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Research communication capacity
Posted: Oct 31, 2017
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Research communication capacity

Why Use ResearchGate?
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Mendeley
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How to Use Twitter
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How To Make A YouTube Channel! (2016 Beginners Guide)
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How To Start A Profitable Blog Step By Step For Beginners
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How to setup a LinkedIn Account
https://youtu.be/zHEuhjSOdtE
The New LinkedIn Experience 2017
https://youtu.be/fNykFiTKFKc

How to Use Pinterest
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Hootsuite Beginner Tutorial – How To Manage Your Social Media Accounts
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Research communication capacity
Posted: Oct 31, 2017
Category: Uncategorized

Research communication capacity

Various social media applications and technologies that can be used effectively for dissemination.

Why Use ResearchGate

https://youtu.be/KVvXarSVjic

Mendeley

https://youtu.be/xLtk6n8cFdk

How to Use Twitter

https://youtu.be/5jWNpLvdocU

How To Make A YouTube Channel! (2016 Beginners Guide)

https://youtu.be/b38ef8n1p4U

How To Start A Profitable Blog Step By Step For Beginners

 https://youtu.be/WQrk1FwdnsY

How to setup a LinkedIn Account

https://youtu.be/zHEuhjSOdtE

The New LinkedIn Experience 2017

https://youtu.be/fNykFiTKFKc

 How to Use Pinterest

Pinterest: https://youtu.be/letk2hPOXzc

Hootsuite Beginner Tutorial – How To Manage Your Social Media Accounts : https://youtu.be/8LEtIQFv1bE

 

Female Genital Cutting and HIV Transmission: Is There an Association?
Posted: Feb 6, 2017
Category: Health and rights

Female Genital Cutting and HIV Transmission: Is There an Association?

Female Genital Cutting (FGC) refers to the practice of surgically removing all or part of the female external genitalia for non-medical purposes. It is a common practice in many countries in Africa, the Middle East, and to a lesser extent, Asia. Over 130 million women worldwide have undergone this procedure, and over 2 million women and girls are sub-ject to it every year. Various complications have been described, including infection, hemorrhage, genitourinary and obstetric complications, as well as psychological sequelae. Since the beginning of the HIV epidemic, a few reports have also described a potentially elevated risk of HIV transmission among women with FGC. In this report, we aim to review the evidence and identify unanswered questions and research gaps regarding a potential association between FGC and HIV transmission.

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