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Can UK healthcare workers remotely support medical education in the developing world?: Focus group evaluation

Author

JST Bowen1 • RJ Southgate2 • AM Ali3 • SJ Little4 • A Liakos5 • FGreaves6 • JM Strachan7 • AFH Baraco8 • GAdem8 • MAbdillahi8 • JHanduleh9 • KReed10 • FWalker10 • J Zeron10 • M Strachan11 • SBowen12 • T Hellyer13 • J Hersheson14 • S Whitwell15 • M Fyfe16 • JC Phillips17 • C Trim17 • O Johnson17 • AJM Leather17 • AET Finlayson18 • N Al-Hadithy10 1 Geriatrics Department, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, UK; 2 Oxford Primary Care Trust, Oxford, UK; 3 University of Oxford, Oxford, UK; 4 St Georges NHS Trust, London, UK; 5 Kings College Hospital, London, UK; 6 Imperial College Healthcare, London, UK; 7 Wexham Park Hospital, Slough, UK;8 Ministry of Health, Somaliland;9 Boroma Hospital, Boroma, Somaliland; 10 MedicineAfrica, London, UK;11 Nuffield Orthopaedic Hospital, Oxford, UK; 12 Paediatrics Department, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, UK; 13 Newcastle Deanery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK; 14 Royal London Hospital, London, UK; 15 Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK; 16 MedicineAfrica, UCSF, USA;17 Global Health Education, Kings’Health Partners, King’s College London; 18 Academic Clinical Fellow, Oxford University, Oxford, UK Correspondence to: JST Bowen. Email: jstbowen@gmail.com

Publish date

2012-01-30

Publication

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