An anesthesiology resident in Ethiopia: My experience at Tikur Anbessa (Black Lion) Hospital.
Open link here to obtain full reflection of Dr. Rudakemwa with the strong partnership between Rwanda and CASIEF in Halifax.
This bilateral partnership has clearly been a success. After Dr. Rudakemwa completed his Canadian elective he mentioned “High level of responsibility for patient care, human factors and anesthesia, organization, scholar and social life” helped him shape his practice in Rwanda.
Open link here to see full reflection of Dr. Eugene Tuyishime. Incredible enthusiasm by Rwandan Anesthesia Residents.
“The global health office organizes the training program professionally and efficiently.”
“I hope with advocacy that someday I will be able to practice anesthesia in similar settings back home because it is an excellent experience.”
“In my opinion, many anesthesia practice improvements are possible in low resources settings starting with interventions that have little cost…”
Open link here to see full reflection by Dr. Kitt Turney. Incredible enthusiasm by Canadian Anesthesia Residents.
“It was incredible.”
“Clinically, you wouldn’t believe some of the stuff we saw.”
“Teaching, and preparing for teaching, was exhausting and exhilarating, but most importantly, extremely rewarding.”
“The residency program has come a long way, and the residents are so keen!”
“The Rwandan people are amazing. So friendly and welcoming.”
“The gorillas. Wow.”
Please seek out and read the following inspiring article in the Journal of Anesthesia History