Andrew Boulle is a Public Health Medicine specialist with the Western Cape Provincial Department of Health and Professor of Public Health Medicine at the University of Cape Town. His research has predominantly addressed operational and clinical questions related to HIV service provision, often through analyses of HIV cohorts or population-based analyses. A further focus is context-appropriate information systems development in health care and the use and harmonisation of person-level health data for service and patient benefit. He currently provides oversight for the Provincial Health Data Centre in the Provincial Department of Health and leads the African Health Information Exchange consortium which brings together organisations working on interoperability and technical solutions in support of services for HIV and tuberculosis.
Centre for Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Research (CIDER)
Wellcome Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Africa (CIDRI-Africa)
Health Intelligence Initiative (HII)
Public Health Medicine specialist training
MBChB - Public Health undergraduate teaching semesters 3 and 4
MPH - Infectious Disease Epidemiology
PhD, MMed and MPH supervision