Phnom Penh, Cambodia - National Dermatology Course and Preah Kossamak Hospital
Volunteers assist in the training of dermatology students, provide continuing education regarding current and new trends of dermatologic diagnosis and treatment, and provide training to nurses and physicians involved in dermatologic care. Volunteers must be board certified or eligible and hold a current license to practice dermatology. Active or retired dermatologists and final year residents are recruited. Assignments are 2 - 3 weeks.
San Jose, Costa Rica - University of Costa Rica
Volunteers assist in improving the academic dermatologic residency program through week long concentrated courses on various dermatologic topics. The volunteer schedule includes one to two hours of lecture time per day, attending ward rounds, and observing in clinic. Volunteers must be board certified with a current license. Retired volunteers are considered. In addition to general dermatologists, sub-specialists in dermatopathology and dermatologic surgery are also welcome. This site is not appropriate for residents. Assignments are 1 - 3 weeks.
Lima, Peru - EsSalud Hospital System
Mbarara, Uganda - Mbarara University of Science and Technology
Volunteers provide training and support of the dermatology residency program at the Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST). Volunteers also provide training to medical students, general medical officers (general practitioners), clinical officers (physician assistants), and nurses. Active or retired dermatologists are welcome. Final year residents may be considered for assignments. Assignments are 3-4 weeks.