4 edition of East African doctors found in the catalog.
East African doctors
Includes bibliographical references (p. -329) and index.
|LC Classifications||R653.A353 I4 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 336 p. :|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||2006315436|
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This is a history of the training and work of East African doctors since modern medicine began in the region during the s. It discusses recruitment and education of doctors, their understanding and practice of modern medicine, the struggle to secure professional status and to preserve it amidst recent political and economic by: "This is an excellent work that should be in all African libraries, not just in those with a medical or historical specialization.
Fountain Publishers deserves congratulations for making East African Doctors: A History of the Modern Profession more widely available to the East African and hopefully pan-African, public.". Tanganyika gained independence inUganda inEast African doctors book Kenya and Zanzibar inand East African doctors took over the institutions of colonial medicine.
Within 20 of independence, East Africa was producing two hundred doctors a year, a 10 fold increase, and Medical Schools opened in Dar es Salaam and Nairobi.
The argument --Pioneers --The age of tribal disaster --Makerere and its students, --The pursuit of professional status --The transfer of power --Uganda: doctors East African doctors book a disntegrating state --Kenya: doctors and a capitalist transition --Tanzania: doctors and a socialist experiment --AIDS.
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