Beau Briese

Community and International Work Details

  • Project Title:  Stanford Emergency Medicine International
  • Location:  International
  • This an ongoing project:  Yes
  • There are opportunities for student involvement in work:  Yes
  • Description:  International Heath Systems consulting, design, and implementation by SEMI lead by S.V. Mahadevan, M. Strehlow, and R. Walker Check out our website at:http://emed.stanford.edu/education/international/ Check us out on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/216385891815244/ Here's a list of the projects I've been involved in: Rwanda (2013-Present) Provided proposal to Rwanda Ministry of Health to enhance the capabilities of their Emergency Medical Services (EMS) system India (2012-Present) Helped to create a video assisted training program on pediatric emergency medicine for physicians working in emergency departments throughout India. Also helped to teach the trainers of Emergency Medical Technicians in Hyderabad. All through our partnership with GVK EMRI (Emergency Medicine Research Institute). Cambodia (2011-Present) Helped to modernize the training and practices of emergency physicians nationwide with our partners University Research Corporation (URC) and the Cambodia Ministry of Health. Nepal (2010) Helped design and create the first EMS system with trained Emergency Medical Technicians in Nepal with our partner the Nepal Ambulance Service

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