As Makerere University continues to live according to its slogan, “As we build for the future”, it has organized a run dubbed #MakRun2018, to raise money for building a Students’ Centre. Next Sunday, March 25, 2018, will be the day for the ‘Run for Mak, run for fun’ that will cover the distance of 10 and 15 km, starting from the Freedom Square. Participants are required to financially support the run with students paying 15,000shs, while silver and gold tickets cost 25,000shs and 50,000shs respectively. Pick your ticket from the College of Health Sciences Principal’s Office or call Shiba Read More
It was one of those inspirational talks akin to the famous TED Talks, with ideas worth spreading and implementing. The man behind the mic was Prof. Charles Ibingira – the Principal Makerere University College of Health Sciences, his listeners were undergraduate students of Biomedical Engineering, and Physiology Lecture Theatre was the venue.“I appreciate your resilience; being on a new programme in the university comes with challenges, but it’s only when you face the challenges and turn them into opportunities that you will thrive and achieve your vision and mission,” Read More
Together with Makerere University Department of Psychiatry and University of Minnesota Medical School, we invite researchers, clinicians, community health practitioners, and students to attend the Symposium on Trauma, Addiction, and Mental Health. Date: Friday, March 16Time: 9:00am - 5:00pmLocation: MUJHU 2 Conference RoomRegister online The aim of the symposium is to foster connections between academia and intergovernmental organizations tasked with supporting the health and well-being of populations impacted by trauma as it intersects with addiction and mental Read More
BackgroundThe International Health Research Ethics Training (IHRET) program at Makerere University College of Health Sciences aims at producing trainees who will show leadership and significant contribution to improving standards and practice of research ethics to protect the safety and welfare of research participants. The program offers three levels of training which include Masters, Post graduate Diploma and short courses. The short courses include Research Ethics which run for 3-5 days. Research Ethics course is one of the short courses that describes the application of bioethics to Read More
Quality. That’s the word. Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) knows it’s hard if not impossible to influence anyone with lasting impact without quality. That’s why the College’s Quality Assurance team led by Irene Rebecca Namatende recently organized and held a Quality Assurance Induction Workshop that brought together key people from the different departments to develop a roadmap for quality improvement at the College.
Opened by Prof. Moses Joloba who represented the College of Health Sciences Principle Prof. Charles Ibingira, the half-day workshop was organized in Read More
Makerere University College of Health Sciences students’ association (MakCHSA) the umbrella body for all students in the Makerere University College Of Health Sciences is organizing its 4th Annual Dinner combined with its 1st Alumni reunion which is scheduled for 24th March 2018 at Hotel Africana, starting at 6pm. The event is being organized for Staff, Alumni, Partners and Students of MakCHS. It is organized under the theme, “Reconnecting and Reuniting to impact the rebuilding of a great college and the health system of Uganda.”MakCHSA is organizing this event through the Read More
Makerere University School of Public Health within its Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) is organizing an Open Data Kit (ODK) software Training scheduled for 23rd - 25th April 2018. This course is a full time Three-day face to face training with certification on successful completion.
Data collection remains vital in capturing quality evidence in a given time frame that then translates to analytical representations. With different researchers, organizations, professional, Programs and projects collecting data regularly to evaluate and monitor progress and performance, best practices of data Read More
This is to kindly remind you that Makerere University School of Public Health within its Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) is organizing a Good Clinical Practice (GCP) course. This GCP course is a full time two-day face to face training with certification on successful completion, and acknowledged by the Uganda National Council for Science and Technology (UNCST). A basic understanding of GCP is a pre-requisite as well as current and or past involvement in clinical research and clinical trials in Uganda. Target Read More
The fifth intake of the short course in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) at Makerere University School of Public Health will run from 28th May to 20th July 2018.
The course aims at equipping practicing individuals with appropriate attitudes, adequate skills and scientific knowledge for handling and managing duties and technical procedures in WASH. Practicing officers with limited training in WASH, and Environmental Health practitioners who wish to broaden their knowledge and skills as a form of Continuous Professional Development are all encouraged to apply.
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Monday, February 12th, 2018, 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Speke Resort and Conference Center Munyonyo. Room TBA.
The term "Quality Improvement” (QI) is becoming common in health care and research, though often the practice of QI is misunderstood. Through lecture and interactive small group sessions, participants will learn how to perform QI in their own settings and apply QI to NCD care. Participants will also learn how the practice of QI relates to traditional research, implementation research and that in addition to improving outcomes for patients and clinicians, QI can Read More