|Adrian Gituma, Moses Masika, Eric Muchangi, Lily Nyagah, Vincent Otieno, Grace Irimu, Aggrey Wasunna, Moses Ndiritu, Mike English|
|Tropical Medicine & International Health, 2009|
"Questionnaires were distributed to 85% of a possible 343 students and returned by 44% (152). Half reported having accessed some form of new medical information within the previous 12 months, most commonly from books and the internet. Few students reported regular access; and specific, new journal articles were rarely accessed. Absence of internet facilities, slow internet speed and cost impeded access to literature; and current training seems rarely to encourage students to seek new information."