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The program submitted 10 abstracts for consideration for the 67th EIS conference to be held in Atlanta 16-19 April 2018. Amongst the submitted abstracts, Ms Zvanaka Sithole’s  abstract entitled “ Viral Load Suppression among Adolescents on Anti-Retroviral Therapy, Harare City, Zimbabwe, 2017” was selected for an oral presentation.  The program has consistently submitted abstracts to…

  The program is favorably regarded both locally and internationally as producing high quality graduates. It has become a model for the demonstration of a successful integration and collaboration between American Universities and Colleges. In February 2018, two-second year residents from the ZIMFETP travelled to Seattle to the University of Washington for a six-week MPH…

  On the 24th of January 2018, the TEPHINET Global Accrediting Body reached the decision to confer full accreditation upon the Zimbabwe Field Epidemiology training program ( ZIMFETP) making it one of the eight programs to be accredited worldwide. ZIMFETP becomes one of the only three African countries to be accredited after Kenya and Cameroon….

  The program enrolled 10 full time and 4 part-time residents who started their didactics on the of 12th January 2018. Thus far they have covered the first and second academic blocks consisting of Public health Philosophy (Mod 1.1), Epidemiology and Field research (Mod 1.2), Biostatics and Statistical Computing (Mod 1.3), Health System Research (Mod…

Dr. Peter Nsubuga was the main facilitator for the Excellence in Reporting Science Workshop. Dr. Nsubuga is a medical epidemiologist for Global Public Health Solutions, located in Atlanta. He previously worked for Center of Disease Control (CDC) and the World Bank. He has experience writing public health projects and research for African countries, such as…

In June 2017, the University of Zimbabwe Department of Community Medicine (UZ-DMC) hosted a five day workshop titled “Excellence in Reporting Science Writing Workshop MPH 2017” for Masters of Public Health (MPH) students in the Zimbabwe Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) and researchers at the Zimbabwe Community Health Intervention Research Programme (ZiCHIRe). Funded by African…

Visitors from the University of Washington, attending the March monthly seminar where residents were presenting their research findings.

Food Poisoning Amongst Census Enumerators in Gokwe South, Zimbabwe, August 20124 D Bangure1D Chirundu1, M Tshimanga1, NT Gombe1, L Takundwa1 1Zimbabwe Field Epidemiology Training Program 2Kadoma City Health Background: Zimbabwe implemented a national census from the 18 to 28 August 2012. On 15 August 2012, a report was received of gastrointestinal illness among census enumerators…

Effectiveness of Short Message Services Reminder on Childhood Immunization in Kadoma, Zimbabwe, 2013- A Randomized Controlled Trial1 DonewellBangure1, D Chirundu2, N T Gombe1, M. Tshimanga1, L. Takundwa1 1Department of Community Medicine, University of Zimbabwe, 2Kadoma City Council Background: Globally, non-attendance for immunization appointments remains a challenge to healthcare providers. A review of the 2011 consolidated…

 
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