Starting My Trek Home

Wednesday, 27 June 2018

It’s been a fantastic trip but it’s time to head home. It was productive and fun in all the right ways and seeing so many friends and colleagues was really special. Here are some pics from my last day.

Eating a delicious meal on the lawn at the Entebbe Airport Guest House with Winnie and her husband, David– the best way to spend my last meal in Uganda!!

Getting to meet Winnie’s parents at their lovely home in Entebbe–what a wonderful treat. They served me a delicious fresh made juice of pineapple and the weird fruit below which is supposed to have anti-cancer activity. It was really good!

Meeting by chance with a current Pharmacist, Babra, whom I taught at Makerere a few years ago and her Pharmacy Intern, Ian, from Kampala International University. I stepped into her store to check out some packaged herbal products. We both remembered each other and I was thrilled when she started to tell me about how she still uses SCHOLAR, a tool to ask patients about their medical condition that she learned from me!

Visiting with Patrick, one of the first Pharmacists that studied with me in the USA.

My last coffee at Cafe Java’s while discussing our current research and planning our next project.

About kbohan

Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Binghamton, NY USA
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3 Responses to Starting My Trek Home

  1. Diane Hagen says:

    Thank you–I’ve really appreciate your bog and the insights you’ve provided through the years. Diane Hagen

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  2. Michael says:

    Your blog is super cool! Really amazing.

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