Following are the five partners participating in the project:
University of Malawi, Kamuzu College of Nursing (KCN)
KCN is the biggest Nursing & Midwifery college in the SADC region offering undergraduate and post graduate qualifications.
University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences (UZ-CHS)
The College of Health Sciences is the leading training institution for health professionals in Zimbabwe. It currently offers degree programmes in Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing Science, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Rehabilitation, Radiology and Health Education & Health Promotion.
University of Zambia, School of Medicine (UZSM)
School of Medicine is Zambia's first Medical School. Academic instructions include not only the MB ChB Program, but also Pharmacy, Nursing Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Physiotherapy, Environmental Health and Public Health.
UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Faculty of Health Sciences (UiT)
The Department of Community Medicine carry out research within many aspects of public health; epidemiology and surveys of prevalence and risk factors for the major endemic diseases, economic aspects of healthcare, erroneous medical treatment and health policy.
The University of Oslo, Faculty of Medicine (UiO)
The Institute of Clinical Medicine is responsible for education and research in all clinical disciplines, from diagnostics and treatment to follow-up of patients with common as well as rare diseases. Also the institute is responsible for all practical patient-oriented teaching of medical students.
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