Global Neurology
Created:   7/29/2011
Contains:  39 items

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Creator: Olga Rukovets
Duration: 10:13
Neurology Today 
Neurology Today: Dr. Michael Finkel talks to Neurology Today about the collaboration between a group of neurologists in Florida and three neurological societies in Nigeria. Listen to excerpts of the conversation here and read the upcoming article entitled “Bridging the Gaps in Care and Culture: Florida and Nigeria Form a Neurological Partnership” in the May 5 print issue of Neurology Today.
Creator: Olga Rukovets
Duration: 12:20
Dr. Zunt, an associate professor of neurology and global health at the University of Washington, directs the Peru site for the University of Washington Fogarty International Clinical Research Scholars & Fellows program, which trains scholar-pairs in US and Peru. Listen as Dr. Zunt shares lessons learned from working onsite and remotely to improve neurology care and training in Peru.
Duration: 10:45
Dr. Amza Ali, founding and current president of the Jamaican League Against Epilepsy — a branch of the International League Against Epilepsy — and co-chair of the Epilepsy Pre-surgical Evaluation Group at the University Hospital of the West Indies in Mona, talks to Neurology Today about his efforts to fight stigma and implement telemedicine in order to improve neurological care in Jamaica.
Creator: Olga Rukovets
Duration: 9:07
Anthony Alessi, a neurologist from Norwich, Connecticut, talks about the life altering trips he's made to Haiti since the earthquake hit in January of 2010, and what it means to help a nation rebuild itself from the ground up. See the full text article in the Oct. 6 issue of Neurology Today
Creator: Olga Rukovets
Duration: 11:27
Neurology Today 
Dr. Farah J. Mateen, fellow of the neurology department at Johns Hopkins University, talked to Neurology Today from the United Nations High Commission for Refugees office in Amman, Jordan, about her work assessing the neurological status and quality of life in refugees in the Middle East. For the full-text version of this article, see the March 1 issue of Neurology Today.
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