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Health Innovations Conference

Sustainable health for all: Harnessing the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)

When

March 19-20, 2019

Where

The Kampala Serena Hotel

The Ugandan Academy for Health Innovation and Impact was formed to improve health outcomes for people living with or being affected by HIV and TB. In line with its mission, the Academy is pleased to announce the first “Health Innovations Conference” which will be held on the 22nd and 23rd March 2018.The conference will be a forum for generating ideas for innovation in health and for building partnerships amongst health innovators. Delegates will have an opportunity to learn about the innovations and achievements of the Ugandan Academy’s projects. We will also be announcing the winners of our Innovations Ideas Competition.Inquiries: Please send any inquiries to idi_theacademy@idi.co.ug

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The Ugandan Academy for Health Innovation and Impact was formed to improve health outcomes for people living with or being affected by HIV and TB. In line with its mission, the Academy is pleased to announce the first “Health Innovations Conference” which will be held on the 22nd and 23rd March 2018.The conference will be a forum for generating ideas for innovation in health and for building partnerships amongst health innovators. Delegates will have an opportunity to learn about the innovations and achievements of the Ugandan Academy’s projects. We will also be announcing the winners of our Innovations Ideas Competition.Inquiries: Please send any inquiries to idi_theacademy@idi.co.ug

Speakers

Dr Rosalind Parkes-Ratanshi

Dr Ratanshi is the Director of The Academy. She is a clinical academic with a research interest in sustaining HIV and STI care using innovation in Africa. She trained as a Clinical Lecturer at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College, London and is a lecturer at Cambridge University Institue of Public Health.

Prof. Elly Katabira

Prof. Katabira is the co-founder of The AIDS Support Organization (TASO), where he has served as Medical Advisor since 1987. He is professor of internal medicine and serves on the faculty of medicine at Makerere University. Prof Katabira is the co-chair of the advisory board of The Academy.

Dr Rosalind Parkes-Ratanshi

Dr Ratanshi is the Director of The Academy. She is a clinical academic with a research interest in sustaining HIV and STI care using innovation in Africa. She trained as a Clinical Lecturer at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College, London and is a lecturer at Cambridge University Institue of Public Health.

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