International Trips

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Current Annual Trips

Global Health Rotation in Kigali, Rwanda - February/March

Global Health Rotation in Harare, Zimbabwe - October

You will need to provide the following:

  1. Name
  2. Clinical Year
  3. 500-word response
  4. CV

Application: Click here!


Catalog of Volunteer Service Trips

Locations
Faculty
Affiliation
Cases
Calendar
Contact Information
Gitwe, Rwanda
Jeremy Collins
Medical Missions for Children
Thyroidectomy, Cleft Lip, Cleft Palate
Typically March
ajpanes@stanford.edu
Kigali and Butare, Rwanda Ana Crawford, Melanie Gipp, Denise Chan ASA/CASIEF Teaching Anesthesia to Rwandan residents: Didactic and Intra-operative February ana9120@stanford.edu
Harare, Zimbabwe Ana M. Crawford, Rebecca McGoldrick NECTAR/Stanford Teaching and Education development in Peri-operative care  Variable ana9120@stanford.edu
Nicaragua/Guatemala
Ed Riley
Private
Pediatric Ophthamology (20-25 cases over 1 week)
Variable

edriley@stanford.edu

www.Eyegive.org

1) Philippines

2) Guayaquil, Ecuador

Ed Mariano

1) Philippine American Group of Educators and Surgeons (PAGES)

2) Project Perfect World (PPW)

1) Craniofacial birth defects and deformities related to burn injuries

2) Pediatric orthopedic surgery

Variable
ermariano@gmail.com
Bangledesh/India/
Venezuela/Guatemala
Fred Mihm
Rotaplast, Interplast
Cleft lip and palate, Microtia repair, Burn contractures, Hand surgery
Variable
fmihm@stanford.edu
Cusco, Peru
Ethan Jackson
Medical Missions for Children
Microtia repair, cleft lip and palate repaire
Typically May
ethanjackson@yahoo.com


Click here to view this table on a separate page.

Funding for Residents(click here)


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Other Global Opportunities

The following is a list of other global medical resources:

Click here to view this list on a separate page.

Resident Feedback and Trip Reports

Resident feedback is important for both education and improvement of this program.

Click here to download the Resident Feedback Form

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Trip Reports

As our logs grow, we will begin making them available at our Blog:Trip Reports which will allow for discussion and comments. We hope these logs will become a valuable repository for education and reference.

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