Infectious Disease Clinics of North America volume 25, issue 2, P311-321 2011 DOI: 10.1016/j.idc.2011.02.012 View full text
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John H. Bryant, Anvar Velji

Abstract: A vast gap exists between knowledge, generation of knowledge, and the application of knowledge to the needs and benefit of the global population. In middle-income and lower-income countries, universities are becoming more engaged with the communities in which they are located to try to solve the difficult problems of poverty and poor health. Global collaborations and reform of medical education in the twenty-first century will help move universities out of cloistered academic settings and into the community to…

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