James White

James White

HIV/AIDS and Clinical Advisor

About James White 

James White is the HIV/AIDS and Clinical Advisor for the SHOPS Plus project supporting both core and field programs. He is a registered pediatric nurse and clinical service delivery specialist with over 15 years of experience in delivering HIV and AIDS, maternal and child health, and social welfare programs in resource-constrained environments.  His background includes clinical pediatric and infectious disease nursing, refugee healthcare, harm reduction and street health, global health and development, and private-public partnership for health.  He has experience working on multiple USAID, CIDA (now Global Affairs Canada), and DFID-funded global health programs. White holds a BS in nursing and a BA from Queen’s University Canada, and an MS in international development from the London School of Economics. He is currently pursuing a PhD in nursing and urban public health from the University of Toronto.

Expertise 

Pediatric nursing, HIV and AIDS, service delivery and health systems, infectious disease, PPP for health 

Country Experience

Côte d’Ivoire, Guatemala, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Mexico, Nepal, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe

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