LDHF Students introduced to the HEPI-TUITAH Learning Management System

LDHF Students introduced to the HEPI-TUITAH Learning Management System

In order to deliver the LDHF (Low Dose High Frequency) curriculum in the 3 partner institutions ( MUST, BSU, and Lira University), HEPI-TUITAH developed an LMS platform that will support this learning process. More than 300 students were trained in the August and September from Lira university, Bishop Stuart University and MUST is yet to train more than 200 students on how to use the platform to enroll on courses, access electronic learning materials, submit assignments, do quizzes and many more. More than 500 students are expected to be enrolled on the platform every year.

The purpose of the LDHF curriculum is to building capacity among the medical students in HIV care and prevention.

One of the training sessions at BSU

 

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