Researcher of the month: May

Dr Misheck Nhakta, our researcher of the month of May shares with us the importance of providing integrated care, the major barriers in reducing risk on NCDs and advice to people with chronic care diseases as well as caregivers. He said, and we quote, “We also need to work at getting chronic disease sufferers getting diagnosed as early as possible. When people are diagnosed very late, their conditions can be very severe and we want to avoid that.” Listen to the full podcast hosted by Syerramia, here.

Misheck Nkhata’s advice for those who suffer from multiple chronic conditions and caregivers, hosted by Syerramia

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