Infectious Diseases Society of America. Annual meeting. Atlanta (USA), 1990-10-25.
Funding agencies and governments in developing countries should increase their support of collaborative research designed to improve world health, and health care professionals should work together to support their colleagues in developing areas who have potential interest in research careers.
Scientists in the United States and Canada, regardless of the specific of their investigative activities, should initiate a scientific relationship with colleagues in developing countries.
Given the scarce resources available, research teams using new techniques and identifying cost-effective interventions will point the way to improved world health.
Mots-clés Pascal : Coopération internationale, Infection, Etat nutritionnel, Programme sanitaire, Recherche scientifique, Politique sanitaire, Pays en développement, Homme
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : International cooperation, Infection, Nutritional status, Sanitary program, Scientific research, Health policy, Developing countries, Human
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