The AOSIS scholarly book, “Collaborative Capacity Development to Complement Stroke Rehabilitation”, edited by Quinette Louw, has been included in MEDLINE NCBI Bookshelf.
“The acceptance of our E-book, Collaborative Capacity Development to Complement Stroke Rehabilitation marks a remarkable achievement for each co-author and our institution, Stellenbosch University. This book cements the value of rehabilitation in enhancing the lives of people with disabilities due to stroke within an African context. This celebratory moment is the culmination of meaningful partnerships with all contributing authors, the publisher, AOSIS, and financial support from Stellenbosch University.” – Quinette Louw (ed.)
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