Monthly Archives: September 2014

EBH workshop at AHILA14 – Announcement

Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) and Information, Training and Outreach Center for Africa (ITOCA) invite you to the… EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE AND CRITICAL APPRAISAL WORKSHOP at the 14th Biennial AHILA Congress 23th of October 2014 (Day 4) … Continue reading

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AHILA 14 programme is out!

For those who will be attending or who would like to follow the proceedings, via Twitter and other social media, please see the first version of the AHILA 14 Conference programme. Chipo Msengezi                   ITOCA

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A network for students interested in evidence-based healthcare – S4BE

Who are S4BE? Students 4 Best Evidence (S4BE) is a growing network of students from around the world,  from school age to university, who are interested in learning more about evidence-based  healthcare (EBH). They aim to answer the following questions: … Continue reading

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AHILA 14 – Catch the Early Bird registration

Early bird registration for the upcoming AHILA 14 Conference closes on 15 September 2014. See the below table for the registration fees. Registration covers morning lunches and afternoon teas for 5 days. Early Bird(1st June, 2014 to 15th September, 2014 … Continue reading

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Short Report on health information activities in your country – message from the President

Dear Colleagues Please take a moment to read the simplified guidance below. This is a wonderful opportunity to share an update with your colleagues as all submissions will be posted on AHILA’s website before the Dar es Salaam Congress. No … Continue reading

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eLearning at the University of Zambia, School of Medicine

eLearning advancements at UNZA have empowered medical students to self enroll and access courses of their choice which was not the case before. Furthermore, faculty staff are now appreciating the benefits of e learning. These developments are through the efforts … Continue reading

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