Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development (AIGHD) Uganda in collaboration with Makerere University College of Health Sciences within its Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) is organizing an Open Data Kit (ODK) software Training. This course is a full time Four-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 Read More
Training curriculumTraining objectivesOverall objectiveThe training intends to build the capacity of the Medicine Management Supervisors (MMS) to effectively supervise medicines management and effectively motivate and change the behavior of health workers.Specific objectivesSpecifically, the objectives of the training are to provide MMS with skills and attitudes relevant to;Effectively supervise health care workers to improve medicine managementCreatively develop and implement tailored interventionsDevelop realistic performance improvement plans with health facility workers.Motivate and Read More
The Makerere University Council at its 139th meeting held on 11th April 2017 approved the transfer of management of the University Hospital to Makerere University College of Health Sciences effective 1st July 2017.
The College Administration Board has put in place an Interim Board chaired by Prof. Moses Kamya; Dean of the School of Medicine to oversee the operationalization of the management of the Hospital. The Board has wide representation of the key stakeholders as well as a lawyer and a financial management expert.
Makerere University College of Health Sciences is on course to create a Read More
Alliance for Global Health and Science (Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases) and Makerere University are organizing several capacity-building Summer Workshops from July 24th to August 4th, 2017. The workshops include different topics such as bioinformatics, tissue culture, protein purification, TB genetics and grant writing.
The Scientific Grant Writing Workshop is taking place form July 24th to 28th and was organized in conjunction with Sustainable Sciences Institute (SSI) whose mission is to support scientist and public health communities globally. The grant workshop is being Read More
Presentation title: Implementation of Xpert MTB/RIF testing for tuberculosis in Uganda: Successes and challengesPresenter: Dr. Adithya Cattamanchi Associate Professor of Medicine University of California, San FranciscoChair: Dr. Achilles Katamba Read More
On 18th ┬áJuly 2017 a team from Mt. Kenya University (Thika and Kigali) led by the Dean- School of Public Health Dr. John G. Kariuki visited the College of Health Sciences to discuss the One hundred thousand US dollars (100,000USD) grant pledged by the Chairman/Founder of Mount Kenya University. The Chairman pledged the grant during a dinner he hosted for Makerere University College of health sciences on 26th May 2017.
The Teams; Makerere led by Prof. Harriet Mayanja ┬áconferred on signing the Memorandum of Understanding among several topics of discussion and stressed the fact that this Read More
Makerere University College of Health Sciences, School of Biomedical Sciences, Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics announces the Rational Pharmaceutical Promotion Evening Course (RPPC)Eligible applicants Participants in this course will include persons involved or who intend to join pharmaceutical sales promotion in Uganda. Specifically Pharmaceutical Sales representatives, pharmaceutical company managers and any other health workers interested in medicines sales. Minimum entry requirement to the course is a medical or Science Degree. Participant who holds medical Read More
The 17th World Conference on Tobacco or Health (WCTOH) is able to offer a number of free registrations to community volunteers or individuals affected by lung disease. Individuals from low- and middle-income countries will be given priority, as will those who are presenting at the conference, including those presenting in the community space.The deadline for applications is 4 August 2017. Find out more details and apply onlineWCTOH will be held from 7-9 March 2018 in Cape Town, South Africa with the theme ‘Uniting the World for a Tobacco Free Generation’. Held Read More
In 2016, two researchers shared the same question: what is the uptake of and barriers to human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination? Upon meeting, Cecily Banura, from the Makerere University College of Health Sciences, and Nicole Basta, from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, quickly realized their complementary skills and expertise would enable them to tackle this question in rural Uganda, where the HPV vaccine has been rolled out nationwide. Their partnership tells the story of how scientific and medical discovery thrives when studies cross borders, and creates the Read More
Dr. Ian Munabi will defend his PhD thesis tomorrow Wednesday 19th July 2017. See details below (poster attached). Please plan to join him.
Candidate: Dr. Ian G Munabi. Assistant Lecturer Department of Anatomy Makerere University college of Health sciences, School of Biomedical Sciences.
Topic: Assessment of maternal pelvis height as a tool to identify mothers with potential adverse parturition outcomes among Ugandan women
Venue: Davies lecture Theater
Date: 19th July 2017
1. Assoc. Prof. Samuel A. Luboga, Department of Anatomy, Makerere University College of Read More