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jueves, 17 de diciembre de 2015

Medicina de Emergencia Internacional

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ALiEM - By Sean Kivlehan - December 17th, 2015
"First and foremost, international emergency medicine (IEM) is a big tent. We’ve got clinicians with an interest in tropical medicine and trauma, systems experts, inventors, educators, missionary families, public health experts, thrill-seekers, and policymakers. A disaster response specialist who has a “go bag” packed at all times ready for deployment belongs in this tent, as does an epidemiologist based in the U.S. who analyzes data on cholera outbreaks in refugee camps. Because it’s a relatively new specialty there is the occasional squabble about what does and does not constitute IEM, but generally we agree that we are working together to improve the state of health for people in our world. Our specialty allows us to work in a multitude of settings and clinical environments, something that no other specialty can do.
If you have ever considered getting involved in IEM, or just want to know what on earth your colleagues are doing all that time when they disappear from the department and return a month later sunburned with red mud caked on their shoes, here is an overview of just some of the possibilities..."
http://www.aliem.com/what-is-international-emergency-medicine/