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COVID-19: Let us all fight health and social...

This unfortunate attitude may demoralize them, thus discouraging them from playing their key role as front line workers.

Uganda's academics call for research in fight...

COVID19 |PANDEMIC| RESEARCH Members of the academia have called for regional cooperation in the fight against COVID-19. The call was based on the...

Kiira Motors unveil low cost medical ventilator...

The initiative to manufacture ventilator came from Vincent A. Sembatya, the Director for Quality Assurance at Makerere University.

Researchers urged on knowledge translation...

Evidence is not available on a timely basis whenever it is needed because it takes a long time to create evidence

Makerere opens first lung institute in East...

The institute which is the second in the whole of Africa next to the Lung Institute of the University of Cape Town is aimed at addressing lung-related...

Notice from School of Public Health

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS AT THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2019/2020

More doctors needed to tackle disease outbreaks...

Deborah Malac, America's ambassador to Uganda said there is a lot of training that needs to be done so that Africans can be able to solve their own challenges....

Millions risk malnutrition as CO2 levels...

Protein, along with the minerals iron and zinc, are essential nutrients for normal human growth and development.

Prevent diseases, control population to utilise...

'If the staffing levels and services offered in the health sector are not being expanded, it means the services will not be adequate for the growing population'...

EU funded book anticipated to revolutionarise...

The book that was edited by Associate Professor Freddie Ssengooba, Suzanne N. Kiwanuka, ElizeusRutebemberwa and Elizabeth Ekirapa-Kiracho is a product...

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