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.
Through a train-the-trainer approach, Dr. Carol Hitchon and Dr. Rosie Scuccimarri are using an IDAC grant to establish Rheumatology capacity in Rwanda.
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.
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.
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.
With the support of an IDAC grant, Dr. Claire Weeks and Dr. Peter Wing are building a residency training program in Nepal to build local capacity in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialty.