Pre-antiretroviral Care and Delayed Initiation of Antiretroviral Therapy in Iganga Uganda

MAKERERE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES-KAROLINSKA INSTITUTE JOINT PhD Public Defence BY DR. MUHAMADI LUBEGA

Topic: Pre-antiretroviral Care and Delayed Initiation of Antiretroviral Therapy in Iganga Uganda
Background: Uganda has been heralded as a success story in the fight against HIV/AIDS having reduced HIV prevalence from 20% to 6% over the last twenty years. The country also has a presumably high HIV and ART awareness having adopted an open and multi-sectoral approach in fighting the pandemic. Read more about Pre-antiretroviral Care and Delayed Initiation of Antiretroviral Therapy in Iganga Uganda

Makerere University signs MoU with Karolinska Institute, Sweden

Makerere University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Karolinska Institute to strengthen the collaboration between Karolinska and Makerere University College of Health Sciences. The signing ceremony was performed by the Vice Chancellor Makerere University, Professor Venancius Baryamureeba and the Dean of Doctoral Studies and Vice Provost for International affairs Dr. Clara Gumpert, on behalf of the Karolinska Institute. The College of Health Sciences has benefited the most from the collaboration. Read more about Makerere University signs MoU with Karolinska Institute, Sweden

Proposal for research position/PhD candidate in the project ÔÇ£The supply side of ART: Users, technologies and pharmaceuticals in the organization of mass HIV/AIDS treatment programsÔÇØ (until 03/2013)

 Background  The Institute for Anthropology and Philosophy at the Martin Luther University of Halle (Germany) offersone part-time researcher position with the possibilities to conduct a PhD program  in the multidisciplinary research project The supply side of ART: users, drugs, and technologies in organizing mass HIV/AIDS treatment programmes in Uganda. Read more about Proposal for research position/PhD candidate in the project ├ö├ç┬úThe supply side of ART: Users, technologies and pharmaceuticals in the organization of mass HIV/AIDS treatment programs├ö├ç├ÿ (until 03/2013)

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