Workforce capacity-building for servicery in Africa: Opportunities & Challenges

DEFINITION & MEANING OF ACCESS Human right to health means (implies) that everyone has the right to the highest attainable standards of physical, mental and psychological health, including access to professional health care services, hygiene & sanitation, adequate food / nutrition, decent housing and safe & clean living, recreational and working environment. Please...
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Nursing education challenges and solutions in Sub Saharan Africa: an integrative review

Sub Saharan Africa continues to report – poor health indicators – challenged health systems – growing burden of diseases including HIV/ AIDS and non-communicable diseases – a severe shortage of health care workers Please...
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Non-Physician Clinicians in Rural Africa: Lessons from the Medical Licentiate Programme in Zambia

Zambia struggles to provide safe surgery for its population. Rural areas particularly deprived. Specialist surgeons concentrated in urban cities. Over 60% population in Zambia is rural. Task shifting recommended to counter doctor(Surgeons) shortages1 Please...
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Graduate nurses perceptions on a BSN programme in Malawi

The study explored the graduate nurses’ perceptions on how their learning in the BSN programme empowered them for practice Please...
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A scoping review of 26 years of post-graduate medical education in Sub-Saharan Africa challenges and enablers reported by PGME programs

What are the lessons learned from the published literature in the last 26 years on Post-Graduate Medical Education in Sub-Saharan Africa? Please...
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