Author - Lawrence Tebandeke

HEPI-TUITAH HIV LDHF Short Course: Registration for Cohort 3 Opens

Registration for the HEPI-TUITAH HIV Low Dose High Frequency(LDHF) short course cohort three is now open. This is a one year course that is delivered through the HEPI-TUITAH Virtual Learning environment. It is a free course with the funding from the US National Institute of Health (NIH) through Forgaty International Center. To register for the course, please fill the form below. NOTE: The course is restricted to only medical students from Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Lira University...

Our response to COVID 19 second wave and the second national lockdown in Uganda

The safety and wellbeing of the HEPI-TUITAH staff and the entire community are our highest priority. To help keep everyone safe during the COVID-19 second wave, we shall continue teaching our LDHF students online through our eLearning platform. In case of any special support or inquiry please email us on

Panel Discussion

HEPI-TUITAH will hold a panel discussion between the LDHF students, their instructors, mentors and two panelists. A panel discussion is a forum where real world issues in HIV are discussed between students and the medical practicing experts especially those who have experience in HIV care. This exercise will take place on Wednesday 14th April 2021 at 3:00 pm EAT via zoom and the two panelists will be Dr. Fred C Semitala and Dr. Godfrey Siu from MJAP.

Anti-Sexual Harassment training of Trainers

HEPI-TUITAH through the SHarPResT project has conducted a series of trainings of Trainers from the 3 institutions (Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Bishop Stuart University and Lira University. Trainings have been happening in a blend of physical attendance and virtually by some of the members attending via zoom.  The trainees were also members on the University Sexual Harassment Committees from their respective institutions. The lead trainer  was Ms. Rufina Oloa.