Dr Wilber Sabiiti and Dr Ewan Chrinside recently ran training sessions on translating research knowledge into commercial products and policies to practice at the recent TWENDE Course in Uganda.
Hosted as part of the 6th East African Health and Scientific Research Conference and International trade fair the symposium was co-chaired by Dr. Wilber Sabiiti and Dr. Helen Meme of Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI).
Dr Wilber Sabiiti has recently given a series of talks and training in different African countries showcasing the advantages of the molecular bacterial load assay (MBLA) and TWENDE work on developing model for rapid uptake of health research innovations into policy and practice.
TWENDE is building a model to increase effectiveness of implementing health research innovations. Dr. Wilber Sabiiti, the co-ordinator of TWENDE Consortium has recently completed the TWENDE site monitoring visits in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda and witnessed the great progress made.
The TWENDE Knowledge Translation (KT) training recently started at the School of Medicine University of St. Andrews.
Researchers from the School of Medicine launch TWENDE, a project which aims to overcome the barriers to the implementation of better tuberculosis diagnostic