The value of including Global Health in the training of health professionals
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Molyneux , E & O'Hare , B A-M 2013 , ' The value of including Global Health in the training of health professionals ' Archives of Disease in Childhood , vol 98 , pp. 840-842 . DOI: 10.1136/archdischild-2013-304815
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