Giving back to the community of medicine through Royal College International
“The experience builds perspective.” Dr. Marcia Clark reflects on what she’s gained through international work.
Improving epilepsy care in the Caribbean
Dr. Dang Khoa Nguyen and a group of neurologists with the Canadian League Against Epilepsy are using IDAC funding to support their work to improve how epilepsy is diagnosed and managed in the Caribbean.
Expanding Rheumatology practice in Rwanda
Through a train-the-trainer approach, Dr. Carol Hitchon and Dr. Rosie Scuccimarri are using an IDAC grant to establish Rheumatology capacity in Rwanda.
Teaching point-of-care ultrasound in Ethiopia
As point-of-care ultrasound becomes more common in Ethiopia, the need for practitioners to use it grows. Learn how Dr. Anne Aspler and team are using an IDAC grant to build a fellowship that will increase the region’s capacity.
Working with trainees to treat non-communicable diseases
Dr. Clarfield and team are using an IDAC grant to increase capacity in Ethiopia by training physicians to use point-of-care ultrasound and by teaching the appropriate use of bone marrow biopsy via simulation training.
Delivering hybrid digital trauma training to rural Kenya
Dr. Ronald Lett is using an IDAC grant to deliver a hybrid trauma course that will contribute to sustainable capacity building and result in critical front-line care for millions of Kenyans.