What is going on at MESAU?

Lunchtime seminar presentation
Topic: Testing Research Hypotheses: Application to STATA
Presenter : Levi Mugenyi, Msc.Biostat, PhD student, Hasselt University, Belgium

Tetanus occurs worldwide, with higher rate in Africa and the western Pacific.

It is an acute disease of the nervous system caused by the contamination of wounds by the spores of a soil bacterium known as Clostridium tetani.

Background: Unintended pregnancy among women in HIV care remains a global public health challenge. Use of effective and safe contraceptives is an important strategy for preventing unintended pregnancy and vertical and horizontal transmission of HIV.

Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) in Collaboration with the Uganda Kidney Foundation (UKF) presents a Renal Symposium.
Theme: Kidney Disease and Children, Act Early To Prevent It! held on the World Kidney Day

Globally, persistent high fertility remains a public health concern and an impediment to socioeconomic
development. Uganda’s fertility rate has persistently remained one of the highest in
sub-Saharan Africa (6.2 TFR). This has led to the argument that Uganda is experiencing

A lunch hour seminar on Implementation Science Research by Dr. Elvin Geng. Dr. Elvin Geng is an Associate Professor of Medicine Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases and Global Medicine San Francisco General Hospital University of California San Francisco.

Engagement With and Participation In Online Discussion Forums

The introduction of technology and the internet has provided new methods for learning and teaching, with many
Institutions of higher learning adopting e-learning techniques. A popular e-learning technique adopted by open distance learning platforms is the online asynchronous discussion forum which is a technology-based technique through which the transfer of knowledge is facilitated by ensuring interaction between students and lecturers.