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Traditional and Complementary Medicine Workshop

The College of Medicine through the African Centre of Excellence in Public Health and Herbal Medicine (ACEPHEM) is pleased to announce the introduction of the Certificate Course in Traditional and Complementary Medicines (TCM) for health professionals (HP) as follows:.

Dates:             30th October-10th, November 2017

Venue:            College of Medicine, Mahatma Gandhi Campus, Blantyre

Facilitators:   Experienced facilitators from College of Medicine, Malawi University of Science and Technology, Mzuzu University, Tubingen University (Germany), Pharmacy Medicines and Poisons Board, Malawi Bureau of Standards, National Herbarium and Botanical Gardens will share knowledge and experiences in TCM.

Workshop Coordinator: John Mponda, Lecturer in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacognosy

Aim: The workshop is aimed at equipping the healthcare professionals with the knowledge and awareness of Traditional and Complementary Medicine.

Course objectives

By the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding the foundations of Traditional and Complementary Medicine (TCM).
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of the World Health Organization Strategy and Declarations on TCM and other policy frameworks in WHO AFRO and SADC.
  3. Apply knowledge of pharmaceutical botany in understanding the problem of adulteration
  4. Demonstrate an understanding of the link between herbal medicine and Western medicine on the aspect of Drug discovery
  5. Demonstrate an understanding on Malawi’s draft Regulations and Guidelines on Traditional and Complementary Medicine formulated to safe and quality herbal medicines.
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of herbal medicine pharmacovigilance and reporting of herbal medicine adverse effects and events.
  7. Demonstrate an understanding of various types of dosage form presentation, preparations and Good manufacturing practices.
  8. Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of Good Agricultural and Collecting Practices and environmental factors on the quality of herbal medicine with a special focus on content of active ingredient.

Workshop Methodology

Mainly interactive consisting of lectures, question and answer and discussion. Certificate in Traditional and Complementary Medicine (TCM) will be provided for those who complete workshop. All power-point presentations will also be provided by email to participants on daily basis.

Who should apply: This course is recommended to all healthcare professionals especially those dealing with patient diagnosis, prescribing, medicine administration, palliative care and dispensing, and those doing or interested to pursue a career in herbal medicine research.

Workshop fee: USD100 per participant. Course fees cover course material, and tea.  The ACEPHEM has limited scholarships to cover the workshop fees of participants. These will be awarded on merit and on first come first serve basis.

Application Deadline: Applications should be submitted to schisale@medcol.mw (with a copy to gondwet@medcol.mw) no later than 20 October 2017. Use the application form on the ACEPHEM website (https://acephem.medcol.mw)or ask from the emails above.

TRADITIONAL AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE WORKSHOP OUTLINE

 DATES: MONDAY, 30th OCTOBER- FRIDAY, 10th NOVEMBER 2017

WORKSHOP COORDINATOR: John Mponda, COM, Lecturer in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacognosy

DATE TOPIC /ACTIVITY OUTCOMES FACILITATORS
 

MON

30 OCT

Registration of participants (800-0830)   ACEPHEM Secretariat/Julia Gabel (DAAD Student-Tubingen University, Germany)
Self-introductions (0830-0900)    
Welcome remarks (0900-0915)   Prof. Muula/Dr. Lampiao
Opening remarks (0915-0930)   Principal, COM
Purpose of workshop/Program outline (09:30-09:45)   John Mponda (Lecturer, COM)
Workshop expectations,  Ground rules, Choosing leader, (0945-1030)
HEALTHY BREAK (1030-1100)    
Introduction to Traditional and Complementary Medicine (TCM)

(1030-1200)

Understanding of history of TCM John Mponda (Lecturer, COM)
 

TUE

31 OCT

Recap (830-845)    
Malawi traditional medicine history and the work of National Traditional Healers Association (NTHUO) (845-945) Understand the history of Malawi Traditional and Complementary medicine John Mponda (Lecturer, COM)
Malawi traditional medicine situation from the Regulator’s perspective (945-1030) Understand the Malawi situation from the regulator’s point of view Mr. Kawaye, (The Registrar, Pharmacy Medicines and Poisons Board)
HEALTHY BREAK (1030-1100)    
World Health Organization Strategy and Declarations on TCM, Policy frameworks in WHO AFRO and SADC (1100-1200)  Comprehensive understanding of international and regional strategies and policy on TCM John Mponda (Lecturer, COM)
 

WED

1 NOV

Recap (830-845)    
Good Manufacturing Practices, Doses and Preparation of herbal products

(845-945)

Demonstrate the knowledge and competencies in natural products industry especially GMP, and  preparations Mr. Ibrahim Chikowi

(Lecturer, COM)

Dosage form presentations of herbal products(945-1030) Understanding the various dosage forms and their presentations John Mponda

(Lecturer, COM)

HEALTHY BREAK (1030-1100)    
Quality standards that may be  applicable to TCM (1100-1200) Understanding food standards and those applicable to TCM Mr. Chokazinga, The Director General, The Malawi Bureau of Standards
 

 

THU

2 NOV

Recap (830-845)    
Introduction to Pharmaceutical Botany (I)

(845-1030)

Understanding of plant morphology, nomenclature, classification of herbal medicinal plants, and plant parts and extracts Apply the principles of pharmaceutical botany in herbal medicine use and research Mr. Daniel Maennle (Lecturer-Tubingen University, Germany)
HEALTHY BREAK (1030-1100)  
Introduction to Pharmaceutical Botany (II) (1100-1200)

 

Mr. Daniel Maennle

(Lecturer-Tubingen University, DAAD,  Germany)

FRID

 

3 NOV

Recap (830-845)    
Introduction of basic phytochemistry

 

Understand the phytochemicals of clinical importance in herbal medicines and how they work with a focus on locally used herbal medicine Mr. KK, Nyirenda (Deputy HOD, Lecturer, COM)
Importance of natural products in Drug Discovery  (845-945) Understand the link between herbal medicine and western medicine with a focus on drug discovery Mr. Ibrahim Chikowe (Lecturer, COM)
HEALTHY BREAK (1030-1100)    
Functional foods, Supplements, vitamins, prebiotics and probiotics (945-1030)  Understand the role of herbal supplements, vitamins, functional foods, prebiotics and probiotics in medicine Mrs. Nettie Dzabala (HOD Pharmacy, Lecturer, COM)
MON

 

6 NOV

Recap (830-845)    
Quality control and standardization of plant derived products (845-945) Understand the quality attributes of herbal medicine products and challenges to achieve these Dr John Kamanula (Associate Prof, Mzuzu University)
Good Agricultural and Collecting Practices and its impact on secondary metabolites  (945-1030) Understand the impact of GACP on production of phytochemicals in medicinal plants Dr John Kamanula (Associate Prof, Mzuzu University)
HEALTHY BREAK (1030-1100)    
Challenges of quality and adulteration of crude drugs (1100-1200) Understanding the Challenges of quality and adulteration of crude drugs Mr. Daniel Maennle

(Lecturer-Tubingen University, DAAD,  Germany)

TUE

 

7 NOV

Recap (830-845)    
Activity and safety of herbal medicines (845-945) Understand the drug herbal medicine interactions and their impact on concurrent administration with western medicines Mr. Daniel Maennle

(Lecturer-Tubingen University, DAAD,  Germany)

Herbal medicine Pharmacovigilance (I) (945-1030)  

 

Understand basic concepts of herbal medicine pharmacovigilance and ADR reporting

Mrs. Frider Chimimba (Lecturer, COM)
HEALTHY BREAK (1030-1100)  
Herbal medicine Pharmacovigilance (II) (1100-1200) Mrs. Frider Chimimba

(Lecturer, COM)

 

WED

 

8 NOV

Recap (830-845)    
The contribution of the NHBG in Malawi TCM (845-945) Understand the contribution of TCM in Malawi Dr. Magombo, National Herbarium and Botanical Gardens
The role of NHBG in use,  community education and research of TCM (945-1030) Understand the role of NHBG in TCM use, education and research Dr. Magombo, National Herbarium and Botanical Gardens
HEALTHY BREAK (1030-1100)    
Current regulatory status of Traditional and Complementary Medicine (1100-1200) Understand different classes of herbal medicines and process of registration with the Pharmacy Medicines Regulatory Authority Mr. Clifford Mwale, (Registration Officer, Pharmacy, Medicines and Poisons Board)
THU

 

9 NOV

Recap (830-845)    
Innovation and Entrepreneurship in TCM (845-945) Demonstrate application of principles of innovation and entrepreneurship in TCM SMEs. Lecturer, MUST
 Productive land use, cultivation of natural medicines for health and income, culture of natural medicines (945-1045) Understand the Productive land use, cultivation of natural medicines for health and income, culture of natural medicines Mr. Chris Walker, Panthunzi
HEALTHY BREAK (1045-1105)    
Intellectual property rights and Indigenous knowledge in TCM (1105-1205)  Demonstrate an understanding of intellectual property rights and indigenous knoeledge in TCM use and research Lecturer, MUST
FRI

 

10 NOV

Workshop review (900-930)   ACEPHEM Secretariat/Julia Gabel (DAAD Student-Tubingen, Germany)
Closing speeches (930-1000)   Principal

Group Representative

Coordinator

Presentation of Certificates

(1000-1030)

  Prof A. Muula

Dr. F. Lampiao

Group Photo with Guest of Honor    
HEALTHY BREAK (1030-1100)    

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