The Clinical Education Partnership Initiative: an innovative approach to global health education

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BACKGROUND Despite evidence that international clinical electives can be educationally and professionally beneficial to both visiting and in-country trainees, these opportunities remain challenging for American residents to participate in abroad. Additionally, even when logistically possible, they are often poorly structured. The Universities of Washington… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12909-014-0246-5

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@inproceedings{MonroeWise2014TheCE, title={The Clinical Education Partnership Initiative: an innovative approach to global health education}, author={Aliza Monroe-Wise and Minnie W. Kibore and James N Kiarie and Ruth Nduati and Joseph K Mburu and Frederick Thurston Drake and William J. Bremner and King K. Holmes and Carey Farquhar}, booktitle={BMC medical education}, year={2014} }