In this episode we talk about the rapidly growing field of international emergency medicine, and how you can get involved in this movement. Dr. Kate Douglass, a fellowship director of international emergency medicine at George Washington University, and Dr. Steve Andescavage, an ER physician from Lincoln City, Oregon, help to define this field of medicine, and share some of their own experiences they have had abroad.
There are a lot of great resources offered up in this episode. You can find the link to the Emergency Residency Association here.
The International Emergency Medicine Fellowships website is an excellent data base for exploring all of the international EM fellowship programs across the country.
The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine website offers information regarding all emergency medicine fellowship programs, not only those in international emergency medicine.
And finally, Dr. Andescavage mentions the Health Emergencies in Large Populations (HELP) course offered at Johns Hopkins University. More information about this course can be found here.
Thanks for tuning in!
Annaleigh Boggess, MS3
Oregon Health and Sciences University