Published on in Vol 9 (2023)

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/42412, first published .
The Use of Open-Source Online Course Content for Training in Public Health Emergencies: Mixed Methods Case Study of a COVID-19 Course Series for Health Professionals

The Use of Open-Source Online Course Content for Training in Public Health Emergencies: Mixed Methods Case Study of a COVID-19 Course Series for Health Professionals

The Use of Open-Source Online Course Content for Training in Public Health Emergencies: Mixed Methods Case Study of a COVID-19 Course Series for Health Professionals

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  1. Kiguli-Malwadde E, Forster M, Eliaz A, Celentano J, Chilembe E, Couper I, Dassah E, De Villiers M, Gachuno O, Haruzivishe C, Khanyola J, Martin S, Motlhatlhedi K, Mubuuke R, Mteta K, Moabi P, Rodrigues A, Sears D, Semitala F, von Zinkernagel D, Reid M, Suleman F, Leslie H. Comparing in-person, blended and virtual training interventions; a real-world evaluation of HIV capacity building programs in 16 countries in sub-Saharan Africa. PLOS Global Public Health 2023;3(7):e0001654 View
  2. Noormahomed E, Reid M, Mubuuke A, Gachuno O, Sewankambo N, Tsegaye A, Celentano J, Kiguli-Malwadde E, Ismail M, Odaibo G, Phaladze N, Nachega J. Prioritizing post-COVID-19 health research in sub-Saharan Africa: A modified Delphi study for future pandemic. Scientific African 2024;23:e02103 View