CPD ACTIVITIES

  • Advanced HIV Clinical Course

    The AHCC is a two-week practice-based clinical course with a high fac ulty-student ratio. Only 20 participants are admitted per class. App roximately 65% of the course utilizes small-group bedside teaching and c ase discussions with 4 - 6 participants per faculty member. Patients are pre-selected from the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) inpatient wards and outpatient HIV Comprehensive Care Clinic. The balance of the course includes interactive lectures, large-group discussions, and skills sessions. Participants will be expected to bring challenging case s from their own work environment for discussion.

    Credits:10.00 Expires:17 March, 2015

  • Paediatric Asthma

    Paediatric Asthma

    Credits:5.00 Expires:05 May, 2015

  • Advanced HIV Clinical Course

    AHCC is a two-week practice-based clinical course with a high faculty-stu dent ratio. Only 20 participants are admitted per class. Approximately 6 5% of the course utilizes small-group bedside teaching and case disc ussions with 4 - 6 participants per faculty member. Patients are pre-sel ected from the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) inpatient wards and outpatient HIV Comprehensive Care Clinic. The balance of the course includes interactive lectures, large-group discussions, and skills sessi ons. Participants will be expected to bring challenging cases from t heir own work environment for discussion. Curriculum The AHCC us es a competency-based curriculum emphasizing the adult learning prin ciples of contextual, collaborative, constructive, and self-directed lea rning. The competencies selected for inclusion in the course are bas ed on frequently asked questions to the NASCOP Therapeutics Technica l Working Group and the Uliza! HIV Clinicians’ Hotline, and based on the and regional mentors identify as problem areas when supportin g healthcare workers and upcoming changes in the national ART guidel ines and the evidence behind them. The course consists of six modules, a ll of which explicitly include patient scenarios for adult patients, pregnant women, adolescents, and pediatrics

    Credits:10.00 Expires:16 March, 2015