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E-learning in medical education in resource constrained low- and middle-income countries
BackgroundIn the face of severe faculty shortages in resource-constrained countries, medical schools look to e-learning for improved access to medical education. This paper summarizes the literatureExpand
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Do medical school mission statements align with the nation's health care needs?
PROBLEM To quantify the relative prevalence of traditional (education, research, service) and emerging (prevention, diversity, primary care, distribution, cost control) themes in medical schoolExpand
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Medical education departments: a study of four medical schools in Sub-Saharan Africa
BackgroundMany African countries are investing in medical education to address significant health care workforce shortages and ultimately improve health care. Increasingly, training institutions areExpand
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Transforming health professions’ education through in-country collaboration: examining the consortia among African medical schools catalyzed by the Medical Education Partnership Initiative
BackgroundAfrican medical schools have historically turned to northern partners for technical assistance and resources to strengthen their education and research programmes. In 2010, this paradigmExpand
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Increasing LARC Utilization: Any Woman, Any Place, Any Time
Intrauterine contraceptive devices and the progestin implant are the most effective long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) methods available for preventing unintended pregnancy. LARC devices areExpand
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Effects of Intensive Family Preservation Services in Rural Tennessee on Parental Hopefulness with Families Affected by Substance Use.
This article describes how Building Strong Families in Rural Tennessee (BS-FinRT) increased hopefulness and helped to promote the policy goal of developing a recovery focus among families withExpand
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MAKING REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH MEANINGFUL: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD PERSONNEL IN LEXINGTON, KY
OF THESIS MAKING REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH MEANINGFUL: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD PERSONNEL IN LEXINGTON, KY This thesis focuses on how reproductive health is made meaningful in theExpand
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