Joint Advanced Seminars in Kampala, Uganda
Forty-eight (48) fellows (24 fellows from Cohort Nine and 24 fellows from Cohort Six) are attending the month-long CARTA Joint Advanced Seminars (JAS) 1 & 4 held in partnership with Makerere University.
These seminars begun from March 5-29 at the Makerere University School of Public Health and are offered once annually to each cohort.
JAS-1 builds critical thinking, technical skills, and other core research competencies, and introduce students to the essential concepts and seminal articles of the disciplines brought together under CARTA while JAS-4 revolves around professional development.
The seminars were officially opened by the Vice Chancellor of Makerere University, Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe and the Dean of Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH), Prof. Rhoda Wanyenze. The Principal of the College of Health Sciences, Prof. Charles Ibingira was also present at the function.
The fellows will acquire skills in research methodology, policy engagement, how to prepare grants and dealing with communities and how to do high-quality research.