The Human Resources for Health Program in Rwanda | Excerpt: "From 1989 through 1997, Rwanda had the lowest life expectancy of any country in the world7; rates of preventable deaths due to infectious disease and unsafe birth skyrocketed as a result of the 1994 genocide."
Transforming & Scaling up Health Professionals' Education & Training | WHO Education Guidelines 2013, launched by the WHO at the GHWA Meeting in Recife, Brazil Nov 10, 2013 PDF
ASPIRE-to-Excellence in Medical Education | Recognition of the importance of teaching alongside research as the mission of a medical school is on today’s agenda. ASPIRE is a programme that recognises international excellence in education in a medical school. Deadline to submit is November 30, 2013.
NEPI Webinar Series | To provide faculty and staff with a practical step by step approach to design/redesign curricula regardless of faculty's/staff's disciplinary background, content expertise, and instructional setting
The 3rd Annual MEPI Symposium took place August 6 - 8, 2013 in Kampala Uganda. Click to view the following:Speaker Biographies Photographs Presentations Plenary Videos
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Nov 12-14, 2013 | ARAA ConferenceNairobi, Kenya | Association of Research Administrators in AfricaLink to Conference Website
Jan 27-31, 2014 | Prince Mahidol Award Conference 2014Bangkok, Thailand | Transformative Learning for Health EquityLink to conference website
Apr 25-29, 2014 | 15th Ottawa Conference & 12th CCME ConferenceOttawa, Canada | Conferences will be held conjointlyLink to conference website
May 10-12, 2014 | CUGH Global Health ConferenceWashington, DC | Universities 2.0: Advancing the Global Health Agenda in the Post-MDG Era. Call for abstracts due December 15, 2013.Link to Conference Website
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