2nd Annual CUGH Conference

Montreal, Canada, November 13-15, 2011.

Abstracts

Kenya

  • “One Size Does Not Fit All: Tailoring Health Informatics Competencies and Training Programs to Resource-Limited Settings”

Mozambique

  • “Restructuring a National Physician Assistant Curriculum in Mozambique: Collaboration Between Two US Universities and the Ministry of Health”

Namibia

  • “Balancing Quality and Quantity: Increasing the Number of Nursing Graduates While Ensuring the Quality of Pre-Service Education in Namibia”

Ethiopia

  • “Building Laboratory Capacity for Diagnosis of Visceral Leishmaniasis in Northern Ethiopia: I-TECH Experience from Shire Hospital”
  • “Couple Counseling and Referral Improved Male Partner HIV Testing Uptake at an Antenatal Clinic in Adwa Hospital, North Ethiopia”
  • ” A Case of Tuberculosis Control in 46 Facilities in the Afar, Amhara, and Tigray Regions of Ethiopia”
  • “The Unique Example of an HIV/AIDS Training Program at the University of Gondar, Ethiopia”

Haiti

  • “Collaboration with Haitian Laboratories to Develop and Implement OpenELIS for Integrated Management of Laboratory Network Data”
  • “A New School of Public Health in Haiti? A Feasibility Study”
  • “Using Successful HIV Program Tools in the Strengthening of National Health Care: Expansion of Haiti’s HIV Electronic Medical Record into Primary Care”
  • “Implementing Haiti’s Nursing Schools’ Competency-Based HIV/AIDS Curriculum: A University of Washington and Ministry of Health Collaboration”
  • “Continuous Quality Improvement of HIV Care and Treatment Services in Haiti Using Electronic Medical Record Data”

Presentations

  •  “Using Evaluation from the Start: Key Lessons Learned from the Afya Bora Consortium Innovative Fellowship Program in Global Health Leadership”
  • “Advances in Medical Education: A Model for Infectious Disease Training for Non-Physician Clinicians in Uganda”
  •  “Implementation Science to Support Task-Shifting for ART Services in Namibia”
  •  “Capacity Building and Clinical Competence in Infectious Diseases in Uganda: A Mixed-Design Study with Randomized Trial Components”