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.
Congratulations to ICHAD Co-Director Dr. Proscovia Nabunya and Sr Data Analyst Dr. Rachel Brathwaite on their recent promotion as Brown School Faculty, as assistant professor, tenure track, and research assistant professor, respectively. https://brownschool.wustl.edu/News/Pages/Brown-School-Welcomes-12-Dynamic-New-Faculty-Members,-Fall-2022.aspx via @BrownSchool
Ssewamala awarded $3.2M to study strategies for HIV treatments among Ugandan youth https://source.wustl.edu/2022/09/ssewamala-awarded-3-2m-to-study-strategies-for-hiv-treatments-among-ugandan-youth/
The co-editors of "Child Behavioral Health in Sub-Saharan Africa: Towards Evidence Generation and Policy Development" highlight the cross-continental collaboration that made this book possible! https://source.wustl.edu/2022/08/a-cross-continental-collaboration/