Ghana postgraduate obstetrics/gynecology collaborative residency training program: Success story and model for Africa

International Journal

Volume 189, Issue 3, Pages 692-696 Sep 01, 2003

“The success rate of the Ghanaian residents in the examination of the West African College of Surgeons has been three to four times higher than the overall pass rate. As of October 2002, the program had produced 26 specialists, all of whom are practicing in Ghana. In contrast, of 30 specialists who were trained abroad between 1960 and 1980, only 3 specialist had returned home by the end of the 1980s.”

Author
Cecil A Klufio
E.Y Kwawukume
John J Sciarra
K.A Danso

Region
Eastern Africa
West Africa

Country
Ghana

Topic
Capacity Building

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