Kay Wotton has been active in global and rural health for nearly 50 years.  A community medicine specialist with a Master’s in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University, she worked in northern Manitoba, the Keewatin, and Labrador for fifteen years. She has assisted as a clinician, educator, partner, and mentor with AMREF as a Medical Training Officer rehabilitating Ugandan training schools post war; with McGill in Ethiopia introducing MPH training for physicians; in Kenya developed training for the first syndromic treatment for sexually transmitted infections with the University of Manitoba; and in Malaysia assisted in MPH training. Since 2001 she has spent 2-4 months each year at Mbarara University in Uganda assisting in developing training for community health workers, district teams, students, and faculty.

Community Health,
Environmental Health & Climate Change