Coordinating Contributions

International Journal

Family Medicine Volume 40 No 3 Mar 01, 2008

"Medical schools in developing countries are frequently challenged by low levels of funding and shortages of academic staff. 'Twinning,' the establishment of a formal link between a department/institution in a developed country with a corresponding department/institution in the developing world, is promoted as a way to facilitate contact between developing country institutions and appropriate donor institutions."

Author
Khwa-Otsyula B
Majoor G, Einterz R
Oman K
Wasteson A

Region
Eastern Africa

Country
Kenya

Topic
Innovation

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