Spotlight

2017 RAD-AID Conference Successful

RAD-AID 2017 was attended by 273 registrants and attendees on November 4, 2017. We thank all those who were able to join us to participate in this dynamic dialogue on global health radiology for underserved regions. We thank the World Health Organization's Pan American Health Organization (WHO/PAHO) for hosting RAD-AID. We will soon post information on how to register for the 2018 RAD-AID Conference, which will commemorate RAD-AID's 10 years of r

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International Nurses Day Event

Our International Nurses Day Event, at the United Nations in NY on May 12, 2017 is now sold out with a waitlist. This free event is held at 10AM-2:15 PM, and includes presentations, awards, information tables on international nursing opportunities, and lunch, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. All who are interested in global health outreach (nurses, physicians, public health specialists, technologists, engineers, business leaders, ...

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RAD-AID Wins IBM Health Corps Award

 

health corps logo with iconsRAD-AID wins grant from IBM Health Corps to work on international health information technologies, including cloud data storage, PACS, and radiology for our partner hospitals in low and middle-income countries. RAD-AID has also partnered with SIIM so that SIIM members can work in RAD-AID teams abroad. For opportunities to volunteer in RAD-AID Information Technology team, please see RAD-AID Informatics.

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RAD-AID and University of Guyana Radiology Residency

RAD-AID has partnered with Georgetown Public Hospital and University of Guyana to initiate the first Radiology Residency training program in Guyana. The 3 year program will launch in the next 6-12 months. RAD-AID is seeking qualified, motivated and experienced radiologists to donate their time to onsite (Georgetown, Guyana) teaching. The duration of donated time may vary from one week to one year. Qualified candidates must be comfortable in all i

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