Listen and engage in the rapidly evolving world of global emergency care.
What to do with tranexamic acid? (Drs. Emilie Calvello Hynes, Taylor Burkholder and Lance Ray)
Interview with Dr. Lee Wallis – Listen to Dr. Wallis tell us how he has created a career in global emergency care
Bio: Professor Lee Alan Wallis is Head of Emergency Medicine for the Western Cape Government, Professor and Head of the Division of Emergency Medicine at the University of Cape Town and Professor and Head of the Division of Emergency Medicine at Stellenbosch University. He is responsible for clinical governance and training within the government EMS system and 40 hospital Emergency Departments. His division comprises undergraduate medical students, 60 residents, over 100 Masters students and 25 PhD students.
Lee is Immediate Past President of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine. He was Founder and President of the African Federation for Emergency Medicine from 2009-2016. He is Editor in Chief of the African Journal of Emergency Medicine, and has authored several book chapters and around 200 journal articles. He edited the Oxford University Press AFEM handbook of Acute and Emergency Care, has been involved in the development of emergency care systems in several Africa countries, is a consultant to WHO, and consults widely for academic institutions and governments in low resource settings.
What’s Happening Now – Stay connected to where the world of global emergency medicine is going.
Intro Podcast: GECI faculty introduce the current issues in global emergency care (Drs. Emilie Calvello Hynes, Jennifer Bellow, Matt Zuckerman) (Listen to Podcast)
Hear our stories about bringing emergency care worldwide!
New post on sustainable global health engagement on the GECI blog!