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The Raft Network: Five Years of Distance Continuing Medical Education and Tele-Consultations via the Internet in French-Speaking Africa

Continuing education of healthcare professionals is a key element for the quality and efficiency of a health system. In developing countries, this activity is usually limited to capitals, and delocalized professionals do not have access to such opportunities, or to didactic material adapted to their needs.

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GHF2006 – LS01- Improving Access to Quality Medicines: Health Partnerships for the Developing World and the Fight against Counterfeiting

The availability of quality and non-counterfeit drugs is an essential part of any health care delivery service. This session presented the audience with information related to the expansion of private-public partnerships (PPPs) for the development of safe drugs and of drugs for neglected diseases.

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GHF2006 – PS10 – Hospital and Academic Networks

Session Outline Parallel session PS10, Thursday, August 31 2006, 11:00-12:30 Chair(s): Peter Suter, Switzerland, Peter Saladin, Switzerland Social Accountability of Medical Schools in a Globalized World Kendall Ho, Continuing Professional Development & Knowledge Translation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada  Troped Network: Bringing Together European Institutions for Higher Education in International Health  Jean-Pierre Gervasoni, Unit for Cardiovascular Disease and […]

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