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Global Teaching and Learning in the Health Sciences

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Summer Hanson
Elizabeth Rice, PhD, RN (bio)
Robert J. Dempsey, MD (bio)
Douglas Dulli, MD (bio)
Jill Schiff Boissonnault, PT, PhD (bio)
Lee T. Dresang, MD (bio)
Robert Yang, BA (bio)

February 4 2009

1 hour and 25 minutes

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This video contains the following presentations related to Global Teaching and Learning in the Health Sciences from the 2009 Global Health Symposium:

Global Health, Cultural Diversity and Study Abroad Nursing Student Experiences by Elizabeth Rice, RN, PhD

The Case for Training Surgical Subspecialists in developing Countries: The Foundation for International Education in Neurological Surgery and Attempts to Reverse the Maldistribution of Health Care in the developing World by Robert J. Dempsey, MD

Educational Benefits of 1-4 Week Medical Missions in the Developing World for Students of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health by Douglas Dulli, MD, MS

UW-Madison Physical Therapy Service-Learning Project: Rehab in Punta Gorda, Belize by Jill Schiff Boissonnault, PT, PhD

Global Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO®) and Basic Life Support in Obstetrics (BLSO®)
Lee T. Dresang, MD

Assessing the Impact of a Global Health Experience in Plastic Surgery Residency by Robert Yang, BA

Partner:

Center for Global Health

Series:

Global Health Institute Series

Categories:

Global Health

Tags:

ALSO, Belize, BLSO, Cultural Diversity, Developing Countries, Eduplast, Global Health, GLSO, Medical Missions, Mexico, Nairobi, Neurosurgery, Nicaragua, Nursing, Obstetrics, Physical Therapy, Plastic Surgery, Service Learning, Study Abroad, Surgical Subspecialties
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