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Mwanza, Tanzania from Anesthesia's Matt McEvoy

This post was written by Matt McEvoy, MD

Mwanza, Tanzania from Anesthesia's Matt McEvoy

Again, I am excited by the educational opportunities at Bugando. Rob’s efforts are reflective of what can happen as our department makes a concerted effort over the next 5-10 years at Bugando.

Mwanza, Tanzania from Anesthesia Program Director's Perspective

This post was written by Matt McEvoy, MD

Mwanza, Tanzania from Anesthesia Program Director's Perspective

Rob Bartlett and I travelled to Mwanza, Tanzania in October and November of this year. Rob was there for a month and I was there for two weeks. While there, we picked up on the great work that Carlee Clark had previously done, and the story continued….

Haydom, Tanzania - Excerpts from MUSC Anesthesia

This post was written by Carlee Clark, MD

Haydom, Tanzania - Excerpts from MUSC Anesthesia

This past September I had the opportunity to return to Haydom, Tanzania. This trip was special for many reasons.

Djole African Dance and Drum Company

Based in the small community of Union Heights, in North Charleston, South Carolina, United States, Djole is an African dance and drum company that was formed in 1999 as an avenue to get disadvantaged, inner-city youth off the streets and away from drugs and crime.

One Brain at a Time, part 2: Are medical missions doing more harm than good?
By Tony Bartelme
The Post and Courier
Originally published 12:00 a.m., July 26, 2010
Updated 02:25 p.m., July 26, 2010
 

More than 500 groups around the world run upward of 6,000 short-term medical missions a year.

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