College of Humanities and Sciences
University of Montana
Tibeb Zena is a lecturer at Department of Clinical Midwifery, School of Midwifery at University of Gondar. She received Bachelor and master’s degree from University of Gondar. She has been working at university of Gondar since 2013 in different academic ranks. She has a passion for teaching, research and community work.
She is currently teaching obstetrics and gynecologic courses. Her research is on maternal and child health, quality of maternal health care, and utilization of maternal health care services. She would like to pursue her PhD abroad on areas related to maternal and child health with a special interest in rehabilitation sciences.
Dr. Jennifer Jeffrey Bell is the Director of Clinical Education and Clinical Assistant Professor in the School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science at the University of Montana. She joined UM in 2013 and has been engaged with PT education as well as interprofessional education across campus. She developed the interprofessional Graduate Certificate in Rural Health Leadership which aims to develop future leaders who will address rural health disparities across Montana.
Dr. Bell teaches several courses in clinical medicine, musculoskeletal patient management, global health and serves on the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency faculty. She engages rural, urban, domestic and international clinical sites to facilitate experiential learning opportunities for PT students. Dr. Bell’s research interest involved global health, clinical education and interprofessional learning experiences.