The role of international partnerships in building the capacity of health professional programs in Kenyan and Tanzanian universities
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International interuniversity partnerships are recommended for increasing the capacity of sub-Saharan African universities. Numerous case studies of individual partnerships exist, as do tools for guiding collaborations, but systematic analysis and the science of examining partnerships remain limited. This research mapped the health partnerships in medicine, nursing and public health of four universities in East Africa, examined why representatives of the focus and international universities valued them and considers how the analysis of reciprocity within global health partnerships can be improved.