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Ethel surprises the TEDxEuston audience with a question that startles their innate assumptions about mental health professionals. Ethel profoundly, but gently, takes the TEDxEuston audience on her journey of being on both sides of mental health care and support. She shows how these experiences motivated her to cultivate a culturally sensitive group talk therapy approach to help provide mental health care for HIV patients on the Continent and the wider community. Dr. Nakimuli-Mpungu is a clinician and mental health researcher and has worked on several mental health research projects in Uganda and sub-Saharan Africa. She has won many awards including a 2016 Elsevier Foundation Awards for Early Career Women Scientists in the Developing World. She has won grants to support her efforts in trai...
Hospitals in Kenya are revising the old, cheap and effective practice of using maggots to treat wounds. The larvae have antibacterial saliva that dissolves dead tissue but leaves live tissue unaffected, keeping wounds clean and encouraging healing. Read more here: http://ab.co/19pfLJR
Melissa Colon and Carrie Smalls discuss their internship experiences at the Sarah Fox Children's Convalescent Home for Children, located in Cape Town, South Africa. Learn more about occupational therapy and nursing internships offered through the VACorps internship program by visiting our website, www.vacorps.com.
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The Samburu tribe of Northern Kenya believe that a disabled child is a cruse. The mother must dispose of the child or be banished from the tribe. SHERP loves and cares for 150 of the amazing children. https://www.facebook.com/IntlAssnArtsHealthCare?ref=hl To say these children are traumatized is a gross understatement. It was my joy to be able to share expressive arts therapy with them and watch the transformation from withdrawn to ecstatic!
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Micheal Kariuki who works at one of Kenya's main Pharmacy as a salesman,has once was infected by malaria parasites. He knows a lot about Artemisinin Combination Therapy (ACT). Kariuki said one can never imagine how popular ACT is in the pharmacy as many Kenyans have have developed confidence in them. Artemisinin came in Kenya in 2003-2004. By 2006 the government adopted it based on a combination of therapies as the most effective drug for controlling malaria.
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Today we feature Tarryn Brown, our Beauty Therapy Competitor, who is currently preparing for the coveted Gold medal at the World Skills International Competition set to take place in Abu Dhabi 🇦🇪 from 15-18 October 2017. #BeautyTherapy #SkillsRuleTheWorld #ws_abudhabi2017 #ws_abudhabi #WorldsSkillsZa 🇿🇦⚙️🛠🔩
It is estimated that 50% of disabled persons in Uganda has a communication difficulty, to help combat this, VSO Uganda has been a partner with Makerere University in developing a Speech and language degree course for over 10 years, it is the only course of it's kind in East Africa.
We always have to keep in mind that a Documentary, after all, can tell lies and it can tell lies because it lays claim to a form of veracity which fiction doesn't. Some of the documentaries are made just to discredit some particular person, party, organization, system etc, but most of them here on TDF are non biased, without prejudice and worth watching.
The Occupational Therapy department, within the Faculty of Health Sciences at Wits, offers a variety of innovative educational programmes. Our programmes aim to enhance, develop and promote occupational therapy and rehabilitation, and influence policy development through our participation and contribution to education, the profession, research and community engagement opportunities both in South Africa and the global village. Find out how to apply for the Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy here: https://www.wits.ac.za/course-finder/undergraduate/health/occupational-therapy/
We will test individualized therapy based on measurement of plasma renin and aldosterone in the management of resistant hypertension. We will also sequence three genes thought to cause two different types of hypertension due to salt and water retention, more common in Africa, that require therapy that is different from usual care. For more information visit http://www.grandchallenges.ca