Our Master of Global Surgical Care (MGSC) and the Graduate Certificate in Global Surgical Care (GCGSC) have just opened up for applications for September 2021.
Courses are completely online and allow flexibility to pursue studies while completing other studies or while employed. The curriculum is innovative and covers relevant, timely topics that are beneficial for surgical care professionals across many disciplines, including:
· surgical care in rural and remote indigenous communities;
· global disabilities
· program planning and evaluation
· clinical research methods in surgical care
· surgical care in humanitarian disaster response
Students have the opportunity to participate in a unique online learning community with one another and to engage with our instructors who are highly qualified and highly regarded experts in their fields.
Click here to view the MGSC flyer.
Click here to view the GCGSC flyer
20th International Congress on Pediatric Pulmonology
June 24-27, 2021
Register for the course here.
The course program can be found here.
The European Society of Thoracic Imaging (ESTI) Winter Course
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9th International Congress on Magnetic Resonance Imaging & 26th Annual Scientific Meeting of KSMRM (ICMRI 2021)
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NCRP Now Offering CMEs
The National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) is pleased to announce a new program to offer Category 1 Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA) Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credits to Physicians on radiation protection-related topics. Please see the attached flyer for more information.
Reaching the Peak: A Science & Technology Career Summit
June 30, 2021, from 11-6 p.m. ET
During this one-day virtual event, early career researchers will have the opportunity to explore an array of career paths, network with fellow researchers, participate in professional development workshops, and engage in meaningful discussions around issues critical to the success of the R&D ecosystem.
Sample workshops and topics the Summit will explore:
• Resume and CV Development
• Effective Science Communication
• Science Policy and Advocacy
• Fostering Successful Mentorships
Early career researchers in biomedical, public health, or other health-related disciplines are invited to attend, including graduate students in Master’s, PhD, MD, PharmD, or similar degree programs, recent graduates, Postdocs/Fellows, and early-career employees.
Early career researchers at your organization can register for this exciting event via the link below. Space is limited.
Register for the Summit!
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