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Clinical Research Methods Short Course

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: MASTERS FELLOWSHIP (IMPRESS)

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

BACKGROUND

The College of Medicine (CoM) was established in 1991 as a constituent college of the University of Malawi. Its mission is “to be an academic centre of excellence in the training of doctors and other health professionals in clinical service and medical research, responsive to the health needs of Malawi and its neighbours within the Southern African region”. Through postgraduate training, CoM expects to develop and mentor clinicians, public health practitioners and social scientists who will become leaders and game-changers in their areas of speciality to transform the health sector in Malawi and globally. 

The CoM, in collaboration with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) has received funding from the National Institute of Health Research in the United Kingdom to implement a project entitled “Innovative Management PRactices to Enhance hoSpital quality and Save lives in Malawi (IMPRESS)” which aims at identifying optimal health facility management practices to improve care of sick newborn babies. The project will be implemented in 36 health facilities in Malawi from January 2021 to September 2024.

Masters Fellowship

TheIMPRESS Project will utilize part of its funding to support a masters (MPH) fellowship for a Malawian citizen for a period of 2 years. The masters fellowship will enable an aspiring Malawian researcher to acquire both public health training and hands-on experience in health systems research and implementation science.

The IMPRESS Masters fellow will be employed as a Research Associate at College of Medicine for a period of 2 years, subject to satisfactory performance at annual review, gaining practical research experience through project activities. They will concurrently register for a 2 year part-time MSc in Public Health at LSHTM by distance learning, starting Oct 2021. See LSHTM website for further information www.lshtm.ac.uk/study/courses/masters-degrees/public-health-online (the award is contingent on LSHTM admission being obtained). The fellow will be primarily based in Malawi, but may also attend up to two of the MSc modules in person in London. The MSc will include a Project in year 2, which will be conducted on a topic relevant to IMPRESS, jointly supervised by academic staff from the College of Medicine and LSHTM’s Department of Global Health and Development.

 

Application eligibility criteria:

  1. Bachelor’s degree with at least a credit score or upper second-class OR a Medical Degree
  2. At least 1-year’s work or volunteer experience in a relevant health or social science-related field after obtaining a bachelor’s degree
  3. Strong interest and aptitude for health systems research, and ideally some evidence of research outputs (e.g. papers, conference presentations).
  1. Excellent aptitude for quantitative and / or qualitative data analysis.
  2. Excellent oral and written communication skills (e.g. in drafting of reports or manuscripts) in English and Chichewa.

Application Requirements;

Interested applicants are required to submit the following documents:

  1. An application cover letter
  2. An updated curriculum vitae (including details of relevant work or volunteer experience)
  3. Certified copies of academic transcripts or degree
  4. A personal statement outlining the applicant’s career goals and aspirations, and how this masters fellowship would support these.

Incomplete applications with missing documents will automatically be considered as ineligible and will not be shortlisted.

Submission Requirements

Applications must be submitted as a single PDF document by email to the College of Medicine Academic Registrar-Academics (aracademic@medcol.mw) copied to the IMPRESS Project Investigators; Prof Victor Mwapasa (vmwapasa@medcol.mw) and Dr Catherine Goodman (Catherine.Goodman@lshtm.ac.uk). The deadline for receiving applications will be on 23 July 2021 at 23:59 hrs.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP (IMPRESS)

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

BACKGROUND

The College of Medicine (CoM) was established in 1991 as a constituent college of the University of Malawi. Its mission is “to be an academic centre of excellence in the training of doctors and other health professionals in clinical service and medical research, responsive to the health needs of Malawi and its neighbours within the Southern African region”. Through postgraduate training, CoM expects to develop and mentor clinicians, public health practitioners and social scientists who will become leaders and game-changers in their areas of speciality to transform the health sector in Malawi and globally. 

The CoM, in collaboration with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) has received funding from the National Institute of Health Research in the United Kingdom to implement a project entitled “Innovative Management PRactices to Enhance hoSpital quality and Save lives in Malawi (IMPRESS)” which aims at identifying optimal health facility management practices to improve care of sick newborn babies. The project will be implemented in 36 health facilities in Malawi from January 2021 to September 2024.

Doctoral Fellowship

TheIMPRESS Project will utilize part of its funding to support two doctoral (PhD) fellowships for Malawian citizens for a period of 3 years. The doctoral fellowship will enable an aspiring Malawian researcher to acquire expertise and hands-on experience in health systems research and implementation science related to the topics of enhancing health facility management practices and quality of care in Malawian hospitals. Specifically, the fellowship will support the successful applicant in developing a PhD proposal as part of the IMPRESS project, for admission as a doctoral student at LSHTM, UK (the award is contingent on LSHTM admission being obtained).

The IMPRESS PhD fellow will be employed as a Research Associate at College of Medicine for the period of the 3 year PhD programme, subject to satisfactory performance at annual review. The fellow will be primarily based in Malawi, but will also spend periods in London for PhD-related activities. The PhD studentship will be jointly supervised by academic staff from the College of Medicine and LSHTM’s Department of Global Health and Development.

 

Application eligibility criteria:

  1. Master’s degree in a health or social science-related field OR a Medical Degree
  2. Bachelor’s degree with at least a credit score or upper second-class 
  3. At least 2-years work or volunteer experience in a relevant health or social science-related field after obtaining a bachelor’s degree
  4. Strong interest and aptitude for health systems research, and ideally some evidence of research outputs (e.g. papers, conference presentations)
  1. Excellent aptitude for quantitative and / or qualitative data analysis.
  2. Excellent oral and written communication skills (e.g. in drafting of reports or manuscripts) in English and Chichewa.

Application Requirements;

Interested applicants are required to submit the following documents:

  1. An application cover letter
  2. An updated curriculum vitae (including details of relevant work or volunteer experience)
  3. Certified copies of academic transcripts or degree
  4. A concept note for a PhD proposal on a topic relevant to the IMPRESS project and the candidate’s skills and interests (refer to the IMPRESS webpage for more information about the project www.lshtm.ac.uk/research/centres-projects-groups/impress). The concept note should be two pages in length and include the following headings: Title, Background & Rationale, Objectives, Methods, Policy impact. References can be presented on an additional third page.

Incomplete applications with missing documents will automatically be considered as ineligible and will not be shortlisted.

Submission Requirements

Applications must be submitted as a single PDF document by email to the College of Medicine Academic Registrar-Academics (aracademic@medcol.mw) copied to the IMPRESS Project Investigators; Prof Victor Mwapasa (vmwapasa@medcol.mw) and Dr Catherine Goodman (Catherine.Goodman@lshtm.ac.uk). The deadline for receiving applications will be on 06 August 2021 at 23:59 hrs.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: HIV IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE PILOT GRANTS

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: M-HIRST RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP AND DOCTORAL PROGRAMS

Opportunity for a small grant in tuberculosis / other infectious Diseases research

HELSE NORD TUBERCULOSIS INITIATIVE, PATHOLOGY DEPARTMENT

The Helse Nord TB Initiative (HNTI) is a collaborative programme between the Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (KUHeS), the Malawi-Liverpool-Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Programme (MLW) and the Helse Nord RHF in Norway.

“The vision of the grant is to support collaborative and multidisciplinary research in TB, HIV and other infections within KUHeS with the long term goal of building local scientific research capacity that is sustainable, internationally excellent, and that makes a direct contribution to local and international diagnostic capacity and practice aimed at controlling of TB, HIV and other infections.”

As part of this capacity building HNTI has small grants of up to US$10,000 that can be awarded to researchers with small but interesting research questions on the following possible topics:

  • Antimicrobial stewardship
  • Diagnostics of infectious diseases
  • Tuberculosis epidemiology / genomics
  • Tuberculosis co-morbidities including non-communicable diseases (e.g. diabetes, mental health etc)

The Principal Applicant should be resident in Malawi, a postgraduate employed by, or affiliated to KUHeS. KUHeS pathology (TB, microbiology, molecular etc) laboratory facilities will be available to support the successful candidate where relevant.

Please send the following electronically to hnti@medcol.mw including:

  1. Cover letter
  2. A brief CV (4 pages maximum)
  3. A brief concept note (4 pages maximum) of the research proposal structured into:  
  4. Brief background
  5. Research question
  6.  Aims and Objectives
  7. Methods
  8. Sample size justification
  9. Key references
  10. The time frame of the intended project
  11. Budget (staff, equipment, materials and consumables, data management, miscellaneous)

The deadline for applications is 30th June 2021. Decisions will be communicated by 14th July 2021

MHIRST CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE SHORT COURSE


INTRODUCTION
The Kamuzu University of Health Sciences was established in 2021 as a transitional university from the College of Medicine (CoM) and Kamuzu College of Nursing which were then constituent colleges of the University of Malawi. Its mission is “to be an academic centre of excellence in the training of doctors and other health professionals in clinical service and medical research, responsive to the health needs of Malawi and its neighbours within the Southern African region”. Since 2015, the National Institutes of Health-Fogarty International Centre in the USA has been funding the CoM and University of North Carolina to establish and roll-out the Malawi HIV Implementation Science Research Training (M-HIRST) Program which aims at building and strengthening local capacity for designing and conducting research studies to generate evidence that accelerates the scale up of evidence-based HIV interventions. In 2020, the Kamuzu College of Nursing (KCN) joined the M-HIRST program which will operate until 2025.
The Malawi HIV Implementation Research Scientist Training (M-HIRST) program is seeking applications from postgraduate students, academics, research scientists, program implementers or policy makers from institutions that conduct health-related research or implement HIV programs in Malawi, who have interest in or are currently conducting Implementation Science (IS) activities.
COURSE SUMMARY:
Implementation science is the study of methods to promote the integration of research findings and evidence into healthcare policy and practice. It seeks to understand the behaviour of healthcare professionals and other stakeholders as a key variable in the sustainable uptake, adoption, and implementation of evidence-based interventions. The aim of this module is to equip learners with skills, theories, strategies and designs to implement evidence based global health interventions.
This course is fully funded by MHIRST and will be delivered virtually from 14th to 18th June, 2021. Successful candidates will be encouraged to apply for the MHIRST Master’s, PhD and Research Fellowships as well as the MHIRST Small Pilot Grants.
INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon the successful completion of this module, participants will be able to:
a) Apply common theories and principles of implementation science in course related projects
b) Analyse evidence based interventions within public and global health
c) Use examples to illustrate implementation pathways
d) Apply the use of knowledge and evidence frameworks for implementation
e) Select appropriate implementation strategies for specific situations
f) Design an implementation science project using the concepts learnt on the course.
ELIGIBILITY

  1. Currently enrolled in or completed a health-related postgraduate training program ( Master’s degree or PhD);
  2. Employed in an academic or research institution, government or non-governmental organization implementing HIV-related or IS programs in Malawi or have strong linkages with public institutions or non-governmental institutions that have a track history of delivering HIV and IS services.
  3. Able to identify and conduct an IS research project at their respective institution (applicants with an identified IS research question to pursue will be prioritized).
  4. Have a supervisor or mentor with strong background in HIV or IS research or service delivery.
    APPLICATION PROCESS
    Interested applicants are required to:
     Fill-out an application form using the following link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfsYETNIrm5WiffZ3yKJyvVVyuP6ChFoKYI2Zr9iYhCsaE1sg/viewform
     Submit a motivation or letter of interest (not more than one page) detailing why they want to do the course.
     Submit a one-page summary of their proposed IS research idea.
     Submit their updated Biosketch or Curriculum Vitae and all documents as a single PDF document to the CoM M-HIRST Project Coordinator – mhirstcoordinator@medcol.mw
    The deadline for receiving applications is Thursday, 03rd June 2021 at 17:00 hrs. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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PRESS RELEASE – KAMUZU UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES (KUHeS)

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR ADMISSION INTO THE MASTER OF SCIENCE (MSc) PROGRAMME IN SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH & RIGHTS RESEARCH


REVISED AND NEW CLOSING DATE

The College of Medicine (CoM, established in 1991, as a constituent college of the University of Malawi and with a mission “to be an academic centre of excellence in the training of doctors and other health professionals in clinical service and medical research, responsive to the health needs of Malawi and its neighbours within the Southern African region” is inviting applications into its newest postgraduate programme. The Department of Public Health (DoPH), in the School of Public Health and Family Medicine has gotten Senate approval to initiate a Master of Science (MSc) degree in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Research (SRHRR). The CoM is now inviting applications from eligible students to apply for admission into this programme.
Admission Criteria
A candidate shall be eligible for admission into the Master of Science degree in SRHRR if they have any of the following:
a) A Bachelor of Science degree or any other relevant Bachelor’s degrees from a reputable accredited institution (e.g. medicine, nursing, biology, mathematics, statistics, psychology, demography, sociology, health management, public health and environmental health).
or
b) A Postgraduate Diploma in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Research
or
c) Postgraduate Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Research.
Applications for this postgraduate programme should include:

  1. A completed postgraduate application form. The forms are available at www.medcol.mw/application-forms/or CoM Central Registry
  2. Sealed academic transcripts
  3. Authenticated copies of academic certificates (by a lawyer, magistrate, or registrar of the awarding institution)
  4. Authenticated copies of professional registration certificates where applicable
  5. Letter of release from employers (if employed)
  6. Reference letters (one academic and one professional)
    A non-refundable application fee of MK10000.00 for Malawians and $30.00 for non-Malawians.
    Payment should be made to:
    COM POSTGRADUATE POOL
    NATIONAL BANK OF MALAWI
    CHICHIRI BRANCH
    ACCOUNT NUMBER: 698881
    CURRENT ACCOUNT
    Application forms that do not meet the requirements stated above will not be processed.
    Completed application should be sent:
    The Registrar
    College of Medicine
    Private Bag 360
    Chichiri
    Blantyre 3, Malawi
    Attention: Assistant Registrar (Academic)
    Tel: + 265 (0) 1 874 107, Fax +265 (0) 1 874 700
    E-mail: admissions@medcol.mw
    Copy: postgraduateadmin@medcol.mw
    Further information on this programme should be directed to the Programme Coordinator: Dr Effie Chipeta on: echipeta@medcol.mw
    Closing date for applications is 15th May 2021 2020.

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