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Multidisciplinary Approach

RAD-AID International has partnerships with over 43 radiology institutions from Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, and the Americas. Teams travel to 27 partner nations; volunteers include radiologists, radiologic technologists, radiation therapists, nurses, medical physicists, and other health professionals to provide a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to addressing global health gaps in radiology. Sign-up for more information about RAD-AID I

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RAD-AID & SNMMI Scholarship

RAD-AID International is now accepting applications for the 2018 Hyman-Ghesani RAD-AID SNMMI Global Health Scholarship. The purpose of the Hyman-Ghesani RAD-AID SNMMI Global Health Scholarship is to improve access to quality medical imaging for populations in poor and medically underserved regions of the world. Recipients of the Hyman Ghesani Scholarship awards will have opportunities in educational training, research, direct on-site assistance

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Growth in Tanzania

RAD-AID International is leading nursing, nuclear medicine, radiation oncology, and radiology initiatives in Tanzania. Interdisciplinary volunteers had Stop the Bleed, Basic Life Support, and patient care educational workshops with colleagues in Arusha. RAD-AID radiation oncology volunteers are on-site now conducting assessments in Mwanza. Sign-up for more information about RAD-AID International and volunteer opportunities!

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2017 RAD-AID Conference Registration

Registration for the 9th annual 2017 RAD-AID Conference on International Radiology and Global Health is open! You are welcome to attend the 2017 RAD-AID Conference on Saturday, November 4, 2017. Based on RAD-AID's  affiliation with the United Nations and WHO, this year’s meeting will be again held at the WHO Headquarters in Washington DC at the Pan American Health Organization Building, located near the Lincoln Memorial. Learn more about the

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