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Volume 25, Issue 2 - Medical Communication

Medical Writing Teaching

Abstract

Teaching manuscript writing in Africa

I’m glad to have the opportunity to contribute to this new regular feature in MEW – ’Teaching medical writing’. Why write about teaching in Africa? Well, Claire Gudex – who will manage the section – thought my experience with teaching in Zimbabwe and Tanzania could be of interest to our readers, and I hope (think) she’s right.

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