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9 papers 25 to 100 followers Collection of articles relating to medicine abroad from the prospective of US academic health centers and residency programs
By Cristina Novak MS4 - Temple University School of Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24341582/clinical-and-translational-research-in-global-health-and-emergency-care-a-research-agenda
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Michael S Runyon, Hendry R Sawe, Adam C Levine, Amelia Pousson, Darlene R House, Pooja Agrawal, Maxwell Osei-Ampofo, Scott G Weiner, Katherine Douglass
As policy-makers increasingly recognize emergency care to be a global health priority, the need for high-quality clinical and translational research in this area continues to grow. As part of the proceedings of the 2013 Academic Emergency Medicine consensus conference, this article discusses the importance of: 1) including clinical and translational research in the initial emergency care development plan, 2) defining the burden of acute disease and the barriers to conducting research in resource-limited settings, 3) assessing the appropriateness and effectiveness of local and global acute care guidelines within the local context, 4) studying the local research infrastructure needs to understand the best methods to build a sustainable research infrastructure, and 5) studying the long-term effects of clinical research programs on health care systems...
December 2013: Academic Emergency Medicine: Official Journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23893360/what-is-the-current-status-of-global-health-activities-and-opportunities-in-us-orthopaedic-residency-programs
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R Carter Clement, Yoonhee P Ha, Bartholt Clagett, Ginger E Holt, John P Dormans
BACKGROUND: Interest in developing national health care has been increasing in many fields of medicine, including orthopaedics. One manifestation of this interest has been the development of global health opportunities during residency training. QUESTIONS/PURPOSES: We assessed global health activities and opportunities in orthopaedic residency in terms of resident involvement, program characteristics, sources of funding and support, partner site relationships and geography, and program director opinions on global health participation and the associated barriers...
November 2013: Clinical Orthopaedics and related Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22965869/global-health-initiatives-of-us-otolaryngology-residency-programs-2011-global-health-initiatives-survey-results
#3
Peter G Volsky, John T Sinacori
OBJECTIVES/HYPOTHESIS: The objectives of this work were to quantify the involvement of US otolaryngology residency programs in global health endeavors, identify goals and services provided, and determine the participation of residents and fellows. STUDY DESIGN: Cross-sectional survey of US otolaryngology faculty. METHODS: A 10-point online questionnaire was distributed to 103 US otolaryngology residency program directors; all faculty involved in global health volunteerism were invited to participate...
November 2012: Laryngoscope
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22278174/the-resident-decision-making-process-in-global-health-education-appraising-factors-influencing-participation
#4
Jonathan Castillo, Heidi Castillo, Lisa Ayoub-Rodriguez, Jeanine E Jennings, Kareen Jones, Sara Oliver, Charles J Schubert, Thomas Dewitt
The globalization of pediatric graduate medical education is ongoing; thus, this study was conducted to begin to explore the nature of resident interest in global health (GH) training and to further identify potentially modifiable factors influencing participation in away rotations. The authors surveyed all residents at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center to identify factors influencing participation in education efforts and away rotations. With a participation rate of 79.4% (n = 143), 5 key factors emerged as most significant in the decision-making process amid all participants...
May 2012: Clinical Pediatrics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22250939/the-curriculum-development-process-for-an-international-emergency-medicine-rotation
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Mark McIntosh, Colleen Kalynych, Elizabeth Devos, Mohsen Akhlaghi, Todd Wylie
BACKGROUND: Completion of electives abroad is not a new phenomenon for physicians in training. Benefits to the physician and the host country's population have been sufficiently described in the literature; however, many academic residency programs lack an international health curriculum that incorporates both the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education's core and specialty-specific competencies. DESCRIPTION: The goal of this project was to develop a curriculum for emergency medicine residents completing International Emergency Medicine (IEM) rotations...
2012: Teaching and Learning in Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/20730427/improving-surgical-services-in-developing-nations-getting-to-go
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Danny O Jacobs
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
November 2010: World Journal of Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/18520457/involvement-abroad-of-u-s-academic-health-centers-and-major-teaching-hospitals-the-developing-landscape
#7
Michael G Merritt, Chris J Railey, Steven A Levin, Robert K Crone
PURPOSE: To compile information about major offshore clinical, education, and research programs and operations of U.S. academic health centers (AHCs) and major teaching hospitals, and to describe how these offshore activities relate to each institution's underlying mission and to the organizational mechanisms that link the activities to the organization's core mission while protecting the organization from potential risks. METHOD: The authors collected information regarding the major offshore activities of 16 AHCs and major teaching hospitals from a variety of sources during the months of March to May 2007...
June 2008: Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/16607681/surgery-in-developing-nations
#8
E Q Archampong
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
May 2006: British Journal of Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/10893115/should-u-s-academic-health-centers-play-a-leadership-role-in-global-health-initiatives-observations-from-three-years-in-china
#9
J C Kolars
Based on his work in Shanghai, China, the author believes that U.S. academic health centers (AHCs) should take a leadership role in global health initiatives. While acknowledging that most AHCs already have focused projects involving research or education with foreign institutions, he proposes a greater coordination of these projects into programs that, in some areas, could also be linked to clinical delivery systems where care may be provided. These AHC "platforms" overseas would be structured as a partnership between an AHC in the United States and one in the foreign country where the platform is located, to promote their missions of education, research, and service...
April 2000: Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
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