We are excited to report two publications from the EqualHealth team and our partners this month in the journal The Annals of Global Health, one summarizing an intensive survey performed of Haitian physicians regarding their access to educational materials (Nadas et al), the other using Haiti as the example in a discussion of what continuing professional development would ideally look like for low-resource settings (Hudspeth et al).
The articles are freely available at these URLs, and we hope that others find them useful in thinking and discussing nursing and medical education in low-resource settings! We also thank our partners (and coauthors on these papers) Dr Claude Surena of the Haitian Medical Association and Dr Graham McMahon of Brigham and Women's Hospital for their work with our members.
Nadas et al:
Hudspeth et al: