Thank you for the point raised on "knowledge transfer" and the idea of presenting the problem in that perspective.
This concept of "Knowledge transfer" has always beaten my imagination. I may claim to have read enough/comprehensively about it but as of now i find it empty. I will be grateful if you could share substantive information on the concept which to the best of my knowledge is or has disappeared from the limelight( A least in the African countries perspectives). It has always appeared to me as one could also think of
"Brain transplant" for African! no, i don't believe it ! Knowledge is present everywhere without discrimination. It is about mastering your environment with the skills and knowledge inherited overtime as a legacy from previous generations.
Epidemiologist, Public Health Consultant.
Cameroon Society of Epidemiology
Secretary General of Comite d'Ethique de la Recherche et de la Sante en Afrique Centrale (CERSAC)
" You cannot win a race focusing on the distance covered but on what lies ahead"
HIFA profile: Armand Seraphin Nkwescheu is a Public Health Consultant at the Cameroon Society of Epidemiology. Professional interests: Road traffic injury, Neglected Tropical Diseases with emphasis on snakebites and envenoming, Non communicable Diseases, Health systems and Development Evaluation. nkwesch AT yahoo.com