Journal of Medical Education, 1967
"The lack of adequate number of trained health personnel in the Congo makes the use of nonindigenous faculty necessary. In the cross-cultural relationship there are inherent problems in language, culture, philosophy and life setting. These problems cannot be ignored, but they can be overcome with reasonable success by faculty members who are aware and well-oriented and who receive inteliigent counsel and exhibit good will. The benefits of such a program are not al derived by the host country. Visiting faculty members can develop a wider understanding of mankind; and, through heloing to meet on of the most pressing health needs of our time, their own lives may gain new meaning."