COVID-19 Pandemic: Medical and Pharmacy Education in Nigeria




Pharmacy Education, Medical Education, Students, Pandemic, COVID-19, 2019-nCOV, SARS-CoV-2, Nigeria


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How to Cite

Adebisi, Y. A., Agboola, P. ., & Okereke, M. (2020). COVID-19 Pandemic: Medical and Pharmacy Education in Nigeria. International Journal of Medical Students, 8(2), 162–164.

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