Short biography of Dr Sadic Kagwa Kakembo
Dr Sadic Kagwa Kakembo is a lecturer of Anaesthesia and Critical Care at Kabale University School of Medicine.
He is a medical doctor and a registered anesthesiologist and an Intensivist with Uganda medical and dental practitioners’ Council. He is a member of the association of anesthesiologists of Uganda.
He is also a member of the Uganda Medical Association and the Uganda Medical association Sacco. He is also a member of the Obstetrics anaesthetist’s association and also a member of the international association of the study of pain.
He has good experience in teaching perioperative medicine and Critical Care Medicine and is skilled in the same fields.
The former employee of Mbarara regional referral hospital and Kampala International University as a Medical officer, anesthesiologist, Intensivist and Lecturer in the departments of Anaesthesia and Critical Care.
After graduating from Mbarara University of Science and Technology in 2010, he worked at Mayanja memorial hospital as a medical officer which gave him vast experience with patients especially in emergency obstetrics and due to the urgent need to save lives, he decided to enrol for a masters of medicine in Anaesthesia at Mbarara University of science and technology to save the lives of mothers dying from being mismanaged by unskilled health practitioners in the field of resuscitation and obstetric Anaesthesia.
He also worked as a medical director at MMHC a private not for profit medical facility where his compassionate heart was further enriched and saved several patients that could have died as a result of poor emergency management of common emergencies.
|Master of medicine(Anesthesia)-MUST-2015,
Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery- MUST-2009
His main research interest areas are post-cesarean section pain management, point of care Ultrasound, upper GI endoscopy, current teaching methods especially competency-based learning, regional Anaesthesia, Obstetric Anaesthesia, pain medicine and critical care medicine, cardiopulmonary resuscitation