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Oxford graduates' perceptions of a global health master's degree: a case study.

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INTRODUCTION: Low and middle-income countries suffer an ongoing deficit of trained public health workers, yet optimizing postgraduate education to best address these training needs remains a challenge. Much international public health education literature has focused on global capacity building and/or the description of innovative programmes, but less on quality and appropriateness. CASE DESCRIPTION: The MSc in Global Health Science at the University of Oxford is a relatively new, full-time ...

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10.1186/1478-4491-9-26

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Journal:
Human resources for health
Volume:
9
Issue:
1
Pages:
26
Publication date:
2011
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EISSN:
1478-4491
ISSN:
1478-4491
URN:
uuid:f10427ff-63b5-4cca-b715-9958f31d969c
Source identifiers:
308563
Local pid:
pubs:308563
Language:
English

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