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The College of Medicine (CoM) has received grant funding from the United States Government through its National Institutes of Health (NIH); Grant Ref: 1 R25 TW 011455 – 01 to support capacity building, education and training of health professionals in Malawi. The CoM will implement this grant through its Project CHEER. A position of one Post-doctoral fellowship exists within the institution. The post is available for an initial period of two (2 years) with the possibility of renewal for further periods of two years to be based at the Center of Bioethics for Eastern & Southern Africa (CEBESA),

Post-doctoral Fellowships

Postdoctoral Fellowships are awarded to individuals holding a PhD. or equivalent degree to support individual and institutional academic (research, curriculum delivery and institutional change) goals. The fellowship contributes to the institution’s overall mission to support its bioethics enterprise and to ensure that the discipline continues to be a source of vibrant and significant work that furthers the CoM’s mission in teaching and learning, research and community engagement.


  1. Applications are invited from individuals who have a doctoral or equivalent terminal degree in Bioethics. Applications from those close to completing their doctorate or equivalent degree may also be considered; however, the fellowship cannot be offered until the degree is completed.
  2. Current fellows within the CoM or elsewhere must have completed all requirements of their existing fellowship, including submission of the final report before an application for a new fellowship can be accepted.
  3. If a postdoctoral fellowship is awarded, the applicant must agree to comply with the University of Malawi’s Postdoctoral Policy. The Policy can be obtained from the University’s websites or requested via email from: postgraduate@medcol.mw;

Application Procedures

  1. Submit applications preferably via email an application letter, motivation statement (one –page), a resume and copies of academic professional qualifications;
  2. Submit application dossier to:

The Academic Registrar

Attention: CHEER-HEPI Bioethics Postdoctoral Fellowship

College of Medicine

Private Bag 360, Chichiri,

Blantyre 3, Malawi

Email address: rsc-hr@medcol.mw    

DEADLINE:                                   2nd April 2020

CEBHA+ Evidence-based Public Health Workshop

The Collaboration for Evidence-based Healthcare and Public Health in Africa (CEBHA+) invites you to a five day, interactive workshop on Evidence-based Public Health at the College of Medicine Mahatma Gandhi Campus in Blantyre, Malawi.

Date of workshop: 25-29 May, 2020.

Time: 09:00 – 17:00 Hours

Venue: Seminar room, Research Support Centre, Chimutu Building College of Medicine, Blantyre, Malawi.

Objectives of the workshop:

The workshop will introduce the concepts of evidence-based public health (EBPH) and focus on finding, appraising, interpreting and applying best evidence to public health questions relevant to the African setting. After this workshop, you will be able to:

 – Explain and discuss the principles and importance of EBPH

– Explain concepts of “complex interventions” and “complex systems” and understand how these affect evaluation of public health interventions in primary research and evidence synthesis

– Formulate clear questions relevant to public health in Africa

 – Search for best evidence to answer the question

– Describe the study designs used to evaluate public health interventions

 – Critically appraise a controlled before and after study on a public health intervention and interpret results

– Describe the value of research synthesis in public health

 – Critically appraise systematic reviews and interpret results

– Discuss applicability of evidence to make evidence-informed decisions in a public health context

– Outline the value of public health guidelines and discuss concepts of evidence use in policy and practice

This workshop is suitable for:

– Researchers planning to undertake systematic reviews of public health interventions or working on other aspects of evidence-based public health; – Mid-career professionals working in public health institutions; and – Students undertaking postgraduate studies and wishing to embark on a career in evidence based public health.

– People who are committed to participate for all the five days of the workshop

How to apply: If you are interested in participating in the workshop, we request that you submit an online application by 20th of February 2020, Limited spaces available. Successful participants will be notified via email.

Note: Participants will pay for their own accommodation and transport to and from the workshop venue.

Follow this link to apply: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScH68-ZCT2u28ZaU7rSXwDY-1mESJbzITPlU9c6PmZe16cK3w/viewform

To enquire please contact: Suzgika Lakudzala Mobile: +256 999 60 48 91/ +265 888 35 40 02 Email: slakudzala@medcol.mw Dr Nyanyiwe Mbeye Mobile: +265888356338 Email: nmbeye@medcol.mw Richard Mmadi Mobile: +265 99 444 5167 Email: rsctrainingcoordination@medcol.mw

This workshop is supported by funding from the Collaboration for Evidence-based Healthcare and Public Health in Africa (CEBHA+) project which is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) as part of the Research Networks for Health Innovation in Sub-Saharan Africa Funding Initiative.