International

Dominica

Faculty and residents traveled to the Commonwealth of Dominica and conducted midwife and birth attendant training in Helping Babies Breathe for over 70 students.  The trip was a great success and welcomed by the Ministry of Health and the State School of Nursing.  Students from Ross University also attended and assisted with the training.

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Ghana

In 2014 Dr Jeff Bosworth and his daughter Kristen participated in teaching of midlevel practitioners in Ghana.

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Guatemala

Dr Trang Vo, a third-year resident at Shasta Community Health Center recently completed a 4 week elective in Guatemala (March 2015).

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Tanzania

Dr McMullin is certified as a Master Trainer for Helping Babies Breathe (HBB), an international initiative of USAID , AAP and Laerdal Pharmaceuticals.

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Vietnam

Dr. Ron Sand, faculty in the residency program at Shasta Community Health Center, spent six months in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam assisting with the development of a hospice and palliative care program.

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