Join more than 1,800 scientists, faculty, students, and implementers from over 50 countries—from academia, NGOs, government and the private sector—to learn how we can address pressing international and domestic global health, and development challenges. March 8-10, 2019, Hilton Chicago Hotel.
On May 3, 2018, the Harvard Global Anesthesia Initiative met at Dr. Lena Dohlman’s house. A presentation was given by Dr. Bushra Taha, a recent graduate of the MGH Anesthesia Residency program. Dr. Taha spoke about her experience teaching
“Pediatric Anesthesia in Developing Countries” Date: Tuesday, May 9th Time: 6:30- 8:30 PM Location: Elephant House, 68 Post Island Road Quincy, MA 02169 Hosts: Drs Charles Cote and Annette Schure RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org Dinner will be available Bring your favorite dessert!
The Harvard Global Anesthesia Initiative (HGAI) would like to invite you to a Journal Club on the role of Ketamine in low resource countries. The journal club will take place on Thursday, December 15th, 6PM at Dr. Lena Dohlman’s residence in Brookline. 97 Francis Street Brookline, MA
Join us for the next HGAI dinner and journal club the evening of September 15th from 6:30 to 8:30 PM, hosted by Dr. Craig McClain of Boston Children’s Hospital. We will be discussing the following two articles: Global Surgery 2030: a roadmap for high income
HGAI members met for dinner and discussion on Thurs, March 24th. in the home of Lena Dohlman. The editorial “We Need More Reports of Global Health Anesthesia Articles” and article “Anesthesia Capacity in 22 Low And Middle Income Countries” were
Global Health Case Studies from a Biosocial Perspective Begins February 23, 2016 A free 12 week online course via Harvard edX. From the course website (linked above): This introductory global health course aims to frame global health’s collection of problems and
Training program, year Anesthesia, Brigham and Women’s Hospital CA-3 Destination The anesthesia department at Kijabe Hospital, Kijabe, Kenya (60km west of Nairobi) Sponsor and funding Funding was provided by a sponsorship from the Benjamin H. Josephson Fund (bhjfund.org) and Samaritan’s
The Boston Launch of the Lancet Global Surgery Commission will be hosted at Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts on May 6th. Entitled “Global Surgery 2030: building a movement for sustainable, resilient health systems” this launch event will be a full day of