Tag Archives: emergency medicine

Expect nothing, be grateful for everything – an emergency medicine resident in Nicaragua

[This is the first in a series of posts by David Carbonell, MD, a third-year resident in emergency medicine at UNC Hospitals.  In November 2011, Dr. Carbonell spent a month in León, Nicaragua on rotation with Project Health de León.  … Read More

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Breathless in the Andes

[This post was submitted by Bryan Tepper, a third-year resident in emergency medicine at UNC. His travel was supported by the EM residency program] Ecuador is a mecca for biodiversity. Earlier this year I packed my backpack looking to experience … Read More

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A day in the life of a Malawian girl: a doctor’s perspective

[This post was submitted by UNC professor Ian B. K. Martin, MD. Martin is director of Global Emergency Medicine at UNC and recently returned from Malawi, where he was visiting UNC Project-Malawi and other organizations in Lilongwe.] Saturday, November 28, … Read More

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