Access to Learning for Health, with Particular Reference to HIV/Aids: Some Ideas
Slides of presentation at the Fifth Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open and Distance Learning (PCF5), London, UK, 16 July 2008. Presented by Professor Lídia Brito.
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