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Open Access for Africa: Home

Open access resources for students and health workers in developing countries

Browse Open Access Journals

BrowZine consolidates peer-reviewed journals and delivers them to your mobile device or computer. There are over 200 open access titles from BioMed Central and PLoS

  • Go to https://browzine.com/ and select Open Access.
  • Browse by subject area
  • Create a personal bookshelf of favorite journals

OAA Search Engine

This search engine filters your search to prioritize results from open access journals and databases in Nursing and Medicine. Use it to enjoy timely unrestricted access to the most current credible health related content for free!

Objectives of Open Access for Africa (OAA)

Cognizant of the challenges faced by students and health workers in developing countries, this site aspires to break the barriers that hamper access to credible scholarly information. It offers a succinct orientation on how to optimize online searching and provides links to Open Access Journals, Lectures & Clinical skills, eBooks and Databases. Additionally, the incorporated OAA Search Engine optimizes your search by yielding results from credible websites with Open Access provisions. 

Navigating the Site

About Us

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LibGuide created to support of efforts of Kenya Heart and Sole to promote global health, research and service learning.

Site supported by University of Massachusetts Boston College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Healey Library and the Office of International & Transnational Affairs.


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