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Educational and Wider Interventions that Increase Research Activity and Capacity of Clinicians in Low to Middle Income Countries: A Systematic Review and Narrative Synthesis

There is a broad consensus that research capacity building (RCB) in low to middle income countries (LMIC) can make a fundamentally important contribution to informing policy and practice and addressing disparities in health outcomes. There has been a shift in focus from increasing research funding from developed to developing countries to a more self-sustaining model “beyond aid,”. The World Health Organization (WHO) and others have emphasised the contribution of research to strengthening health systems. For health research to be self-sustaining, research in LMIC requires global cooperation and multi-disciplinary action. Capacity development for health research is comprised of strengthening individual skills, organisational systems and an enabling environment. Most of the efforts at RCB in LMIC have focused on strengthening systems including governance, financing and structural function. Tertiary institutions in developed countries have played a part in RCB by collaboration at the organisational and university level building research systems and human resource capacity. READ MORE

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