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Dr. Antoine Geissbuhler, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Radiology and Medical Informatics at Geneva University, has shared discussion materials about the RAFT network to support care professionals in the frontline with IT-enabled tools, before the first e-meeting of TF3: Solutions to the Triple Epidemic.

“The purpose of the RAFT network is to strengthen health systems by de-isolating care professionals active in remote hospitals, through distance continuing education and access to tele-expertise services. A better trained, better equipped healthcare workforce is more efficient at tackling the challenges of the Triple-Epidemic, in particular in the medical deserts of low- and middle-income countries.”

Gabon (along with the Central African Republic) are the two last French-speaking African countries that are not yet active members of the RAFT (although some Gabonese hospitals are already attending some distance education sessions)

Meeting minutes from yesterday's first e-discussion of Permanent Task Force 3: "Developing cross-disciplinary and inter-sector solutions to the problems of the Triple Epidemic" are attached below.

In preparation for tomorrow's e-discussion of permanent Task Force 2: Cross-Disciplinary Training and Education,  Dr. Lachlan Forrow has shared the summary of the Global Health Workforce Alliance (GHWA) report "A UNIVERSAL TRUTH: NO HEALTH WITHOUT A WORKFORCE"

Meeting minutes from the first e-discussion of permanent Task Force 1: Promotion of High Caliber Research in Africa, held on Friday, 21 February 2014.

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