Teaching Psychiatry in Poor Countries: Priorities and Needs. A Description of How Mental Health is Taught to Medical Students in Malawi, Central Africa

International Journal

Education for Health, Volume 16 Number 1 Mar 01, 2003

"In developing countries poor standards of clinical service may be an obstacle to medical education. The paper outlines the inadequate mental health service in Malawi, Central Africa, which as well as failing patients obstructs the training of health workers."

Author
Hugh Herzig

Region
Eastern Africa

Country
Malawi

Topic
Innovation

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