Simulation based training for EMS providers in resource limited settings (currently in Botswana). Developing curriculum for medical student/resident/fellow electives in resource limited settings. Development of emergency residency training programs in resource limited settings. Prehospital provider simulation training with the Botswana Ministry of Health- worked with a team to develop a curriculum for pediatric and adult patients.
Nicolaus Glomb, MD, MPH, has been working with the University of Botswana, Princess Marina Hospital, since 2014, developing long-term capacity, relevant curricula, and training programs in adult and pediatric Emergency Medicine. Working with Hospital and Ministry of health colleagues to optimize a mix of simulation based training, long distance mentorship, and on sight relationship building.
Dr. Nicolaus Glomb is an assistant clinical professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics as UCSF. He received his medical training at East Carolina University, and an MPH at Chapel Hill. He served his residency at UNC-Chapel Hill, and fellowships in Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Global Health at Baylor College of Medicine.
Join the 5th Annual Pediatrics in Global Health Lecture Series in welcoming speakers in August and September. Please note that times may change as Fall schedules are finalized. Please check back for updated times
Monday, September 16 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm
533 Parnassus, University Hall, 4th Floor, U-458