Collaboration between the McMaster University Global Health Office and Departments of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Anesthesia, and Surgery
Global Surgery is "an area of study, research, practice, and advocacy, that seeks to improve health outcomes and achieve health equity for all people who need surgical and anesthesia care, with a special emphasis on underserved populations and populations in crisis. It uses collaborative, cross-sectoral, and transnational approaches and is a synthesis of population-based strategies with individual surgical and anesthesia care"
- Dare, et al., 2014, The Lancet, 384(9961), 2245-2247.
When: WEDNESDAY MAY 27, 2020 at 0715
Where: McMaster University Medical Centre, 4E20
Keynote Presenter: Dr. Dylan Bould MB, ChB, MRCP, FRCA, Med
Talk: "Partnerships to develop capacity for Global Surgery and Anesthesia”
Dylan is an associate professor in the Department of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, and the Department of Innovation in Medical Education at the University of Ottawa. He trained in anesthesia at University College London and did fellowships in medical education at Toronto’s St Michael’s Hospital, Pediatric Anesthesia at SickKids and Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. While in Toronto he undertook a Masters in Education at the U of T.
Dylan has a long interest in global health, and worked in both Nepal and Kenya as a resident. As a staff he helped to found the University of Zambia anesthesia residency program in 2010, training the first anesthesiologists in Zambia since independence in 1964. He is the Chair of CASIEF (the Canadian Anesthesiologists Society International Education Foundation) which has partnerships to support residency education in Rwanda, Ethiopia, Guyana and Burkina Faso. He also sits on Education Committee of the World Federation of Societies of Anesthesiology. He recently returned from a sabbatical year in Rwanda, where he was working with the department of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Emergency Medicine.
Open to students, residents, clinicians, and faculty. Video-conferencing to Hamilton clinical sites Available.