Kenya 3 fellowship

Programme
Effective management and resource utilisation for bleeding disorders in Western Kenya

Fellow
Dr Afude Jacob Injere, Medical officer haematology and oncology, MOI Teaching and referral Hospital, Eldoret

Host institute
Johannesburg Academic Hospital “Haemophilia Comprehensive Treatment Centre”, Johannesburg, South Africa represented by Prof Johnny Mahlangu

Duration
Six months, completed 2015

Objectives:

  • Gain experience in the diagnostic evaluation of bleeding disorders
  • Receive skilful training in the management of the acute bleeding episodes and pre-operative care of PWH
  • Recognise the indications, safe administration and handling of the blood components and factor replacement therapy
  • Understand the scope of epidemiologic, clinical and research knowledge of bleeding disorders
  • Obtain ideas on influencing regional and national health policies toward advocacy.

Partner with NNHF

NNHF funds and supports projects in developing countries to improve access to care for people with haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders.

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