Treatment Claims, Evidence and Choices During the Pandemic: The Case of Covid-19 in Africa
This presentation is in partnership with the Global Engagement Institute.
- Different between trustworthy and untrustworthy claims regarding the coronavirus.
- Use evidence-based medicine to treat coronavirus.
Other webinars in the series
|April 6||Vietnam Health System Responses to Covid-19|
|April 21||COVID-19 in Uganda: Uptake of Preventive Measures by the Community|
|April 27||The Impact of Covid-19 on Health and Well-Being and How Frontline Health Workers have Managed the Pandemic|
Mr. Michael Mugisha
Mr. Mugisha works at the University of Rwanda on research and teaching roles. He is currently the Program Manager for Research and Capacity Development at the University of Rwanda. Michael has led various research projects that involve multiple stakeholders both local and international. He has been involved in designing and implementing various public health research projects. Michael has good management skills of complex projects that require task sharing among multiple stakeholders. He has financial management skills where he managed CDC-PEPFAR and EU funded Implementation Science Research. He has a good track record in steering collaborations with local teams from Ministry of Health, Rwanda Biomedical Center, Rwanda Education Board and various NGOs, through joint research activities.
Mr. Mugisha lectures the Health Measurement and Research module and unit courses of Biostatistics and Epidemiology to students from the College of Medicine and Health Sciences in undergraduate and postgraduate. He is interested in academic and research work related to design, development, implementation and evaluation of innovations applied in health to improve health outcomes in low resource settings.
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- Michael Mugisha - Speaker
- Sondra Schreiber - Activity Director
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- 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
- 1.00 AOA Category 2A
- 1.00 CE Contact Hour(s)
- 1.00 IBON