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The first decade of the Malawi College of Medicine: a critical appraisal

Muula, Adamson S.; Broadhead, Robert L.

Abstract:
The College of Medicine of the University of Malawi was opened in April 1991. Over almost a  decade it has flourished in the face of economic and political constraints, as well as a change in the philosophy of donor support. The authors review the past, assess the present and look to the future of postgraduate development. The paper includes a table that provides statistics showing the number of alumni involved in various fields of medical postgraduate training.  They conclude by briefly mentioning the challenges and opportunities that await the newly reformed College. 

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Document Title: The first decade of the Malawi College of Medicine: a critical appraisal
Journal: Tropical Medicine and International Health
Volume: 6
Issue: 2
No. of Pages: 155-159


Document Type:Journal Article (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Teaching and Learning
Country:Malawi
Keywords:Medical Training, Malawi, Community Based Research, Postgraduate Training, Academic Development


File Size:74 KB
Rights:Author provided post print.
Date Added:14 February 2008


Muula, Adamson S.; Broadhead, Robert L. (2001). The first decade of the Malawi College of Medicine: a critical appraisal, Tropical Medicine and International Health 6(2): 155-159