This section includes resources that address the overall fit and design of mLearning, as well as precedents set by the field of eLearning.
Developing capacity for HIV research and clinical practice is critically needed in resource-limited countries.
ABSTRACT: BACKGROUND: Health workers' malaria case-management practices often differ from national gui
Summary: This document provides an overview on the implementation of mobile techonogy for Learning and distinguishes mL
Data collection: interviewer –administered; training: GuidesOffering a rapid method of diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB), the low-cost Micr
The development of new information and communication technologies has enabled greater health service provision through such novel concep
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