March 10, 2017 - Are you interested in traveling abroad or helping to provide
medical relief in Haiti? The Brunswick (GA) Chapter of the Links, Incorporated,
in conjunction with Southeast Georgia Health System, sponsored “Medical
Links to Haiti,” a seminar on medical and cultural issues affecting
Haitians, and presentations from that seminar are now available online
via an on demand webinar until April 30, 2017!
Medical Links to Haiti is designed to familiarize medical professionals
and the community on Haitian issues and provide an opportunity for those
qualified to receive continuing education credits. Diane Smith, PhD, R.N.,
Medical Missions Project Coordinator, Helping Hugs, Inc., and Mark Hanly,
M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Southeastern Pathology Associates and Vice
Chief, Department of Pathology, Southeast Georgia Health System Brunswick
Campus, are featured presenters.
“This webinar is a wonderful and educational opportunity for both
the community and medical professionals. People who may have missed the
Medical Links to Haiti seminar last month can now access Dr. Smith and
Dr. Hanly’s presentations from the convenience of their home or
on the go. Webinar attendees will come away with a better understanding
of the challenges of providing overseas medical relief and learn how they
can help,” says Shirley D. Wilson, M.D., FACOG, Chief, Department
of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Southeast Georgia Health System Brunswick
Campus and member of The Brunswick (GA) Chapter of the Links, Incorporated.
Webinar registration and continuing education credit information is available
at sghs.org/medical-links-to-haiti, or email
email@example.com for more information.