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2013 CME Tour of Africa

Excemed Activity

2013 CME Tour of Africa

  • Endocrinology and metabolism
  • Diabetes

Keywords

Diabetes
Pathophysiology
Diagnostic Procedure
Complications
Comorbidities
Therapeutic Solutions
Educational And Prevention Strategies
Developing Countries

The 2013 EXCEMED CME Tour was composed of three workshops in partnership with three African Universities: Makere University, Kampala, Uganda; University of Nairobi College of Health Sciences, Nairobi, Kenya and University of Namibia, Windhoek, Namibia.

Scientific committtee for the 2013 Tour

Christopher Kenneth Opio
Department of Medicine,
School of Medicine, College of Health Sciences,
Makerere University,
Kampala, Uganda

Edrisa Mutebi
Department of Medicine,
Makerere University College of Health Sciences and Endocrine unit,
Kampala, Uganda

Isaac O. Kibwage
University of Nairobi College of Health Sciences
Nairobi, Kenya

Frederick CF Otieno
University of Nairobi College of Health Sciences
Nairobi, Kenya

Isaac Quaye
University of Namibia
Windhoek, Namibia

Jacob Sheehama
University of Namibia
Windhoek, Namibia

Main topics covered in 2013 Tour

pathophysiology of diabetes
diagnostic procedure in diabetes, including screening
diabetic complications and comorbidities
therapeutic solutions in diabetes
educational and prevention strategies in diabetes

Grantors

If the purpose of medical research, education and practice are to enhance the quality of life for people across the planet, EXCEMED’s CME Tour of Africa is not only timely, but essential. This initiative is far-reaching, powerful and cost-effective - is there a better way to make a difference?