Qualitative Study Explores Practical Understanding Of Global Health In German Medical Education

BMC’s “Globalization and Health”: Global Health as ‘umbrella term’ — a qualitative study among global health teachers in German medical education
In this study, Matthias Havemann and Stefan Bösner, both with the Department of Family Medicine at Philipps-University Marburg, “explore the practical understanding of [global health] in medical education” and conduct interviews with global health teachers in German medical education to examine their views on global health and the approaches they take in teaching global health topics (3/27).

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