WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6, 2014*For PDFs of the presentations- Click on the Session Title
MORNING WORKSHOPSWorkshop 1: Faculty Development | Joe Kolars & Elsie Kguli-MalwaddeWorkshop 2: Medical Education Research workshop: Getting started with health professions education research | Zohray Talib & Susan Van SchalkwykREVIEW OF DAY 1 | Emilia NoormahomedMEPI LANDSCAPE YEAR 4 | Fitzhugh Mullan,Seble Frehywot & Francis OmaswaPLENARY 4: Academic medical supplement launch and communicating success | Moderators: Rogar Glass & James HakimLancet Global Health | Zoe MullanAcademic Medicine|David SklarAfrican Health Sciences|James TumwinePLENARY 5: Sharing Experience and learning together for impact and sustainability | Moderators: Isaac O. Kibwange & James KiariePanelists: Wellcome Trust|Marta TufetUniversity of Zimbabwe|Midion ChidzongaNursing Education partnership initiative(NEPI)|Wafaa El SadrKwame Nkurumah University|Peter Donkor
PLENARY 6: Assuring quality regulation and measurement| Moderator: Yakub MullaImproving quality and the use of health workforce data in the national health information system | Katumba SentongoAfrican human resources for health road map | Djona AvoucksoumaDeveloping professional leadership for the health sector in africa|Margaret MunghereraUpdate on african medical schools association|E. Oluwabunmi Olapade-Olaopa
CONSAMS|EichbaumCONSAMS|Kasonde BowaBREAKOUT SESSIONS:INNOVATIONS IN e-LEARNING|Moderator: Animut NetsanetAnovel way of learning: Students and staff perspectives on the influence of podcasting lectures | Moderator: Marietjie de VilliersPoint of care abbreviated ultrasound in residency programs in resource-deprived areas | Anna Olga Mocumbi & Sam PatelStructuring an enhanced podcasting system (PODCAST)| Steve Walsh & Marietjie de VilliersCAPACITY BUILDING FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION | Moderator: Sarah KiguliThe medical education partnership initiative: A new paradigm in capacity development | Moderator: Emilia Virginia NoormahomedMEPI Biostatistics development initiative at university of kwazulu-natal | Nisha Nadesan-ReddyModernizing health professions education at the university of zimbabwe college of health sciences | Midion ChidzongaHosting a new medical school,challenges & opportunities | Otlogetswe TotoloEQUIPING STUDENTS FOR LEADERSHIP | Moderator: Lynn AtuyambeEvaluation of student satisfaction with an emergency nursing education pilot program in Ghana | Sue Anne BellTowards a population perspective on health for medical students using the community oriented primary care approch: A case study | Stephen KnightIntegrating leadership into the community placement course: An innovation from Mbarara university Uganda | Samuel MalingENHANCING THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT | Moderators: Capece Bettencourte-Learning at KIU |Alone KimwiseCreation of a massive open on-line course within the KCMC MEPI | Dativa TibyampanshaImproving utilization of a multidisciplinary clinical skills laboratory in Kenya|James KiarieSTUDENTS PERSPECTIVE|Fastone GomaCareer intention of final year medical students in Uganda after graduting:The burden of brain drain|Kizito Samuelstudent professionalism and ethics club: a student-led initiative to instill ethics and professionalism among students of makerere university college of health sciences|Mukunya DavidMEPI HIV Morning sessions-UKZN Bachelor of nursing students speak out: Apilot study|Silingene NgcoboReflections on the influence of rural training exposure from a student perspective|Tiffany TitusLINKED AWARDSMozambique-linked award program|Vanda Amado & Luis MatchecaneImproving mental health education and research in Zimbabwe(IMHERZ)-University of Zimbabwe college of health sciences(UZ-CHS) mental health linked award: progress and milestones|Frances CowanTowards sustainable cardiovascular training and research in zimbabwe: year 4 of cardiovascular, heart failure, rheumatic heart disease, interventions strategy(CHRIS) Linked award|Jonathan MatengaUGANDA-2 linked award programs|Isaac SsinabulyaKENYA linked award program|James KiarieZAMBIA-linked award program|Yakub Mulla
The Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI) is a coordinated effort led by the Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) and supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).