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EM:RAP GO - The Entire World Needs Emergency Medicine Now

Mel Herbert, MD MBBS FAAEM and Regan Marsh, MD
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Dr. Marsh outlines the reason that global health leaders are now looking to training Emergency Medicine physicians in low and middle income countries. Dr. Henrys outlines his reason for becoming one of Haiti’s first Emergency Medicine physicians. Dr. Herbert gives a short overview of how the non-profit EM:RAP GO program hopes to accelerate EM education in these emerging residencies.

The Entire World Needs Emergency Medicine Now

Regan Marsh, MD

Instructor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Emergency Medicine

Director of Infrastructure, Biomedical and Pharmaceuticals for Partners In Health (PIH)

 

Philippe Dimitri Henrys, MD

Université Notre Dame d'Haïti

Hôpital Universitaire de Mirebalais

 

Mel Herbert, MD

Professor of Emergency Medicine

CEO EM:RAP and EM:RAPGO

 

References and Links:

 

Partners in Health

 

Regan H Marsh, Shada A Rouhani, Paul Pierre, Paul E Farmer Lancet Vol 3 (52) April 2015

 

J. B. L., M.D. -

We in Israel ( EM recognized only since 1999) support this initiative
Would be happy to help out

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