Shared learning in an interconnected world: innovations to advance global health equity
Nutt, Cameron T
Nyemazi, Jean Pierre
Murphy, Michael R
Wagner, Claire M
Zurovcik, Danielle R
Ngirabega, Jean de Dieu
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CitationBinagwaho, A., C. T. Nutt, V. Mutabazi, C. Karema, S. Nsanzimana, M. Gasana, P. C. Drobac, et al. 2013. “Shared learning in an interconnected world: innovations to advance global health equity.” Globalization and Health 9 (1): 37. doi:10.1186/1744-8603-9-37. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1744-8603-9-37.
AbstractThe notion of “reverse innovation”--that some insights from low-income countries might offer transferable lessons for wealthier contexts--is increasingly common in the global health and business strategy literature. Yet the perspectives of researchers and policymakers in settings where these innovations are developed have been largely absent from the discussion to date. In this Commentary, we present examples of programmatic, technological, and research-based innovations from Rwanda, and offer reflections on how the global health community might leverage innovative partnerships for shared learning and improved health outcomes in all countries.
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