We arrived at Kitovu Health Centre in Masaka on Sunday evening and after a restful night’s sleep we got straight to work on Monday. We got together with the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology faculty for a training planning meeting to discuss The Excellence in Obstetrics Skills course and how we could provide behavioural science support. We helped the faculty to set up for the training and later met with the Ugandan faculty team. We’re looking forward to starting the training tomorrow.

Nisha and Amy are working with the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology / Kitovu Health Partnership

About the Author:

Amy Burton is a Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology at Staffordshire University. She visited Uganda in April 2016 as part of The Change Exchange.

Nisha Sharma, has visited to Uganda in April, June and September 2016 as part of The Change Exchange.