Health professional Education Partnership Initiative

Transforming Ugandan Institutions Training Against HIV/AIDS


Education in HIV/AIDS care and service delivery at MUST and its
partner training institutions will provide undergraduate health professional students and primary healthcare providers with
clinical skills and research capacity that will contribute to reduction of HIV/AIDS burden in Uganda.
The program is significant in its focus on increasing health services delivery and research in
rural Uganda and inclusion of nurses and midwives, given the disproportionate burden of HIV/AIDS borne
by women in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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HEPI-TUITAH Delivers LDHF Curriculum Lectures to Undergraduate Students in the 3 Partner Institutions

To achieve the project’s specific aim 3 which is  “To increase the competency of... read more

LDHF Students introduced to the HEPI-TUITAH Learning Management System

In order to deliver the LDHF (Low Dose High Frequency) curriculum in the 3... read more

HIV Mentored Research Opportunities for Undergraduate Health Professions students

For information about the eligibility criteria and the application process click here read more

E-Learning capacity building training at Lira University

HEPI-TUITAH conducted a 3-day e-learning capacity building training for the instructors at Lira University.... read more

E-learning capacity building training at BSU

In order to build capacity in e-learning and e-content delivery for the instructors, HEPI-TUITAH... read more

Bishop Stuart University Conducts Training for Primary Health Service Providers

The training was in line with the fulfillment of AIM 2 of the project... read more