Venue: Kabira County Club Date: Nov 18-19, 2011
THEME: "Promoting Child Health in Sub Saharan Africa"
A. PEADIATRIC HIV
C. CHILD SURVIVAL STRATEGIES
D. CASE REPORTS OF COMMON CHILDHOOD ILLNESSES
E. CHILD HEALTH POLICY AND SOCI0-ECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF CHILD HEALTH
F. OTHER PEADIATRIC CHALLENGES
You are hereby invited to submit your manuscript/ abstract for the above conference.
Deadline: Nov 14, 2011
submit to: Ismael Kawooya (MBChB V)
Chair, Scientific Read More
All students are hereby informed that fees amounting to UG.SHS20,000 (twenty thousand shillings) were introduced with effect from this academic year 2011/2012 payable to the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE). The purpose of this communication is to advise students to pay these fees to the NCHE Account, details of which may be found in these Details.
The Office of the Academic Registrar Makerere University has released the programme for taking ID-Photos for First Year students, as well as ID renewal for Continuing studentsThe exercise will run from Monday 31st October to Friday 25th November 2011 and will beheld at the ID Section, Ground Floor, Senate Building, Makerere University. Details are here
Makerere University School of Public Health (MUSPH) in collaboration with Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are undertaking a project to establish strong surveillance systems for Most-at-Risk Populations (MARPS) for HIV/AIDS particularly in ´¼ü shing communities in Uganda. The project based at Makerere University School of Public Health now invites applications for the positions of Project Manager and Administrative Assistant. Find details in the attachment.
The Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics under the School of Biomedical Sciences has introduced two new short courses.┬á
The Rational pharmaceutical management course; This is an evening course tailored for participants with scientific background but with no prior┬á training in pharmaceutical sciences but are interested in working in the pharmaceutical sector. This 10 weeks course is run twice a year.
The advanced pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamics course: This is an advanced suitable for graduate students and senior professionals. The course is run once a year Read More
A two-week Clinical pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics research course focusing on HIV/AIDS antimalarial drug therapy has opened at the College of Health Sciences. The course has participants from Uganda and Sweden.┬á
Speaking at the opening ceremony, the Head of the Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics Associate Professor Paul Waako, said that the Makerere University-Karolinska Institutet collaboration is expanding to other directions other than PhD studies.
The Dean, School of Biomedical Sciences, Associate Professor Charles Ibingira said the school is trying Read More
Infectious diseases such as HIV, tuberculosis and malaria are endemic in Africa and often require concomitant treatments that may result into subsequent drugÔÇôdrug interactions. Inter-individual variability in the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of drugs used in infectious diseases, as a result of genetic polymorphism, has been reported. Pharmacogenetics of HIV, TB and malaria treatments is inadequately described in the African population. This thesis describes the pharmacogenetic aspects of HIV, TB and malaria treatment focusing on the Ugandan population.
Studies were conducted Read More
The Uganda Cancer Institute yesterday marked a groundbreaking ceremony to start the construction of a threeÔÇÉstorey Uganda Cancer Institute/Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre Clinic and Training Institute. The building will house adult and paediatric exam rooms as well as infectious disease, cancer histopathology and molecular diagnostics laboratories. The groundbreaking ceremony was performed by the Vice President His excellence, Edward Ssekandi who represented the President. In the speech read by Hon. Ssekandi, President Yoweri Museveni noted that death rates due to cancer are notably Read More
The WHO Country Representative/Uganda, Dr. Joaquim Saweka visited the Centre for Tobacco Control in Africa (CTCA) offices to familiarise himself with the Centre before its official launch on November 1st. He congratulated Makerere University College of Health Sciences, School of Public Health (MakSPH) for winning the highly competitive bid to host the African Centre.┬á He urged the Centre staff to start show casing results, create awareness about the Centre and ensure that the Centre benefits all the African countries. The WR pledged WHOÔÇÖs commitment to supporting the Centre to Read More
Below are the highlights of day 3 at the 7th Annual Scientific Conference of the MakCHS. Download the attachment.