Zoom Logo

Access to Controlled Medicines in Africa - Shared screen with speaker view
Lacey Ahern
01:01:51
We hear!!
Antonia
01:08:02
Thank you Dr. Watiti for your amazing testimony. You should do more to reach out to your fellow medical doctors. I believe they will listen to you. I pray for God's blessings on your life.
Dr Stephen Watiti
01:09:10
Thanks all for the encouraging comments.
Antonia
01:11:02
Yes, I heard the whole story
Lacey Ahern
01:11:14
Thank you very much for testimony, Godfrey
Antonia
01:11:21
Thank you Godfrey for sharing your story
Dr Stephen Watiti
01:13:11
Look out for my book (soon on Amazon) "Conquering HIVand AIDS: My personalexperience of living with HIV"
Dr Stephen Watiti
01:18:52
Didn't make it clear but I was on oral morphine. Did wonders for me
Dr Katherine Pettus
01:23:28
Look out for my book too! Global Palliative Care: Reports from the Peripheries. Available on Kindle and paperback. Lots of chapters on Africa! All revenues go to Hospice Africa Uganda.
Dr Stephen Watiti
01:24:00
Thanks very much Dr Petus for highlighting advocacy and the need for training advocates and giving them data (information) needed for evidence informed and based advocacy
Antonia
01:26:30
Thank you Dr. Katherine for your generosity to Hospice Africa Uganda! Your support goes a long way to help many people
Wedzerai Chiyoka
01:26:40
Congratulations Dr Pettus and Dr Watiti, the more structured literature we have out there the informed and equipped we are.
Dr Katherine Pettus
01:26:45
It is my pleasure.
Antonia
01:30:36
Thank you Edith
Antonia
01:33:10
Thank you Mr Adeolu. Well said. Over restriction of opioid use is causing many people to suffer excruciating pain
Wedzerai Chiyoka
01:42:22
Thank you Godfrey for adding your voice to the advocacy efforts to reduce pain and suffering.
Dr Stephen Watiti
01:43:14
Thanks Godfrey for being strong and sharing
Antonia
01:45:38
We need to advocate for palliative care to be taught at university for nurses and doctors.
Antonia
01:46:46
The health workers in lower health facilities in Uganda are open to learn and practice palliative care. The challenge is the highly trained health workers who need sensitization and attitude change
NABE Kanfiegue
01:51:44
I am ok the answares
Antonia
01:53:34
Thank you Dr. Watiti. Well stated. You need to talk as physicians and I know you have the capacity of opening their eyes to the need for palliative care versus forcing futile medical and surgical interventions
Mr. Adeolu Adebiyi
01:57:16
THE GLOBAL CRISIS OF AVOIDABLE PAIN :https://www.globalcommissionondrugs.org/reports/the-negative-impact-of-drug-control-on-public-health-the-global-crisis-of-avoidable-pain