) located in Petionville, Haiti. Dr. Carrenard has worked at the intersection of the fields of epidemiology, health services, and teaching since 1978. His interests include the development and execution of methods to evaluate and improve the utility of public health surveillance systems for public health monitoring and evaluation of quality of care through improved system design and data quality. Most recently, Dr. Carrenard has worked with the International Training and Education Center for Health on an effort to conduct a thorough system description and initial assessment of data quality of the Haitian HIV electronic medical record system (iSanté). Dr. Carrenard received his doctor of medicine from the Faculté de Médecin et de Pharmacie at the Universite d’Etat d’Haiti, Port-au-Prince, Haiti and a master of public health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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