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|Title:||Capacity Building in Urban Mongolia: Evaluating Optimal Strategies to Improve Pediatric Medical Training From Abroad|
|Description:||This paper, a needs assessment, represents the first-order objective of larger project to enhance post-graduate education and patient outcomes at the National Center for Maternal and Child Health in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (NCMCH). Its analysis reviews Mongolia’s political, economic, and historical context, and outlines the state of healthcare nationally and at NCMCH in particular. Subsequently the paper evaluates the relevance, impact, feasibility, and utility of international health electives and programs of telemedicine both at large and in the Mongolian context. Ultimately, semi-structured interviews, observational study, and a comprehensive, comparative literature review will demonstrate that a bilateral exchange program, ideally at the fellowship level, is the best way of improving identified hospital and health-system weaknesses.|
|Standard no:||Neumann, Natalie. 2015. Capacity Building in Urban Mongolia: Evaluating Optimal Strategies to Improve Pediatric Medical Training From Abroad. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard Medical School.|
|Appears in Collections:||Harvard Medical School|
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