Recent Projects Continued
Loma Linda University has been involved in a project in Hangzhou, China over the past eight years. LLU emergency medicine has participated in emergency medicine development in the 700-bed hospital, including emergency medical training, assessment courses, residency program development, and EMS development.
|Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands||The South Pacific Islands are a beautiful and interesting place to visit. Health-care systems, however, are rudimentary. Basic health-care assessment courses were offered as well as direct clinical experience in the treatment of many tropical diseases.|
|Tanzania||Fellows have participated in health-care development of basic medical clinics. Many health conditions not commonly seen in US-based training are seen here.|
|Central America||Fellows have been involved with trauma and disaster preparation training in Guatemala, Panama, and Nicaragua.|
|India||Basic trauma assessment courses were given to rural hospital staff. In addition, acute care courses were taught at a medical school.|
|Cuba||Fellows participated in conferences focusing on emergency medicine topics to physicians in Cuba.|
|Afghanistan||Loma Linda University has been a partner of the Kabul Medical Institute for over forty years and has provided assistance in curriculum development, teaching, and systems development.|
|International emergency medicine conferences||
Fellows participate in international emergency conferences courses in many areas of the world. Recent meetings include those held in New York, Spain, Cuba, India, and Australia.
To contact us:
Phone: (909) 558-4344
Fax: (909) 558-0121
11234 Anderson Street, Room A108
Post Office Box 2000
Loma Linda, California 92354