Yale Works With Liberia To Strengthen Country’s Health Care System

Yale News: After Ebola crisis, Yale works to strengthen Liberian health system
Adam Gaber, director of communications at Yale University, discusses how Yale faculty continue to work with the Liberian government to rebuild its health care system following the Ebola crisis. Gaber writes, “The effort … focused on strengthening three core areas of the Liberian health care system: hospital management, pre-clinical medical education, and postgraduate residency training in internal medicine” (2/23).

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