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BUP in Botswana: Where we are

Administrative Address in Botswana

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Clinical Locations in Botswana

BUP clinicians are centrally located in Gaborone at Princess Marina Hospital and perform routine outreach across Botswana. Additionally, through our mobile telemedicine program, our clinicians have been able to service certain patients across the country without having to travel hundreds of kilometers.

Click here to see the 2014 BUP Outreach schedule

To receive monthly email updates with the detailed monthly Outreach Schedule from Dr. Mike Reid, join our mailing list using the box to the left.

If you missed any outreach lectures this year, all the lecture summaries (aka Tlaleletso) are available online here.

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Map of BUP Clinical and Administrative Locations

See the map below to view our Headquarters, Outreach sites, details about our work, and where our partners are.

 

Telemedicine: Access BUP from anywhere with your mobile phone

DuoChart Seswana App

The DuoChart Setswana app is now available to download from the Apple app store and Google Play store!

This app is the result of a collaboration between the University of Botswana Medical School, the University of Botswana English Department, the Botswana-UPenn Partnership, the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine Global Health Programs Office, and DuoChart.

The DuoChart Setswana Bilingual Medical Dictionary is a user-friendly audio language medical reference tool. Phrases and vocabulary for health care professionals spoken by native language speakers. Clearly spoken English and Setswana translations. Ideal for language access, patient care, and patient education.

* English to Setswana Audio translations
* Full color culturally sensitive anatomy illustrations
* Male, Female and Female with Child images
* Enhance patient centered care, improving outcomes