Reports, webinars & publications

The impact of APFP alumni is as varied as the alumni themselves. That’s why we are always on the lookout for new ways to share their stories and showcase their work. From annual reports to specialty profiles, webinars, videos and academic publications why not take five minutes to explore our impact in more detail?

Introductory Video

 Watch our story to hear about the APFP 

Watch the APFP story
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Specialty Profiles  

Do you want to find out more about the impact of APFP in a specific health area? Our growing series of thematic case study reports are designed to do just that.

Video profiles

This mini-series of video profiles is a great way to meet APFP alumni – the people that make change happen.

Increasing access to cancer treatment for children in Kampala
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 Dr Joyce Balagadde-Kambugu is increasing access to cancer treatment for children in Uganda. 
Influencing neonatal policies in Zambia
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 Dr Kunda Kapembwa is influencing neonatal policies in Zambia.
Improving care through Africa-focused research in Malawi
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  Dr Kondwani Kawaza is improving care through Africa-focused research in Malawi.

Academic publications

Our alumni are prolific in their contributions to science about paediatrics in Africa. With more than 300 articles published to date, a full list of their scientific publications is available here.

In addition, our team is always working to raise the profile of the APFP share insights and learning generated through our unique model and contribute to the body of evidence on human resources for paediatric health, with key publications featured below:

  • Wilmshurst J, Morrow B, du Preez A, Githanga D, Kennedy N & Zar HJ (2016). The African Paediatric Fellowship Program: Training in Africa for Africans. Paediatrics 137(1) DOI: 10.1542/peds.2015-2741

  • Zar H, Vanker A, Gray D & Zampoli M (2017). The African Paediatric Fellowship Training Program. Pediatric Pulmonology: A Model for Growing African Capacity in Child Lung Health. Annals of the American Thoracic Society 14(4) 500-504. DOI: 10.1513/AnnalsATS.201612-953PS

  • Daniels A, Buys H, Dunkley R, Wilmshurst J (2017). The African Hospitalist Fellowship. South African Medical Journal 107(11): 945-947. DOI: 10.7196/SAMJ.2017.v107i11.12718

Webinars & presentations

Sometimes the best way to learn about the APFP is to hear straight from fellows and alumni themselves, with the list below showcasing some of their most popular webinars and presentations