Moshi, Haleluya

Moshi, Haleluya
Dr. Haleluya Moshi is a senior physiotherapist with 12 years experience of offering rehabilitation  services to persons with traumatic spinal cord injury at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre - Tanzania. He is also a lecturer at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College - Tanzania. His is interested in disability prevention and rehabilitation in resource constrained areas, particularly rural Africa. In his Masters degree (University of the Western cape - South Africa) and PhD (Umea University - Sweden), he looked at causes, clinical outcomes and life of persons with traumatic spinal cord injury in one rural region of Tanzania. He has two published articles and a chapter in a book as below:
1. Moshi H, Sundelin G, Sahlen KG, Sörlin A. Traumatic spinal cord injury in the north-east Tanzania - describing incidence, etiology and clinical outcomes
2. Moshi, H., Sundelin, G., 2. Sahlén, K.-G., Anthea, R. & Sörlin, A. 2018. Coping Resources for Persons with Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury in A Tanzania Rural Area. Global Journal of Health Science, 10, 138-153.
3. Moshi, H. 2018. Physical Trauma and its Consequences in Rural and Semi-Urban Regions of Low and Middle Income Countries. In: CLABORN, D. (ed.) Current Issues in Global Health. Missouri State University: IntechOpen.