VISION

Create novel partnerships and practical solutions to bring timely, quality emergency care to all people.

Mission

Improve and sustain the emergency health outcomes of communities worldwide via leadership in innovative education, clinical care, research and service to the global community.

Values

The Global Emergency Care Initiative is committed to:

  • Delivering outstanding programmatic implementation, including rigorous evaluation necessary to demonstrate impact;

  • Supporting training of health professionals, managers and others to improve performance of emergency care delivery within national health systems;

  • Providing action-oriented research to define adaptive solutions that reach all people, effectively and efficiently;

  • Promoting access to essential emergency services in all places at all times.

We will achieve these commitments through:

  • Excellence in mission

  • Equitable, trustful collaborations

  • Local engagement

  • Context-appropriate solutions

  • Sustainability and cost-effectiveness

  • Rigorous evaluation and accountability

Strategy

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PILLAR 1: CLINICAL CARE

Provide pragmatic implementation of emergency clinical care solutions that deliver outstanding performance & build effective networks in varying resource contexts.


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PILLAR 2: EDUCATION

Educate and expand a broad portfolio of human resources- both domestically and internationally-trained to improve service delivery by matching priority health problems with essential resources, emphasizing multi-disciplinary approaches and leadership development.


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PILLAR 3: RESEARCH

Support research efforts and growth of research networks able to transform evidence-based findings into distinct policy options that promote, protect and restore health.


PILLAR 4: SERVICE TO GLOBAL COMMUNITY

Collect, analyze, synthesize and disseminate high quality information needed to ensure specific health risks and health system issues are understood and adequately prioritized by key stakeholders.

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