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Medical Technology & Health Equity: The Cuban Approach

Medical Technology & Health Equity: The Cuban Approach

Innovations in Neuroscience for Public Health

Socially Accountable R&D: Generating Appropriate Technologies for Health Equity

Expanding Access to Technology in Primary Care


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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
Medical Technology: Figuring in the Equity Factor
The Editors
Letters to the Editor / Peer Reviewers
Letters to the Editor
Peer Reviewers 2008
Policy & Practice
Stratified Active Screening: Where Neurotechnology Meets Public Health
Pedro Valdés Sosa, MD, PhD and Adianez Obrador-Fragoso, BS
Generating Appropriate Technologies for Health Equity: José Luis Fernéndez Yero, MD, PhD. Director, Immunoassay Center, Havana
Gail Reed, MS
Technology Transfer from Havana Hospitals to Primary Care: Yamila de Armas, MD. Deputy Director, Provincial Health Department, Havana City Province
Gloria Giraldo, MPH
Cuba's National Medical Genetics Program
Beatriz Marcheco Teruel, MD, PhD
Health Strategies
A 25-Year Review of Cuba's Screening Program for Early Detection of Hearing Loss
María Cecilia Pérez Abalo, MD, PhD, et al.
Tuberculosis Mortality Trends in Cuba, 1998 to 2007
Edilberto González Ochoa, MD, PhD, et al.
Research & Practice
A Neurofunctional Evaluation Strategy for Presurgical Selection of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Patients
Lilia María Morales Chacón, MD, PhD, et al.
A Comparison of Beating Heart and Arrested Heart Techniques for Mitral Valve Replacement Surgery
Guillermo Mojena Morfa, MD, et al.
Cuban Health Professionals: Will Publishing Perish?
Francisco Rojas Ochoa, MD, PhD
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