Fall greetings from the ICHAD and SMART Africa Teams. In November, our field teams have finalized the Suubi4Her study baseline report, which provides a detailed understanding of study participants. The report can be found below and on our website. The Suubi4Cancer study team is wrapping up the data collection phase and is now making preparations to implement the economic strengthening intervention component. Our Kyaterekera Project conducted the first Data and Safety Monitoring Board meeting.
ICHAD team members also presented results from our Suubi+Adherence study about the role of pediatric quality of life and physical activity on self-reported medication adherence at the American Public Health Association conference in Philadelphia and also about our work around engaging with policymakers through the SMART Africa study at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) 3rd Annual Scale-Up Hubs Meeting in Bogota, Colombia.
Finally, ICHAD and SMART Africa are recruiting candidates for the 2020 cohort of the Researcher Resilience Training Program. The full details can be found below and on our website here.
ICHAD and SMART Africa Teams