L’Association Dentaire d’Afrique Centrale (ADAC) est une Organisation Non Gouvernementale ayant pour but, la promotion des soins dentaires de qualité pour tous. Elle œuvre dans ce sens au travers des multiples activité..
De l’eau potable, indéniable pour des mains propres Plus qu’un geste simple, laver les mains pourrait s’avérer salvateur pour tout être humain s’il est bien effectué de façon rép&eacut..
Interview: Dr. Raoul Kamadjeu - The PAMJ moves to reduce the number of articles published in the categories Case Report and Images in Clinical Medicine
Interview: Dr. Raoul Kamadjeu - The PAMJ moves to reduce the number of articles published in the categories Case Report and Images in Clinical Medicine We interviewed the Managing editor of the Pan African Medical Journal – Dr. Raoul Kamadjeu ..
Building and achieving the Africa we want: Reflections from the just ended 2nd Conference on Public Health in Africa (CPHIA), 2022
Building and achieving the Africa we want: Reflections from the just ended 2nd Conference on Public Health in Africa (CPHIA), 2022. The 2nd international conference on public health (CPHIA) was recently held in Kigali, Rwanda from the 13th -15th of ..
Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs), mental health and injuries: Africa's ticking time bomb? Opinions of key stakeholders in prelude to the 2nd International Conference on Public Health in Africa, 13th - 15th of December 2022, Kiga
The 2nd International Conference on Public Health in Africa will be holding in Kigali, Rwanda, from the 13th to the 15th of December 2022. Facilitated by the editorial team of the Pan African Medical Journal represented by Dr. Raoul Kamadjeu (managin..
The PAMJ increases article processing charges from 1st January 2023 Since its inception in 2008, the PAMJ made it an absolute priority to improve the visibility of research done in Africa and break publication barriers by offering publication servic..
Author interview: Dr. Ejemai Eboreime - Engaging stakeholders to identify gaps and develop strategies to inform evidence use for health policymaking in Nigeria
In this interview, we discuss with Dr. Ejemai Eboreime, co-author of the article: Engaging stakeholders to identify gaps and develop strategies to inform evidence use for health policymaking in Nigeria. Ejemai Eboreime, Departm..
In general, what will you say is CAMSA, why and when was it created? There are so many ways to describe CAMSA, it is more than being just recognized as a non-governmental or non-profit organization but rather a family of medical students who all sha..
Health products (drugs and medical devices) follow two distinct but closely related paths in public or private health structures. On the one hand, the logistical part which goes from the procurement to the provision of quality products to the patient..
There is hope for equity in global health research for Africa Integrity and adherence to appropriate ethical standards are important elements of research. These standards are key to protecting research participants’ rights as well as ensuring ..