Please join us for the Virtual AfroPHC Workshop to be held 4-7 pm over three days 9th-11th September 2020. The theme is â€œBuilding Teamwork for PHC in Africaâ€. It is intended to be a truly interactive African experience that is free and open to anyone interested in building PHC in Africa. Please see more details and register for the AfroPHC Virtual Workshop at https://afrophc.org/afrophc-workshop/ <https://afrophc.org/afrophc-workshop/>
The focus will be on addressing three questions
Who are we? Getting to know the ambulatory primary health care (PHC) team in Africa
What does the community expect from ambulatory PHC service delivery in Africa?
Who should be part of the PHC team and how should the PHC team work in ambulatory PHC service delivery in Africa?
The workshop webpages will be open five days before the meeting to allow registered participants to see each otherâ€™s short video answers, including panellists. The sessions will be characterised by robust moderated discussion with panellists, group discussions and then group feedback. This will be punctured by short videos and online team games.
Our aim is to bring together national leaders of the PHC team: nurses, clinical officers, doctors, community healthcare workers, community leaders, and all PHC team members to ensure we truly build teamwork in African PHC. We hope to issue a joint statement to the UN General Assembly later in September.
We would also love to get participants, to respond to these questions in a short 15min video that will be available to all participants. You will get the guidance for the videos when you register.
Pray, keep well and safe
Assoc. Prof. S. Moosa
Family Medicine Wits-Jhb
Prof S. Moosa <http://www.profmoosa.com/>
HIFA profile: Shabir Moosa is an Associate Professor and Family Physician in the Department of Family Medicine & Primary Health Care, Johannesburg Health District and University of Witwatersrand. Visit website www.profmoosa.com and email shabir AT profmoosa.com