Keneilwe Motlhatlhedi

University of Botswana

afrehealth nominee Keneilwe Motlhatlhedi

Dr Keneilwe Motlhatlhedi is a Family Physician and lecturer at the University of Botswana. She is currently pursuing a master of Clinical epidemiology at the University of Pennsylvania. She is a fellow of the South African College of Family Medicine and one of the first Family Medicine graduates from the University of Botswana. She also has an East African Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

Her areas of research interest are non-communicable diseases, specifically mental health and child injuries. She is also interested in medical education specifically inter-professional education. She has been a co-PI and a PI in the Botswana STRIPE project which focuses on interprofessional education as a tool to enhance HIV care. She has published in peer reviewed journals and has presented at several conferences. Keneilwe also serves as a peer-reviewer for the African journal of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine.

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