AI’s potential for enhancing development efforts is enormous, but we need to ensure its ethical and equitable use.
StorySCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE HEALTH AGRICULTURE GOVERNMENT EDUCATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PRIVACY PROTECTION UNEMPLOYMENT HUMAN DEVELOPMENT InnovationRegionCentral AsiaEuropeFar East AsiaMiddle EastNorth and Central AmericaNorth of SaharaOceaniaSouth AmericaSouth AsiaSouth of SaharaWest Indies
Journal articlesHIV/AIDS HEALTH POLICY NURSING RESEARCH CAPACITY PROGRAMME OWNERSHIP Capacity building ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE RESEARCH NEEDS
Qualitative research in an international research program : maintaining momentum while building capacity in nurses
Nurses are knowledgeable about issues that affect quality and equity of care and are well qualified to inform policy, yet their expertise is seldom acknowledged and their input infrequently invited.Published dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 00:00
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Journal articlesFood security NUTRITION DIET FARM TO FORK SCHOOL MEALS AGRICULTURAL INNOVATIONS
An article in the Caribbean Week of Agriculture (CWA) weekly magazine reports on the CARICOM collaboration between University researchers and development institutes.Published dateWednesday, January 2, 2013 - 05:00