Tag Archives: Pharmacy

Neurosurgery Morning Report, Data Collection and a Surprise Visit from an Old Friend

Monday, 18 June 18 It’s been a busy but wonderful day here in Kampala! We started this morning by attending the Neurosurgery Morning Report. Winnie and I were going to head to the chart room to collect more data but … Continue reading

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Data Collection & Dinner with a Friend

Thursday, 14 June 2018 When I woke up this morning and pulled back the curtain, it was bright and sunny outside. By the time I had gotten ready to go down for breakfast, it was pouring down rain. It was … Continue reading

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Hospice Africa Uganda Supplies Morphine for the Entire Country

This in not an official U.S. Department of State (DOS) blog and the views and information presented are my own and do not represent the Fulbright Program or the DOS. In the USA we definitely take it for granted that … Continue reading

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Donations for Ugandans

Last year when I visited the Reverend Mother at the Masindi Kitara Diocese of The Church of Uganda to deliver quilts that my friend, Janel’s quilt group had made, I asked her what I could gather and bring to her … Continue reading

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Uganda Trip – 6 Days to Go

Photo: Dr. KarenBeth Bohan in Masindi, Uganda Fall 2012 For those of you who might be new to my blog, I’d like to give you a few sentences of explanation of what I’m doing and where I’m going, and why. … Continue reading

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Pharmacist Benjamin at the Uganda Cancer Center

Wilkes Students (and a student from the University of British Columbia) listen to the Uganda Cancer Center Pharmacist explain how he has helped to improve the safety of Oncology Drugs for Ugandan Patients

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