Coordinator Contact Information
Tom Robbins, MD and Gayle Woodson, MD
Medical Students and Residents are required to do a clinical research project. And need mentors. There are SO many issues that need to be studied.
Purpose of Initiative
To teach in a developing Otolaryngology program. Our goal is to have continual faculty coverage by volunteers.
Typical Service Commitment
Ideally one to two months, but 2 weeks would be adequate. Teaching residents and medical students in clinic and operating room and in anatomy lab.
- Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
- General Otolaryngology
- Head and Neck Surgery / Oncology
- Rediatric Otolaryngology
- Rhinology and Allergy
Volunteers pay their own airfare. Housing is provided. Volunteer pays for electricity and food.
English is sufficient. Swahili is helpful.
- Physician (anesthesiologist)
- Registered Nurse (medicine/surgery)
- Registered Nurse (operating room)
- Surgeon (otolaryngologist)
- Office-Based Otolaryngology
Last Updated: 03/11/2016