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Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Volume 33, Supplement 1, 2012

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Emergency care capacity in Africa: A clinical and educational initiative in Tanzania
pp. S126-S137(12)
Authors: Reynolds, Teri A; Mfinanga, Juma A; Sawe, Hendry R; Runyon, Michael S; Mwafongo, Victor

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Partnering on education for health: Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences and the University of California San Francisco
pp. S13-S22(10)
Authors: Pallangyo, Kisali; Debas, Haile T; Lyamuya, Eligius; Loeser, Helen; Mkony, Charles A; O'Sullivan, Patricia S; Kaaya, Ephata E; Macfarlane, Sarah B

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First steps towards interprofessional health practice in Tanzania: An educational experiment in rural Bagamoyo district
pp. S138-S149(12)
Authors: Leshabari, Sebalda; Lubbock, Lindsey A; Kaijage, Herbert; Kalala, Willbrord; Koehler, Gary; Massawe, Siriel; Muganyizi, Projestine; Macfarlane, Sarah B; O'Sullivan, Patricia S

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Teaching and educational scholarship in Tanzania: Faculty initiative to improve performance of health professions’ students
pp. S150-S170(21)
Authors: Mkony, Charles A; O'Sullivan, Patricia S; Owibingire, Sirra S; Fyfe, Molly V; Omer, Selma; Freeman, Phyllis; Makubi, Abel; Mloka, Doreen A; Portillo, Carmen J; Leyna, Germana H; Tarimo, Edith; Kaaya, Ephata E; Macfarlane, Sarah B

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Health professions educators as agents of change in Tanzania: Creativity to implement new curricula
pp. S171-S185(15)
Authors: Mloka, Doreen A; Omer, Selma; Mkony, Charles A; Kisenge, Rodrick R; Macfarlane, Sarah B; O'Sullivan, Patricia S

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An institutional research agenda: Focusing university expertise in Tanzania on national health priorities
pp. S186-S201(16)
Authors: Masalu, Joyce R; Aboud, Muhsin; Moshi, Mainen J; Mugusi, Ferdinand; Kamuhabwa, Appolinary; Mgimwa, Nana; Freeman, Phyllis; Goodell, Alex J; Kaaya, Ephata E; Macfarlane, Sarah B

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Tracking university graduates in the workforce: Information to improve education and health systems in Tanzania
pp. S202-S215(14)
Authors: Pemba, Senga; Macfarlane, Sarah B; Mpembeni, Rose; Goodell, Alex J; Kaaya, Ephata E

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Health challenges in Tanzania: Context for educating health professionals
pp. S23-S34(12)
Authors: Kwesigabo, Gideon; Mwangu, Mughwira A; Kakoko, Deodatus C; Killewo, Japhet

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Universities in transition to improve population health: A Tanzanian case study
pp. S3-S12(10)
Authors: Macfarlane, Sarah B; Kaaya, Ephata E

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Tanzania's health system and workforce crisis
pp. S35-S44(10)
Authors: Kwesigabo, Gideon; Mwangu, Mughwira A; Kakoko, Deodatus C; Warriner, Ina; Mkony, Charles A; Killewo, Japhet; Macfarlane, Sarah B; Kaaya, Ephata E; Freeman, Phyllis

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Curricular transformation of health professions education in Tanzania: The process at Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (2008–2011)
pp. S64-S91(28)
Authors: Ngassapa, Olipa D; Kaaya, Ephata E; Fyfe, Molly V; Lyamuya, Eligius F; Kakoko, Deodatus C; Kayombo, Edmund J; Kisenge, Rodrick R; Loeser, Helen; Mwakigonja, Amos R; Outwater, Anne H; Martin-Holland, Judy; Mwambete, Kennedy D; Kida, Irene; Macfarlane, Sarah B

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New curriculum in dentistry for Tanzania: Competency-based education for patient and population health (2008–2011)
pp. S92-S109(18)
Authors: Loomer, Peter M; Masalu, Joyce R; Mumghamba, Elifuraha; Perry, Dorothy A

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