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Cuba's Global Health Cooperation
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Cuba's Global Health Cooperation

Speaking with US Graduates of Cuba’s Latin American Medical School

Haiti: Watching for New Cholera Outbreaks

South Africa: Problem-based Learning Challenges

Chile: Teamwork for Cuban Earthquake Response

Cuba's National TB Control Strategy

Redefining Cuba's Residency in Emergency Medicine


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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
Global Health Cooperation: International Relations’ New Frontier
Latin American Medical School Class of 2015: Exclusive with Cuban-trained US Graduates
Conner Gorry
Original Research
Student Opinions on Factors Influencing Tutorials at Walter Sisulu University, South Africa
Mayra A. Garí MD and Jehu E. Iputo MBChB PhD
Definition of Specific Functions and Procedural Skills Required by Cuban Specialists in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine
Pedro L. Véliz MD MS, et al.
Macrosomia Predictors in Infants Born to Cuban Mothers with Gestational Diabetes
Jeddú Cruz MD MS, et al.
Review Article
Impact of the 1970 Reforms to Cuba’s National Tuberculosis Control Program
Enrique Beldarraín MD PhD
Lessons from the Field
Emergency Response to Earthquake in Chile: Experience of a Cuban Field Hospital
Carlos R. Pérez MD MS
Sentinel Surveillance Detects Low Circulation of Vibrio cholerae Serotype Inaba in Haiti, 2011–2012
Rafael Llanes MD, et al.
Cuba’s Urban Landscape Needs a Second Round of Innovation for Health
Jorge Peña Díaz MS PhD
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