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Teaching for Health Equity: Changing Paradigms of Medical Education

Teaching for Health Equity: Changing Paradigms of Medical Education

Current Trends in Cuban Medical Education

Roundtable of Innovative Medical Educators from South Africa, Canada, the Philippines, Cuba, Venezuela and Australia

Cuba’s HIV/AIDS Program: Controversy, Care and Cultural Shift

Charles Boelen on Social Accountability of Medical Education


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Cobertura Universal
de Salud en Latinoamérica
Enfermedad Renal Crónica
Azota Comunidades Agrícolas
Selecciones 2015
Selecciones 2014
Selecciones 2013
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The Doctors Are In
Policy & Practice
Cuban Medical Education: Aiming for the Six-Star Doctor
Ileana del Rosario Morales Suárez, MD, MS, et al.
A Roundtable of Innovative Leaders in Medical Education
André Jacques Neusy, MD, DTM&H and Bjorg Palsdottir, MPA
Cuba's HIV/AIDS Program: Controversy, Care and Cultural Shift
Conner Gorry
Developing Partnerships for Distributed Community-Engaged Medical Education in Northern Ontario, Canada
Joel H Lanphear, PhD and Roger Strasser, MD
Medical Education
Faculty of Health Sciences, Walter Sisulu University: Training Doctors from and for Rural South African Communities
Jehu E. Iputo, MBChB, PhD
Flinders University School of Medicine, Northern Territory, Australia: Achieving Educational Excellence along with a Sustainable Rural Medical Workforce
National Training Program for Comprehensive Community Physicians, Venezuela
Eugenio Radamés Borroto Cruz, MD, DrSc, MS, et al.
Addressing Physician Shortages in New Mexico Through a Combined BA/MD Program
Ellen M. Cosgrove, MD, et al
Social Accountability: Medical Education's Boldest Challenge
Charles Boelen, MD, MPH, MSc
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