In the ever-evolving landscape of global health challenges, multidisciplinary research has become a beacon of hope. The pursuit of effective research methods that span various health-related disciplines is key to understanding and addressing complex health issues. On the 21st of September 2023, the Faculty of Health and Allied Sciences at KAAF University College is set to host an international webinar on the theme “Research Methods in Multidisciplinary Health Research.” This groundbreaking event promises to bring together some of the brightest minds in the field, including Professor Herbert K. Dei and Professor Sanjay Shinde, among others. In this blog post, we’ll provide you with a sneak peek of what to expect from this insightful webinar.

This international webinar serves as a platform to bridge the gap between various health-related disciplines and promote collaborative research efforts. It aims to create an environment where researchers, scholars, and practitioners can share their expertise and experiences in research methods, ultimately contributing to the advancement of multidisciplinary health research.

The KAAF University College International Webinar on Research Methods in Multidisciplinary Health Research promises to be an inspiring and informative event. It is an invaluable opportunity for individuals passionate about health research to learn from and connect with esteemed experts in the field. Whether you’re an established researcher or a budding scholar, this webinar has something to offer everyone interested in breaking new ground in health research. Be sure to mark your calendars for September 21st, 2023, and stay tuned for further updates on this exciting event!

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