Sharing perspectives and experiences of doctoral fellows in the first cohort of Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa: 2011-2014

Babatunde Olubayo Adedokun, Peter Nyasulu, Fresier Francis Chidyaonga Maseko, Sunday Adepoju Adedini, Joshua Odunayo Akinyemi, Sulaimon Atolagbe Afolabi, Nicole de Wet, Adedokun Taiwo Sulaimon, Caroline Sultan Sambai, Wells Robert Utembe, Rose Okoyo Opiyo, Taofeek Oluwole Awotidebe, Esnat Dorothy Chirwa, Esther Clyde Nabakwe, Francois Niragire, Dieudonne Uwizeye, Celine Niwemahoro, Mphatso Steve Kamndaya, Victoria Mathew Mwakalinga, Kennedy S Naviava Otwombe

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    Resolution of public health problems in Africa remains a challenge because of insufficient skilled human resource capacity. The Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA) was established to enhance capacity in multi-disciplinary health research that will make a positive impact on population health in Africa.
    Original languageEnglish
    Article number25127
    Number of pages5
    JournalGlobal Health Action
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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