Trainings and Capacity Building
MCRI’s training and capacity building program embraces a multi-dimensional approach to sustainable research and administrative development. Our training programs focus to build capacity to effect change and yield long term results that truly impact on existing capacities to fulfill our mission.
Key achievements of MCRI in the last 6 years:
MCRI Student Supervision
Mbale Clinical Research Institute has a remarkable record of Student supervision. Below is a summary of a few of the formal trainings done on an annual basis.
|Qualification||University / Institute||Year & Status|
|PhD||Liverpool University, UK||2019. Ongoing|
|MSc.||Stafford University, UK||2017, Ongoing|
|MSc.||London Sch. of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, UK||2016, Completed|
|ISSF Fellowship||Imperial College||2016, Completed|
|Early PostDoc Research Experience||Imperial College||2016, Completed|
|Early PostDoc Research Experience||Imperial College||2015, Completed|
|MSc.||Simon Freser University, Canada||2014, Completed|
|MSc.||London Sch. of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, UK||2013, Completed|
|ISSF Fellowship||Imperial College||2013, Completed|
|BSc.||Makerere University, UG||2007, Completed|
Other ongoing professional and scientific educational studies include: Laboratory Technologist (RM) doing MSc., HR & Administration (CA) doing ACCA, Operations Officer (MP) doing CPA, Data Manager (GA) doing M&E, Head of QA/QC (CBO) doing MPH, Medical Officer (PG) doing his MPH and a number of other departments enrolling for further studies.
Mbale Clinical Research Institute has built PPDA Capacity which stands for Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority to harmonize the procurement and disposal policy systems and practices of the institute and has zero tolerance against corruption and fraud. All Officers and Researchers must behave and act according to our ethical values.
The Institute has trainings for all its staff on Good Clinical Practice (GCP). GCP course is designed to prepare research staff in the conduct of clinical trials with human participants. The 12 modules included in the course are based on ICH GCP Principles and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) for clinical research trials in the U.S. The course is self-paced and takes approximately six hours to complete. https://gcp.nidatraining.org/