DOCTORS SHOULD NOT LEARN ON PATIENTS
OUR MISSION is clear: we eliminate variations in training within and between institutions, regions, and countries so patients everywhere have access to expertly-performed bronchoscopy and other medical procedures.
WE BELIEVE in the democratization of knowledge. All learning materials on this website are free. All royalties from books on Amazon are used for educational and humanitarian programs.
WHAT WE DO
– We use simulation models, role-playing exercises, case-based analysis, inverted classrooms, step-by-step instruction, and competency-based materials to teach health care professionals and medical educators.
– Our learner-centric training programs respect diversty and cultural differences. They are tailored to the specific needs of a health care institution, region, or country.
– We design and deliver competency-based learning materials and coach medical professionals on their use.
– Our Certified and Master instructors have a lifetime of teaching experience. We are particularly committed to improving medical education and patient care in less developed countries.
OUR GOAL is to make chest procedures such as bronchoscopy globally more accessible AND to help medical educators implement a uniform approach to teaching.
Bronchoscopy International is the education arm of the Foundation for the Advancement of Medicine.
An era for new professionalism.
Henri Colt MD, FAWM, FCCP
Emeritus Professor, Univ. of California
Philosophy practitioner, APPA certified
Founder, Bronchoscopy International
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Experience with more than 30 Train-the-Trainer programs in 25 countries.
Programs officially endorsed by The World Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology (WABIP) and national medical societies around the world.
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Workshops in Kenya, Bulgaria, Moldavia, and Algeria are postponed because of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.
“To be a physician is a privilege.
To teach physicians is an honor.”
Contact us at henricolt@Bronchoscopy.org