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2016 Presentations - Mombasa, Kenya

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mombasa Kenya, December 5-7, 2016

 

We had a very successful ASAP Annual Meeting in Mombasa Kenya in December of 2016.  Read more about it here and see below for the presentations generously shared by our speakers.

 

Presentations:

Steve Bickler, ASAP President:  Overview of ISS

John Tarpley:  Revisiting “Rhetoric or Reality”

Jennifer O’Flaherty:  Capacity Building Instead of Mission Work – CASIEF and HRH Anesthesia in Rwanda                                 

Eric Borgstein:  Clinical Officer Surgical Training (COST) Africa, Malawi

Steve Bickler:  The Elephant in the Room: Financing Surgery and Anesthesia in settings of limited resources

Maggie Tarpley:  Getting to Win-Win

Charles Kabetu:  Challenges in Training, Deployment and Retention of Anaesthesia providers in Kenya                                                                                  

Paula Lee, Jane Numagga and Carolyn Nakisige:  Tailoring Cervical Cancer Care in LMICs: Current Uganda Experience

Charles Kabetu:  Creating, Adapting and Applying Standards in surgical/ anesthetic patient care:   The Operation Smile Inc. Model

Faustin Ntiyirenganya:  Impact of international collaborations in surgical trainings in LMICs: A review of 10 years’ experience of surgical residency at the University of Rwanda

Steve Bickler:  Research Opportunities in Global Surgery + Anesthesia

Kathleen Casey and Denis Robson:  The NGO Forum – a Platform for Fostering Collaboration