Dr. Colin Plover is a post-doctoral researcher and a fellow at the Center for Public Health Initiatives. Dr. Plover’s dissertation research focused on better understanding how charge nurses in adult medical-surgical settings organize the delivery of nurse-patient care through the development of the nurse-patient assignment. His research interests include the optimization of health system operation through the investigation of associations between the work environment and outcomes.

Selected Publications

Mbalinda, S. N., Plover, C. M., Burnham, G., Kaye, D., Mwanika, A., Oria, H., … & Groves, S. (2011). Assessing community perspectives of the community based education and service model at Makerere University, Uganda: A qualitative evaluation. BMC International Health and Human Rights11(1), 1