Adamson S. Muula, Robin L. Broadhead
Medical Journal of Australia, 2001
"Malawi opened its only medical school in April 1991, despite opposition from some who believed that the venture was a waste of precious resources. From 1986, selected Malawi students had done preclinical training in Australia, the United Kingdom and South Africa, returning to Malawi for the clinical phase of their training. From 1994, Malawi students have been able to do the whole undergraduate medical course in their own country. Twenty Malawi medical students attended the medical schools of the University of Adelaide and Flinders University in South Australia between 1991 and 1996. All but three of those students are now qualified doctors working in various capacities in healthcare delivery service in Malawi."