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Title: The next generation of Rwandan physicians with a primary health care mindset
Authors: Kyamanywa, Patrick
Keywords: Next generation
Rwandan physicians
primary health care
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Department of Puublic Health. Kampala International University
Citation: How to cite this article: Flinkenfl√∂gel M, Kyamanywa P, Cubaka VK, Cotton P. The next generation of Rwandan physicians with a primary health care mindset. Afr J Prm Health Care Fam Med. 2015;7(1), Art. #885, 2 pages. phcfm.v7i1.885
Abstract: Globally there is a need for well-trained primary health care physicians at the district level. Physicians who focus on ambulatory care will be in greater demand in addressing the global burden of chronic disease and multi-morbidity, which are on the increase in Africa. Not surprisingly, family medicine has grown stronger on the African continent in the past decades.1,2,3 In Rwanda, education of health professionals has recently undergone several changes. Postgraduate training in medical and surgical specialties has been further developed in a constructive and inclusive way with support of American universities.
Description: Patrick Kyamanywa. Current Deputy Vice Chancellor Kampala International University
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