Biomedical Research and Training Institute

A center of Excellence for Biomedical Research and Training in Africa

  
  
Zimbabwe Launches National IPC Guidelines

Zimbabwe Launches National IPC Guidelines

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In June, the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health and Child Welfare (MOHCW) launched the National Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Guidelines.…

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2nd African International Conference on Immunity (Nov, 2011)

2nd African International Conference on Immunity (Nov, 2011)

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Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, November 3-7, 2011“Immunity in Infectious…

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Ethics Research Unit

Ethics Research Unit

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The Ethics Research Unit has a long history of conducting health research studies most of which are in collaboration…

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ZIPCOP Updates

ZIPCOP Updates

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Welcome to the Zimbabwe Infection Prevention and Control Programme…

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Laboratory Training

Molecular Diagnostics Course  06- 10 August 2013

BRTI in collaboration with the Institute of Continuing Health Education, College of Health Sciences, University of Zimbabwe and the African Institute of Biomedical Science & Technology (AIBST)

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The role of schools in supporing children affected by HIV

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The Manicaland HIV/STD Prevention Project has carried out a multi-method study on the role of schools in supporting children affected by HIV and AIDS. The quantitative component of the study explored the different levels and variability in the success

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Breaking News

Despite the intensified use of Insecticide Residual Spraying (IRS) and Insecticide Treated Nets, parts of Zimbabwe have been experiencing a dramatic rise in numbers of malaria cases, with Manicaland experiencing one of the worst outbreaks. The BRTI, in collaboration with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the National Institute for Health Research and the University of the Witwatersrand have established a field site in Mutasa to study different aspects of malaria and the mosquitoes responsible for its transmission.

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Our Vision

 
Mission
The mission of the BRTI is to promote the health and quality of life of the peoples of Africa through research and training in the field of biomedicine. The institute emphasises the need to establish and maintain the highest levels of quality, professionalism, ethical standards and efficiency in its activities, and publishes these webpages in a spirit of openness and transparency.
 
 
Our Future
With the contributions from a dedicated and professional staff complement, the BRTI has achieved  16 years of continuing growth. From its inception in 1995, the BRTI has strived to become a a centre for excellence in health research and training in Africa. We are confident that the philosophy behind the formation of BRTI, that African scientists must take responsibility for improving their own working environment, was correct. We predict that, in spite of a degree of economic uncertainty in Zimbabwe, the gains that have been made during these years can be consolidated and expanded. We look forward to the future with confidence.

The Role of Schools in Supporting Children Affected by HIV

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