Walter Yagos graduated with a Master of Public Administration and Management, Gulu University Uganda. His thesis was based on the investigation of the adoption of ICT in higher institutions of learning by academic staff. Previously Walter graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Library and Information Science (with Botany and Zoology) from Makerere University Uganda. Walter joined Gulu University in April 2003 where he worked as Assistant Librarian and held positions as Head of User Services (2003 – 2005), Head, Technical and Order Division, (2005 – 2006), Head of User Services (2006 – 2008) and Head, Africana and Special Collection (2008 – 2011) before being posted as Head of Medical Library Gulu University (2011 to date). As Medical Librarian, Walter manages all the activities of Gulu University Medical Library. Walter also worked as Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for Training Health Researchers for Vocational Excellence (THRiVE) project in Gulu University, and currently is a member and appointed Vice Secretary for Gulu University Research Ethics Committee (GUREC). He is a PhD student, pursuing PhD in Business and Management of Gulu University. Walter has won several grants for training and research which have resulted to several academic publications. Walter has been a referee for a number of academic journals which include among others Medicine Access @ Point of Care and Academic Journals. Walter’s current research areas include Health Informatics, mHealth, eHealth, Digital Health and Neglected Tropical Diseases.