Global Health Programs and Partnerships: Evidence of Mutual Benefit and Equity

Global Health Programs and Partnerships: Evidence of Mutual Benefit and Equity. Center for Strategic & International Studies. Stephen Morrison et al. April 1, 2016.

Academic global health programs are proliferating, and global health partnerships between North American academic institutions and institutions in low- and middle-income countries are steadily increasing. The study employs surveys and key informant interviews to examine global health partnerships, and it presents a framework for success to guide the development of sustainable global health programs and partnerships with measurable, defined impact. Eighty-two North American academic institutions and 46 international partnering institutions participated in the survey. [Note: contains copyrighted material].

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