ZACOPH Activities

Annual General Meeting And Scientific Conference 2022

On Saturday 26th November 2022 ZACOPH held its annual AGM and Scientific Conference under the theme:  

The Physician and Research: Promoting a Research Culture to Enhance Healthcare Delivery

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2022 AGM group photo with PS MOH Prof. L. Kasonka and founding ZACOPH President Prof. E. Njelesani

ECSACOP 2022 Scientific Conference and Annual General Meeting 

ZACOPH representatives attended the ECSACOP Scientific Conference and Annual General Meeting in Salima Malawi from 22nd - 24th September 2022

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Zambia Medical Association Annual General and Scientific Meeting

ZACOPH representatives attended the Zambia Medical Association's Scientific Meeting on 7th October 2022

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ZACOPH VP Dr B. Nsokolo (middle) &  Dr B. Nkula (right) from Mansa General hospital ZACOPH representatives

Knowledge Assessment Workshops

October 2022 Workshop

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Presentation of attendance certificates by the facilitators Dr N. Lambwe & Dr B. Nsokolo: October 2022

June 2022 Workshop

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February 2022 Workshop

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Aids Healthcare Foundation (AHF) Outreach project

With support from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, ZACOPH implemented a year long AIDS outreach programme at Chilenje and Kanyama first level hospitals in Lusaka

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Project consultants and Mentees: Chilenje first level hospital: Aug 2022

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Project Consultants and Mentees: Kanyama First level hospital: Dec 2021

Annual General Meeting And Scientific Conference 2021

On Saturday 27th November 2021 ZACOPH held its annual AGM and Scientific Conference at Sarovar Hotel under the theme:  COVID-19 Waves: “Building long term resilience by harnessing lessons learnt”

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Annual General Meeting 2020

On Saturday the 28th November 2020 ZACOPH held its 2020 AGM at Sarovar Hotel under the theme: COVID19 Pandemic: An Opportunity for Strengthening Occupational Health and Safety Services for Healthcare Workers. 

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Presentation of awards

(From left to right) ZMA President, guest of honour MOH, President ZACOPH 

GoFundMe COVID-19 PPE FUNDRAISER

Following the outbreak of the Corona virus in Zambia, ZACOPH created a  Gofundme page with the aim of raising money to purchase masks, gloves, sanitizers and cleaning supplies in order to help ensure that as many health care workers are protected against SARS-CoV-2 as they work tirelessly to manage the spread of the virus. 

On the 2nd November 2020, ZACOPH President, Dr. Edna Chikoye presented Minister of Health, Dr. Chitalu Chilufya, with the PPE donation worth K66,800.

 

ZACOPH humbly thanks all those who donated generously, especially the young Zambians who championed the campaign.

We would also like to extend a heartwarming thank you to Lusaka Helps who donated face-shields.

ZACOPH Annual General Meeting 2019

The annual general meeting was held on the 30th November 2019 in Lusaka, Zambia. As an elective AGM, the current executive committee was ushered during the meeting.

 

The following senior physicians were also honoured during the meeting: 

  • Professor Evarist Njelesani

  • Professor Paul Kelly 

  • Dr Dorothy Kasonde

  • Dr Levy Muchemwa - Outgoing President 

ECSACOP 4th Scientific Conference and

Annual General Meeting 2019

The 4th ECSACOP Scientific Conference and Annual General Meeting, held under the theme “The Emerging Threat of Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) in Africa” took place in Livingstone Zambia from 5th to 7th September 2019. It was officially opened by the Honorable Minister of Health of the Republic of Zambia Dr. Chitalu Chilufya and attended by representatives of the World Health Organization, the Royal College of Physicians of England, fellows of ECSACOP, and members of the Zambia Medical Association.

The Conference sought to address common NCDs and their risk factors, in order to promote the intensification of preventative measures against NCDs in the East Central and Southern African region. In addition to highlighting the growing NCD crisis in the region, the conference aimed to increase awareness of the ECSACOP mission to improve standards of healthcare throughout the region through the provision of specialist training for physicians committed to lifelong learning. 

 

With attendance of well over 200 participants, a total of 38 presentations from physicians and public health experts from across the region where delivered during the conference. These covered areas such as NCD prevention and risk factors, epidemiology and clinical management of various NCDS.

 

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ZACOPH acknowledges the support given by the following partners without whom the 4th ECSACOP Scientific Conference and Annual General Meeting would not have been such a success:

 

  • The Zambian Ministry of Health 

  • The World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa

  • The Royal College of Physicians

  • Medland Hospital

  • The National Health Research Authority

  • CIDRZ

  • AIDS Healthcare Foundation

  • Adult Centre of Excellence

  • Zambia Sugar

  • Wellspring Hospital

  • Denk Pharmaceuticals

  • Glenmark

  • Ajanta

  • Phillips

  • Artemis

  • Metropolis

  • AVANI Hotel and Resort

ECSACOP Clinical Supervisors Trainer of Trainers Programme January 2019

Ndola, Zambia 

On 5th -7th February, ECSACOP conducted its 4th Training of Trainers in Ndola, Zambia. The workshop brought together 17 physicians drawn from the biggest hospitals in Zambia including University Teaching Hospital (UTH), Ndola Teaching Hospital (NTH), Kitwe Teaching Hospital (KTH), Nchanga North Hospital (NNH), Kabwe Central Hospital (KCH) and Mutti Kabelenga Hospital (MKH)

The workshop was organized by ECSACOP with support from the Zambia Ministry of Health

The training was facilitated by Dr. Phil Gothard from the Royal College of Physicians, London, with support from Dr. Mark Dixon, the ECSACOP Training Director at Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo.