May 19 - In a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article, MCW M-4 student Sean Degmetich and Dr. Theodore MacKinney (Medicine – General Internal) describe how nine MCW Global Health Pathway students and one internal medicine resident provided medical assistance following a devastating earthquake in Nepal. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
May 13 - Sean Degmetich, an M-4 student, tells NBC-TV/Channel 4 about the devastation he and his MCW classmates witnessed after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal. The MCW medical students, who were in Nepal as part of their Global Health Pathway program, helped treat earthquake victims. WTMJ 620
May 6 - Nine MCW medical students and one resident in internal medicine studying in Nepal are safe after a deadly earthquake struck that nation last week. The medical students are in MCW’s Global Health Pathway. 620WTMJ and Milwaukee Journal
Feb. 25 - Wisconsin Public Radio reports that 90 people in Wisconsin have been monitored for possible Ebola; none have tested positive. Froedtert & MCW Froedtert Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, and UW Hospital/American Family Children’s Hospital are Wisconsin’s federally-designated Category One hospitals that are prepared to care for patients diagnosed with Ebola. WPR
Feb. 9 - The 7th annual Global Health Fair will be held Thursday, Feb. 26, from 1 – 4:30 p.m., in the Kerrigan Auditorium.
Dec. 9 - Thank you for all those who participated in the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Global Health Week 2014 Dec. 1-5.
Nov. 14 - On Monday, Nov. 17, and Tuesday, Nov. 18, several refugee health events will be hosted by the Wisconsin Department of Children and Family Services and feature Dr. Marc Altshuler, Director of the Jefferson Center for Refugee Health in Philadelphia.
Oct. 28 - A delegation from Seoul National University Hospital (SNUH), South Korea, led by Dr. Kyung-Suk Suh, professor and chair of surgery, visited the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) in October to formalize the academic affiliation between SNUH and MCW.
Aug. 19 - For the fourth year, MCW’s Department of Emergency Medicine and the Office of Global Health provided formal training for doctors, nurses, and EMT personnel from Belize’s hospital with the busiest emergency department. Wauwatosa Now
Aug. 13 - A team of doctors, nurses, and EMT personnel from the nation of Belize has completed two weeks of intensive training with emergency medicine specialists in Milwaukee to strengthen the capabilities and response development of Belize’s busiest emergency department.
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