|Title||Undergraduate students’ contributions to health service delivery through community-based education: A qualitative study by the MESAU Consortium in Uganda|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||Atuyambe, LM, Baingana, RK, Kibira, SPS, Katahoire, A, Okello, E, Mafigiri, DK, Ayebare, F, Oboke, H, Acio, C, Muggaga, K, Mbalinda, S, Nabaggala, R, Ruzaaza, G, Arubaku, W, Mary, S, Akera, P, Tumwine, JK, Peters, DH, Sewankambo, NK|
It has been realised that there is need to have medical training closer to communities where the majority of the population lives in order to orient the trainees’ attitudes towards future practice in such communities. Although community based education (CBE) has increasingly been integrated into health professions curricula since the 1990s, the contribution students make to service delivery during CBE remains largely undocumented. In this study, we examined undergraduate health professions students’ contribution to primary health care during their CBE placements.
|Short Title||BMC Medical Education|
Undergraduate students’ contributions to health service delivery through community-based education: A qualitative study by the MESAU Consortium in Uganda
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