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For Dr. Rousseau “my whole career was a post-traumatic reaction to that war”

August 16, 2021 | Author: Royal College Staff
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A mission trip to Guatemala sparked a newfound passion to serve and advocate on behalf of refugees and asylum seekers. Dr. Cécile Rousseau is our 2021 Teasdale-Corti recipient.

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A quest to learn from the best

November 10, 2020 | Author: Royal College Staff
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After practising Gastroenterology for more than 13 years, Dr. Ralph Lee spent seven months in Japan to learn a new technique for removing difficult, often oversized polyps.

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Promoting kangaroo mother care in low-resource countries

September 24, 2020 | Author: Royal College Staff
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A group of Canadian and American universities will be using Royal College funding to develop a new learning and implementation program that will help save newborn lives.

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Teaching sustainable craniofacial surgical skills in Ukraine

September 24, 2020 | Author: Royal College Staff
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Craniofacial trauma is widespread in Ukraine. Dr. Tara-Lynn Teshima and volunteers from Sunnybrook will be using Royal College funding to help physicians apply new techniques.

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Simulation training in low-resource countries

September 24, 2020 | Author: Royal College Staff
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Find out how Dr. Patricia Livingston is leading a team to make simulation training widely available in low-resource settings, and how Royal College funding will help.

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Improving faculty development for African oncologists

September 24, 2020 | Author: Royal College Staff
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Most of the world’s cancer deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. Dr. Nazik Hammad and her team will be using Royal College funding to help train local oncologists.

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