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Visiting the research group: "Grateful for the support and guidance"

Melkamu Merid Mengesha. Photo.
Melkamu Merid Mengesha at the Faculty of Medicine in Lund.

Introduction to Research Methodology was on the agenda when doctoral student Melkamu Merid Mengesha, from Arba Minch in Ethiopia, visited the research group Child and Family Health in Lund, Sweden.

Tell us about your visit

– I took my first course, "Introduction to Research Methodology", in the research school. I enjoyed the interactive nature of the course, which not only facilitated learning but also provided an excellent platform for networking and the exchange of experiences and research perspectives. In the week before the course dates, I worked on proofreading the transcripts and translations of the qualitative interviews for my second objective in the PhD project.

How did it feel to visit the research group?

– I really enjoyed to gather and interact with my colleagues. It was a very pleasant stay in the welcoming, comfortable and smart working environment of the Faculty. The Christmas atmosphere was also appreciated with Christmas lunch and Lucia celebrations. I am deeply grateful for the hospitality, support and guidance during the visit.

About Melkamu

Melkamu Merid Mengesha is a PhD student in the research group Child and Family Health under the supervision of Cecilia Follin, Inger Kristensson Hallström and Degu Jerene. His research focuses on feasibility and effectiveness evaluation of a digital peer-support-based anti-stigma intervention in improving clinical outcomes among adolescents living with HIV in Ethiopia.

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