Kate Enright
Jan 11, 2018

Training - Access to Medicines - India

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To addresses the technical and professional ways in which government, essential medicine program managers, policy makers, NGOs, donors and other can work to ensure that high quality essential medicines are available, affordable, and used rationally at their health facilities, the international training programme on “Access to Essential Medicines in Low & Middle-Income Countries” will be conducted during March 19 - March 23, 2018 at The IIHMR University, Jaipur, India.

 

For brochure and more info: http://iihmr.edu.in/files/training/brochure/103/access-to-essential-medicine.pdf

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