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ACHEST’s DR. KIGULI-MALWADDE CALLS FOR TRANSFORMATION OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION

Posted by on Aug 17, 2021 in Health | Comments Off on ACHEST’s DR. KIGULI-MALWADDE CALLS FOR TRANSFORMATION OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION

With the rise of artificial intelligence and new digital technologies, Health Professions Education(HPE) should be transformed to adapt to innovations in health care delivery. This call was made by the ACHEST Director of Health Professions Education and Development, Dr. Elsie Kiguli-Malwadde while addressing a webinar by the Student Network Organization (SNO-Uganda) on August 11, 2021. Dr. Kiguli-Malwadde, who is also the Secretary-General of the Network Towards Unity for Health(TUFH) noted that so many things had changed over the years, and this needs to be reflected in the education and...

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COVID-19 CRISIS: A CALL FOR COMPASSION FOR FRONT-LINE HEALTH AND CARE WORKERS

Posted by on Apr 8, 2021 in Health | Comments Off on COVID-19 CRISIS: A CALL FOR COMPASSION FOR FRONT-LINE HEALTH AND CARE WORKERS

COVID-19 CRISIS: A CALL FOR COMPASSION FOR FRONT-LINE HEALTH AND CARE WORKERS

Who is taking care of our carers? How will our health workers take care of us when they are breaking down? This blog by Dr. David Okello calls for compassion: Click here for details

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Global Scramble for Health Workers:

Posted by on Feb 19, 2021 in Health | Comments Off on Global Scramble for Health Workers:

Global Scramble for Health Workers:

The COVID -19 pandemic has once again exposed the global health workforce (HWF) crisis that is characterized by wide spread shortages, mal-distribution and poor working conditions. Read full blog: 

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E-Learning for COVID-19

Posted by on Feb 19, 2021 in Health | Comments Off on E-Learning for COVID-19

Here is a submission on how to continue training health professionals during the COVID -19 imposed lockdown. Click here>>

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Health workers for COVID-19:

Posted by on Feb 19, 2021 in Health | Comments Off on Health workers for COVID-19:

Our job is to ensure access to a skilled, supported and motivated health work public health worker for every person in every village everywhere” Dr. J W Lee, former WHO Director General. “Health Workers for All and All for Health Workers” was the slogan of the First Global Forum on Human Resources for Health in 2008.” These two quotations are still relevant for our frontline health workers in the COVID-19 Pandemic. Read more:

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