SA Medical Schools to Rescue Zimbabwe's Aspirant Doctors

African Journal

SAMJ Volume 99 No 4 Apr 01, 2009

With Zimbabwe’s central teaching hospitals in dysfunctional collapse, South Africa’s medical schools plan to rescue 50 of the 180 stranded final-year students at the University of Zimbabwe by slotting them into their own clinical training programmes. Chris Bateman describes the circumstances that led to this decision and the institutions that have helped to accommodate the Zimbabwean students.

Author
Bateman, Chris

Region
Southern Africa

Country
South Africa
Zimbabwe

Topic
Other

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