In their recently edited textbook, Fred Ssewamala, Ozge Sensoy Bahar, and Mary McKay, in collaboration with several authors from Sub-Saharan Africa examine evidence-based, culturally appropriate child and adolescent behavioral health research from Sub-Saharan Africa.
If you would like to purchase a copy of Child Behavioral Health in Sub-Saharan Africa, visit Springer.
Contributing to the reduction of poverty and improvement of public health for vulnerable youth and families- particularly those in sub-Saharan Africa.
ICHAD is delighted to welcome our 2022 Trainee cohort who committed to research in global health disparities & mental health! The diverse group of rising researchers look ahead to an engaging summer & program year. #Capacitybuilding #STL #Uganda @HomeGrown_STL @Makerere4
.@Fogarty_NIH's March/April 22 GHM Newsletter highlights how diaspora scientists bring unique perspective to the U.S. institutions they work in. “One of the biggest added benefits an African scientist brings is lived experience" says Dr. Fred. Read more: http://go.usa.gov/xu4TG
Join us today @ 12:30 PM central @ https://youtube.com/user/WUSTLBrownSchool for “Harnessing the Power of Digital Technology to Support and Improve Treatment Outcomes in Patients with #Tuberculosis Disease in #Uganda” with Dr. Juliet Sekandi @universityofga #TuberculosisAwareness #HealthTechnology