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Potential for the specialty of Family Medicine in Botswana: a discussion paper
(AOSIS; http://www.aosis.co.za/publishing, 2012-10-31)
Family Medicine is developing rapidly as a medical and academic specialty in sub-Saharan Africa. The multifactorial policy drivers are not well described, but include population health needs, the World Health Organisation’s ...
Why there is an inverse primary-care law in Africa
(Elsevier; https://www.elsevier.com/, 2013)
Many low-income and middle-income countries are now pursuing ambitious plans for universal primary care, but are failing to deliver adequate care quality because of intractable human resource problems—eg, in Uganda in 2009, ...
HIV-exposed children account for more than half of 24-month mortality in Botswana
(Biomed Central; https://www.biomedcentral.com, 2016)
Background: The contribution of HIV-exposure to childhood mortality in a setting with widespread antiretroviral treatment (ART) availability has not been determined. Methods: From January 2012 to March 2013, mothers were ...
Global health leadership training in resource-limited settings: a collaborative approach by academic institutions and local health care programs in Uganda
(BioMed Central, https://www.biomedcentral.com, 2015)
Introduction: Due to a limited health workforce, many health care providers in Africa must take on health leadership roles with minimal formal training in leadership. Hence, the need to equip health care providers ...