Janice Desire Busingye

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Janice D. Busingye
Nationality Ugandan
Citizenship Uganda
Alma mater Makerere University
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University of KwaZulu-Natal
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Occupation Educator, Academic, University administrator/Secretary
Years active 2000 – present
Known for Administrative leadership
Title Deputy Vice Chancellor (Finance and Administration/Secretary)
Kampala International University, Uganda.

Janice D. Busingye is a Ugandan Educator, and the current Deputy Vice Chancellor (Finance and Administration/University Secretary) for Kampala International University Uganda.[1]

Education

Busingye holds a doctorate in Education and a Master of Education majoring in Adult & Community in Education both from the University of KwaZulu Natal in South Africa.[2] And obtained her bachelor's degree in Adult & Community Education from Makerere University Uganda.[3]

Career

Dr. Janice D. Busingye is the current Deputy Vice Chancellor (Finance and Administration/University Secretary) and senior Lecturer at Kampala International University Uganda.[4] Her career experience started in 2000 as a student Tutor at the University of KwaZulu Natal, school of community Development. In 2002 to 2006 was a Teaching Assistant at Makerere University Department of Adult & Community Education.[5] Busingye Became an assistant lecturer in 2006 at Makerere University, Department of Adult Education and communication studies until 2012. in 2012 to 2015 went on to become a lecturer under the same Department.[6]

Publications

Tutu, R. A., Boateng, J., Ameyaw, E.E., & Busingye, J. D. (2018). "Togetherness in Difference" : Perceived Personal Discrimination and Acculturation Preferences among Internal Migrants in a poor Urban Community in Accura. Journal of Asian and African Studies. [7]

Gupta,S., Tutu, R. A., Boateng, J., Busingye, J. D., & Elavarthi, S. (2018). Self-reported functional, communicative, and critical health literacy on foodborne diseases in Accra, Ghana. Tropical medicine and health.[8]

Examining health literacy on Cholera in an endemic community in Accra, Ghana: a cross-sectional study. Tropical medicine and health.[9]

Tutu, R. A., Gupta, S., Elavarthi, S., Busingye, J. D., & Boateng, J. K. (2019). Exploring the development of a household Cholera-focused health literacy scale in James Town, Accura. Journal of infection and public health.[10]

Tutu, R. A., Boateng, J. K., Busingye, J. D., & Ameyaw, E. (2017). Asymmetry in an uneven place: migrants' lifestyles, social capital, and self-rated health status in James Town, Accura. GeoJournal.[11]

Tutu, R. A., Boateng, J., Ameyaw, E. E., & Busingye, J. D. (2017). Acculturation inclinations and subjective health status of internal migrants in James Town, an urban slum settement in Accura. Journal of Population Research.[12]

Busingye, J. D. & Najjuma, R. (2015) Do learning and teaching materials influence learning outcomes amidst high enrollments? Lessons from Uganda's Universal. Primary Education. African Education Review, UNISA, Johannesburg.[13]

Busingye J. D. & Keim w. (2010) "The political battlefield: negotiating space to protect indigenous and traditional knowledge under capitalism", International Social Science Journal.[14]

References

  1. Linkedin. "Assoc. Prof. Janice D. Busingye". ug.linkedin.com. https://ug.linkedin.com/in/assoc-prof-janice-d-busingye-39b43279. Retrieved March 17, 2020. 
  2. KIU. "Executives". kiu.ac.ug. https://kiu.ac.ug/executives-page.php?i=executives-assoc-prof-janice-busingye-deputy-vice-chancellor-finance-and-administration. Retrieved March 17, 2020. 
  3. College of Education and External Studies (19 June 2014). "Congratulations Dr. Janice D. Busingye". cees.mak.ac.ug. http://cees.mak.ac.ug/news/congratulations-dr-janice-d-busingye. Retrieved March 17, 2020. 
  4. KIU. "Executives". kiu.ac.ug. https://kiu.ac.ug/executives-page.php?i=executives-assoc-prof-janice-busingye-deputy-vice-chancellor-finance-and-administration. Retrieved March 17, 2020. 
  5. KIU. "Staff Profile". kiu.ac.ug. https://kiu.ac.ug/staff.php?i=419&sn=janice-busingye. Retrieved March 17, 2020. 
  6. KIU. "Executives". kiu.ac.ug. https://kiu.ac.ug/executives-page.php?i=executives-assoc-prof-janice-busingye-deputy-vice-chancellor-finance-and-administration. Retrieved March 17, 2020. 
  7. Tutu, R. A; Boateng, J; Ameyaw, E. E; Busingye, J. D (2018). ""Togetherness in Difference": Perceived Personal Discrimination and Acculturation Preferences among Internal Migrants in a Poor Urban Community in Accra". Research 53 (March 1, 2018): 297–313. Template:Citation error. 
  8. Gupta, S; Tutu, R. A; Boateng, J; Busingye, J. D (2018). "Self-reported functional, communicative, and critical health literacy on foodborne diseases in Accra, Ghana". Tropical Medicine and Health 46: 10. Template:Citation error. PMID 29785169. 
  9. Tutu, R.A; Gupta, S; Busingye, J.D (2019). "Examining health literacy on cholera in an endemic community in Accra, Ghana: a cross-sectional study". Tropical Medicine and Health 47 (8 May 2019): 31. Template:Citation error. PMC 6505130. PMID 31086499. //www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6505130/. 
  10. Tutu, R.A; Gupta, S; Elavarthi, S; Boateng, J; Busingye, J.D (2019). "Exploring the development of a household cholera-focused health literacy scale in James Town, Accra". Infection and Public Health 12 (1): 62–69. Template:Citation error. PMID 30219358. 
  11. Tutu, R.A; Boateng, J; Busingye, J.D; Ameyaw, E.E (14 May 2016). "Asymmetry in an uneven place: migrants' lifestyles, social capital, and self-rated health status in James Town, Accra". Research 82 (October 2017): 907–921. Template:Citation error. 
  12. Tutu, R.A; Boateng, J; Ameyaw, E.E; Busingye, J.D (27 December 2016). "Acculturation inclinations and subjective health status of internal migrants in James Town, an urban slum settlement in Accra". Population Research 34 (June 2017): 165–183. Template:Citation error. 
  13. Busingye, J.D; Najjuma, R (27 Jul 2015). "Do learning and teaching materials influence learning outcomes amidst high enrolments? Lessons from Uganda's Universal. Primary Education. African Education". Africa Education Review 12 (2015): 109–126. Template:Citation error. 
  14. Busingye, J.D; Keim, W (2009). "The political battlefield: negotiating space to protect indigenous and traditional knowledge under capitalism". International Social Science 60 (195): 37–54. Template:Citation error.