The Makerere University School of Medicine Implementation Science (MAK-ImS) Training program, funded by the United States National Institutes of Health-Fogarty International Center is a collaboration between Makerere University College of Health Sciences and University of California San Francisco in the USA. The overall goal of this training program is to: 1) provide training and mentoring in the eld of implementation science to Ugandan scholars and 2) establish an ImS training site at Makerere University School of Medicine.
This call for applications targets both non-degree program and graduate trainees.
The program is soliciting applications for research training positions in the following categories;
1. Master’s degree program in (MMed) in Internal Medicine or Pediatrics, Master’s in Public Health (MPH); Masters in Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics (MSc CEB), Master of Arts in Social Sciences, Economics, Information Technology at Makerere University) with demonstrated research experience.
2. Non-degree program targeting mainly junior faculty at Makerere University, policy makers and HIV implementers i.e. the one year online ImS program with a research project supplemented by tutorials. Funding and mentorship support for up to two years will be available to the selected candidates, starting in the second year of training for trainees in category 1 and rst year for category 2.
More details are in the attached flier.