Peer-reviewed / Open Access
eHealth: Cuba Faces the Digital Divide

eHealth: Cuba Faces the Digital Divide

Cuba's eHealth Strategy

The Virtual University of Health

Open Access & Cuban Research

National Study on Mental Retardation in Cuba


Sign Up for Quarterly
Table of Contents


Cobertura Universal
de Salud en Latinoamérica
Enfermedad Renal Crónica
Azota Comunidades Agrícolas
Selecciones 2015
Selecciones 2014
Selecciones 2013
Table of Contents
Closing the “Know-Do” Gap: eHealth Strategies for the Global South
Letters to the Editor / Peer Reviewers
Cuban Meningococcal BC Vaccine. Peer Reviewers 2007
Policy & Practice
Cuba's National eHealth Strategy
Ariel Delgado, MD, MS & Conner Gorry
Jacinto Duverger Goyanes, MS, Systems Analyst. Provincial Hygiene, Epidemiology & Microbiology Center, Guantánamo
Gloria Giraldo, MPH
Pedro Ordúñez, MD, Director, Gustavo Aldereguía Lima Provincial Teaching Hospital, Cienfuegos
Gloria Giraldo, MPH
Cuba's Virtual Libraries: Knowledge Sharing for the Developing World
Conner Gorry
Medical Education
The Virtual Health University: An eLearning Model within the Cuban Health System
José B. Jardines Méndez, MD, MEd
Research & Practice
Open Access Journals: Knowledge and Attitudes among Cuban Health Researchers
Nancy Sánchez Tarragá MSc, et al.
Epidemiology of Prenatal Genetic and Environmental Factors of Mental Retardation in Cuba
Araceli Lantigua Cruz, MD, PhD, et al.
A Case Analysis of INFOMED: The Cuban National Health Care Telecommunications Network and Portal
Ann C. Séror, MBA, PhD
Natural and Traditional Medicine in Cuba: Lessons For U.S. Medical Education
Diane Appelbaum, RN, FNP, MS, et al.
International Cooperation Report
Training and Retaining More Rural Doctors for South Africa
Gail Reed, MS & Julián Torres
Cuba & ICTs: Real Crisis Leads to Virtual Innovation
Pedro Urra, MS - Director, National Medical Sciences Information Center & INFOMED, Havana
About the Contributors
Learn more about our contributors
Design & methodology of the Isle of Youth community-based epidemiological study
Most Viewed Articles

Since 2008

 MEDICC Review online (ISSN 1527-3172) is an open access publication, allowing all readers to freely access, copy, use, distribute, transmit and display its contents, and to make and distribute derivative works, subject to proper attribution of authorship (including the original copyright notice), as well as the right to make small numbers of print copies for their use.

MEDICC Review is an open access publication under Creative Commons License All the articles published by us until December 2015 are protected by Commons - Attribution 2.0 Generic — CC BY 2.0 , but the articles published since January 2016 will be under Commons - Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0), the new version of Creative Commons License. Both licenses lets others distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon your work, even commercially, as long as they credit you for the original creation. Are recommended for maximum dissemination and use of licensed materials. See MEDICC Review’s Creative Commons License for further details.


MEDICC Review is indexed in:
Global Health
Tropical Diseases Bulletin