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What is your professional background? I am a medical doctor, specifically a resident surgeon. I am from Haiti, and I am currently working in Haiti. My goal is to become a surgeon, specifically a city surgeon. I came to the US in 2013 for my training in a New Mexico Hospital, where I spent two… Continue reading Putting a standard on medical practice: An interview with resident Doctor Junior Oriol
What is your professional background? I work in Kisumu County Department of Health as a medical epidemiologist and also coordinate data to action for the CHAMPS mortality study in Kisumu, Kenya. Kisumu is one of 47 counties in Kenya with a population of over one million people. I work mostly on research and epidemiological investigations,… Continue reading Translating research into action: An interview with Medical Epidemiologist Elizabeth Oele
What is your current position? I’m currently a family medicine resident. I am doing my family medicine residency in Kenya, where we have three teaching mission hospitals. One of them is Kijabe Hospital, another is Chogoria Hospital, and the Tenwek, Mission Hospital. I am doing rotations within the three hospitals and helping underserved areas in… Continue reading The network has been created: An interview with Resident Doctor Boaz Niyinyumva
Two years ago, Dr. Leonard Kabongo set out to improve the quality of childbirth care for women and infants at the Gobabis District Hospital in Namibia using the World Health Organization’s Safe Childbirth Checklist. With support from Ariadne Labs, Dr. Kabongo led a year-long checklist implementation effort that has transformed childbirth delivery in the hospital… Continue reading Safe Childbirth Checklist Case Study: Success at Gobabis hospital sparks national rollout in Namibia