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SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL AND ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES ORGANISES SYMPOSIUM FOR DIETICIANS AND NUTRITIONISTS

The Department of Dietetics and Nutrition, School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences, College of Health Sciences, in collaboration with the Centre of Excellence for Nutrition at North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa and the Nutricia Research Foundation has held a one-day symposium in Accra, under the theme “Advancing Nutrition Research through Capacity Building”

 

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES ORGANISES 3RD BIENNIAL PUBLIC LECTURE

The College of Health Sciences has held its 3rd Biennial Public Lecture at the British Council Auditorium in Accra under the theme; “Suicide: An Emerging Epidemic in Ghana”?

The Provost of the College of Health Sciences, Rev. Prof. Patrick F. Ayeh-Kumi, in his welcome address said that it was the hope of the College to discourage people from seeing suicide as an answer to whatever predicament they may be faced with through creating awareness about suicide.

 

20 Young Faculty and Post-Graduates gain hands-on experience in writing Systematic Review articles

A hands-on residential workshop on writing systematic review articles took place at the Akosombo Volta Hotel from the 1st -7th May, 2016. This program is part of an on-going project for young faculty and postgraduates and is funded by WHO/TDR. 

HOPE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS (NGO) DONATES TO THE SCHOOL OF PHARMACY

The Executive Director of Hope for future Generations and a member of the School of Pharmacy Management Committee, Mrs. Cecilia Lodonu-Senoo made a cash donation of Six Thousand Ghana Cedis to the School of Pharmacy on behalf of her Organisation towards the infrastructural development of the School.

RESEARCH ASSISTANTS TRAINED IN RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION

Research Assistants and Administrative Assistants from the School of Medicine and Dentistry in the College of Health Sciences have been given a two-day training in research administration to equip them with the knowledge and skills to perform research administrative functions.

Ghana Neuroscience Symposium 2016

The deadline for submission of abstracts for the Ghana Neuroscience Symposium has been extended to 15th April, 2016.

Details of the symposium and guidelines for submission of abstracts can be found in the attached document.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria Fundamentals Workshop

The School of Public Health, University of Ghana, in collaboration with MEASURE Evaluation, is pleased to announce the 7th Annual Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria Control Programs. This workshop was created in 2010 to fulfill a need for better M&E support to generate high-quality data, and to analyze and use data to better inform program planning at the country-level.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - International Workshop on Impact Evaluation of Population, Health and Nutrition Programs

USAID’s MEASURE Evaluation Project is pleased to announce the international workshop on “Impact Evaluation of Population, Health and Nutrition Programs,” for English speaking professionals. The workshop is sponsored by the School of Public Health, University of Ghana and MEASURE Evaluation, in collaboration with the Global Evaluation and Monitoring Network for Health (GEMNet-Health). 

Call for Application: Short-Term Training in Writing and Publishing Systematic Review and Original Articles

The World Health Organisation (WHO), under the Short-Term Training Grants for Research Capacity Strengthening and knowledge management project is funding a training workshop for Young Faculty and Graduate Students of the College of Health Sciences in systematic reviews and publishing of articles.

FORUM ON THE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA MEDICAL CENTRE

There will be a forum for all Senior Members (active, contract and part-time) of the College of Health Sciences (CHS) with the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ernest Aryeetey, the Project Coordinator, Professor Aaron L. Lawson and Members of the Project Implementation Unit of the University of Ghana Medical Centre as follows:-

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