About the AuthorDr. Zohray Talib is a physician, practicing and teaching internal medicine in an academic center in the US. Interests include global health (particularly Africa), medical education, technology and where they intersect.
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Category Archives: community health
Just read a great article on mobile phone use in Africa. It’s a topic that’s become quite popular but reading about specific examples of success and one that even reports the number of hours and money saved. This article gives … Continue reading
How effective is community-based education in retaining graduates in rural service? The literature on retention focuses mainly on approaches that are in the hands of the government – increased financial incentives, housing, good work environment, opportunities for professional growth and … Continue reading
After a short break with the family, I am back trying to catch up on global health news. Of interest, the Lancet Global Health Network has a new International Health Journal with the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. … Continue reading