Every Country or State Needs Two Medical Schools

International Journal

Croat Med J. 47(4): 669–672 Aug 01, 2006

"Medical schools are an important part of health care landscape in a particular country. Although there are many obstacles to establishing medicals schools, African countries which do not have a medical school should realize the importance of their establishment. For those with a single medical school, a second school may be the solution to prevent mediocrity."

Author
Adamson S. Muula

Region
Southern Africa

Country
Botswana
Lesotho
Namibia
Zimbabwe

Topic
Capacity Building

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