Treatment Protocols and approaches from different countries: The African Story
The Global Health Network in partnership with the Uganda Virus Research Institute are bringing together experts across Africa to share their experiences on Treatment Protocols.
This event will focus on approaches for different countries, exploring the challenges/successes/barriers to implementation of such research studies. Participants will understand how African countries are reacting to the Coronavirus pandemic and how they are concurrently researching the gaps that need urgent attention.
- Date: Tuesday 14th December 2021
- Time: 12:00-13:30 GMT (14:00-15:30 EAT)
- Dr Bruce Kirenga: Chief Research Scientist and founding Director of the Makerere University Lung Institute.
- Dr John Amuasi: He lectures at the KNUST, at the Global Health Department of the SPH and is head of the Department of Community Health at the medical school. Group Leader of the Global Health and Infectious Diseases Research Group at the KCCR.
- Dr John Lusiba: internal medicine physician and Cardiologist working with the Uganda People’s Defense Forces.
- Dr Khozya D. Zyambo: general paediatrician and public health practitioner working for the Ministry of Health Zambia under the Infectious Diseases Unit as a National Paediatric HIV Chief Mentor and Lead HIV/TB ECHO program.