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Human Resources & Leadership for Health Systems

Nursing Research Capacity Building

Bioethics & Health Leadership

Transforming Basic Sciences in Cuban Medical Schools

Teaching South African-Medical Students in Cuba

Lessons from Vision Restoration in Venezuela

Supportive Therapy for Multiple Organ Dysfunction

Stem Cell Autograft for Lower Limb Ischemia


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Cobertura Universal
de Salud en Latinoamérica
Enfermedad Renal Crónica
Azota Comunidades Agrícolas
Selecciones 2015
Selecciones 2014
Selecciones 2013
Table of Contents
Educating for Health Equity: Walking the Walk
The Editors of MEDICC Review
Cuba’s Latin American Medical School: Can Socially-Accountable Medical Education Make a Difference?
Conner Gorry MA
Original Research
Developing Nursing Capacity for Health Systems and Services Research in Cuba, 2008–2011
Nelcy Martínez MPH
Assessment of a Complementary Curricular Strategy for Training South African Physicians in a Cuban Medical University
Frank Quintana MD MS, et al.
Continuous Venovenous Hemodiafiltration in Patients with Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome in an Intensive Care Unit
Anselmo A. Abdo MD MS PhD, et al.
Possible Predictors of Poor Angiogenesis after Hematopoietic Stem Cell Autograft for Lower Limb Ischemia
Rafael A. Gómez MD, et al.
Lessons from the Field
Cataract and Pterygium Surgery Results in Venezuelan Patients Treated in the Misión Milagro Program
Idalia Triana MD MPH, et al.
Changes Needed in Basic Biomedical Sciences Teaching in Cuban Medical Schools
Marta Pernas MD MS, et al.
Contributions of Bioethics to Health Sector Leadership
Ricardo Hodelín MD MS PhD and Damaris Fuentes MD MS
The Vocation to Serve: Cornerstone of Health Care
Ricardo A. González MD PhD DrSc
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