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Fond Farewell to Uganda

14 January 2020 The time has come for me to say “see you later” to Uganda and all of my old and new friends. I knew the 2 week trip would fly by and I’ve been so busy that I … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Mulago Neurosurgery Ward

13 January 2020 These 2 weeks have gone quite fast. I’ve come to my last full day of work in Kampala and I packed it full of excellent meetings. This morning Winnie and I had the opportunity to present the … Continue reading

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A Visit to Lubaga Hospital & Learning About TeleMedicine in Uganda

9 January 2020 The morning began with an excellent visit the the Executive Director of Lubaga, Dr. Andrew Ssekitooleko, the Principle Pharmacist, Dr. Michael Mubiru, and the pharmacist interested in pharmaceutical care, William Kalule. I love that they started and … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Uganda Ministry of Health and Other Meetings

8 January 2020 Today I went where I haven’t been before, the Ministry of Health (MOH). This is the government body that writes and regulates healthcare policy. They advocate for public health and mobilize resources needed to support healthcare providers … Continue reading

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Successful Meetings

7 January 2020 Today was a GREAT day! This morning I had the pleasure of meeting with William, a pharmacist at Lubaga Hospital in Kampala. This is a private not for profit Catholic hospital and I’m hope to engage the … Continue reading

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Goats in the Pharmacy School & Ugandan Local Food

6 January 2020 It’s been another busy day and I need to get to bed, but here is a quick post. First of all, I was able to go to the pharmacy school today and meet up with Professor Richard … Continue reading

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Sunday with Friends in Kampala

5 January 2020 This morning my friend, Lydia, picked me up for church to attend the 9:30am service at All Saints Cathedral, a large Anglican church in Kampala. She had her daughter, Mary, her daughter-law, Anneth, her son James, and … Continue reading

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A Quiet Saturday in Kampala

4 January 2020 It’s been a lovely quiet day. I’ve had time to do laundry and work on both my course preparation for next semester’s classes which begin 21 January as well as work on the pharmaceutical care project protocol. … Continue reading

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Moving Up and Down, All Around Kampala

3 January 2020 In deep discussion about the appropriate use of Antibiotics Jamir, Pharmacy Technician My driver, Haji, has a saying when he’s been driving me all over Kampala. He’d say “we’ve been moving up and down and all around” … Continue reading

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First Full Day in Kampala

2 January 2020 I had a wonderful night’s sleep at the Entebbe Airport Guest House and a delicious breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon, and fresh fruit: the tiny bananas which are so good, watermelon, and papaya. I also had fresh … Continue reading

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