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Systematic review of health data quality management and best practices at community and district levels in low and middle income countries
Research findings have reported lack of reliable health data and poor management for district health information systems in low and middle-income countries (LMIC). This paper aims to review the literature on problems with ...
A systematic review of the effectiveness of videoconference-based tele-education for medical and nursing education.
BACKGROUND: Rural nurses and doctors typically have little opportunity to further their education and training. Studies have shown high participant satisfaction with the use of educational technology, such as videoconferencing, ...
Resource tiered reviews – a provisional reporting checklist
AFJEM is committed to publishing review articles that will benefit acute care providers, independent of the resources available to them. As a result we have compiled a checklist aimed specifically at best evidence in the ...