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Articles published by science journalists following the CoVPRES/THRiVE Training on scientific reporting.

The aim of the training was to improve the quality of media reporting on COVID-19 with reference to existing scientific knowledge. The journalists were trained on how to utlilise published scientific literature to report on issues and controversies surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. The training was conducted at MESAU House in Naguru.

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Medical Insurance Unaffordable – The Observer News

Many Ugandans find medical insurance services unaffordable.

This is according to the newly released survey findings on formal medical insurance in Uganda by the Insurance Regulatory Authority (IRA) in Uganda.

Ibrahim Kaddunabbi, the chief executive officer of the IRA, said the study sought to establish the performance of medical insurance, the level of satisfaction among beneficiaries, corporate clients, and service providers, as well as stakeholder expectations, challenges, and prospects of medical insurance.

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AfCEN and The Campbell Collaboration deliver a training workshop on Evidence Synthesis for academia at UCU

Africa Centre MakCHS in partnership with the Campbell Collaboration delivered a premier 3-day training workshop on evidence synthesis – focusing on the conduct of systematic reviews and, evidence and gap maps (EGMs) to the audience of 20 academic staff of Uganda Christian University, Mbale Campus and Livingstone University.

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