Evaluation of Consortia
Oman, K, Khwa-Otsyula, B, Majoor, G, Einterz, R, & Wasteson, A. 2007, “Working collaboratively to support medical education in developing countries: The case of the Friends of Moi University Faculty of Health Sciences”, Education for Health, vol. 201, no. 1. “We describe the 15-year experience of a unique “Friends” consortium, which was established between Moi University Faculty of Health Sciences (“Moi”) in Kenya and four medical schools in developed countries.”
Rosseel, P, De Corte, E, Blommaert, J, & Verniers, E. “Approaches to North-South, South-South, and North-South-South Collaborations”, VLIR-UOS (Flemish Interuniversity Council - University Development Cooperation).“The program is an ongoing ten-year institutional university cooperation (IUC) between the VLIR and the University of Western Cape (UWC) called “Dynamics of building a better society” that consists of seven projects. The research project was a one-year collaboration between the University of Zambia (UNZA) and the University of Western Cape (UWC).”
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Collaboration for Health Equity through Education & Research (CHEER)"The Collaboration for Health Equity in Education and Research (CHEER) is a research team formed in 2003, that has started to investigate issues related to health equity and human resources. It brought together representatives from each university in the country with a Health Science Faculty, all of whom are involved in community-based education or rural health in some form."
Medical Education for Equitable Services to All Ugandans (MESAU) Consortium"The MESAU Consortium is a country-wide partnership of Busitema University, Gulu University, Kampala International University, Makerere University and Mbarara University of Science and Technology in Uganda with Johns Hopkins University support to catalyse capacity and performance enhancements in medical education and relevant research with a focus on excellent, nationwide service delivery."
Medical Education Partnership in Nigeria"The purpose of the Medical Education Partnership Initiative in Nigeria (MEPIN) is to enhance medical knowledge and skills at the six leading medical schools in Nigeria."
THEnet Schools“Training for Health Equity Network with 11 schools committed to putting health equity at the center of global health policy and helping other schools reduce health inequities in their regions at its core.”See more resources under Current Partnerships
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The Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI) is a coordinated effort led by the Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) and supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).