My name is Ngadiuba Alina, I am a public health researcher. I spent most of my childhood in Nigeria before I relocated to Romania at the age of 17. I founded Health Strategies Reform as a healthcare blog where I published my research projects, I conducted during my first semester as a bachelor’s student in Cluj School of Public Health, University of Babes Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The purpose of my blog was “to give the public access to health-related research articles”. I obtained my first research certificate from an International Conference in Cluj Napoca Romania called ICONIC, for research project on Unintentional Injuries Among Children in Romania and I received my second research certificate from developing and conducting a pilot study on "Micro Performance Appraisal" for McCormick Care Group in London, Ontario, Canada while I was a student at Fanshawe College, in London, Ontario, Canada where I completed my post graduate program in Health Systems Management.
As a registered organization, I offer publication services where I collaborate with healthcare students, organizations and/or practitioners to publish research articles. I also consult student on scientific writing useful for research articles. I am proud to say that I have partnered with a private company Pulse Center for Patient Safety in New York, United States of America.