Ejemai Eboreime is a physician with postgraduate training and expertise in public health, implementation science, and health systems research. He is a PMI certified Project Management Professional (PMP ®) with about 15 years’ progressive experience in global health, health systems strengthening, community and primary health care, and health programme management. Ejemai was one of the pioneer PhD holders in the field of implementation science in Africa, having been awarded a fellowship of the World Health Organization’s Special program in Tropical Disease Research (WHO-TDR).
Ejemai has published over 45 peer-reviewed papers in his field of expertise and is a regular conference speaker at various conferences across the globe. He has worked as a clinician, programme manager, researcher, advisor and consultant at both government and non-governmental organizations in various African and North American countries. He is currently a research associate on global mental health, and implementation science specialist on at the University of Alberta, Canada, as well as an associate editor with the BMC Public Health Journal. He is also a Senior Medical Officer with Nigeria’s National Primary Health Care Development Agency.
Ejemai is a member of Health Systems Global’s Translating Evidence to Action Thematic Working Group, as well as several other global implementation science and health systems networks such as the Global Implementation Society (GIS), the Society for Implementation Research Collaboration and the Nigeria Implementation Science Alliance. He served as co-chair of the West African Network of Emerging Leaders in Health Policy and Systems (WANEL) up until May 2020.