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What happened at INMED?

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In late September the IFGH co-hosted a symposium on medical electives in conjunction with the Irish Network of Medical Educators (INMED). The discussion ranged from the role of electives, the responsibilities of medical schools, to fundraising and insuring ethical electives. All medical schools in Ireland were represented, although attendance was not limited to medicine alone, […]

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IFGH Presenter: Professor Malcom Maclachlan

  Posted by Irish Forum for Global Health | Presentations Professor Malcolm ‘Mac’ MacLachlan is with the Centre for Global Health and the School of Psychology at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and is currently a visiting professor at the Centre for Rehabilitation Studies, StellenboschUniversity, South Africa and at the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard University. Mac has worked […]

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IFGH 2012: The Relative Importance of Different Motivational Determinants for Different Categories of Health Workers in South Africa, Tanzania and Malawi

As part of the Motivation Project this study used a Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE) to measure the relative importance of motivational determinants for different health worker categories in South Africa, Tanzania and Malawi.

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IFGH 2012: The Quagmire of Task Shifting for Service Quality and Coverage: Preliminary Findings from Two Districts of Malawi

  Posted by Irish Forum for Global Health | Conference Abstracts Authors:Kadzandira JM. Author Affiliations:Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland / University of Malawi Option 1– Scientific / Empirical Research Findings Presented as – Oral Presentation Aims: The study is being conducted to assess the impact of task shifting on the quality and coverage of HIV and primary health […]

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