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The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is the international not-for-profit, research and development centre within the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Adelaide, South Australia.

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    The JBI Library is a repository for publications and information for policy makers, health professionals, health scientists and others with a practical or academic interest in evidence based healthcare.



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    Joanna Briggs Foundation

    Over the last two decades, the JBI has undertaken considerable work in developing nations with vulnerable populations. We have done this by providing sponsored access to resources that correlate with local needs. However, the ability to provide and expand this service to those most vulnerable in developing nations is impacted by the availability of local clinicians trained in how to use these resources.
    Mindful of this, the Joanna Briggs Foundation (JBF) is working to raise funds that enable health professionals from developing nations to travel to Adelaide, South Australia, to undertake training with the JBI in their most critical areas of need.

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