|WE ARE A TRANSNATIONAL GROUP OF MEDICAL EDUCATORS
Bronchoscopy International Foundation for the Advancement of Medicine promotes global health through medical education. Our goal is to eliminate patient suffering caused by inadequately trained doctors. Our experts conduct training programs around the world in order to assure equal access to knowledge and technical skill regardless of where chest physicians and airway surgeons practice.
To eliminate patient suffering caused by unequal levels of physician expertise and on-the-job medical training.
To diminish inefficiencies caused when doctors use patients for training in medical procedures. In order to accomplish this objective we:
– Design and Distribute learning materials to help doctors become better teachers and patient-care providers.
– Implement a structured multidimensional and learner-centric program that takes into consideration cultural differences and diverse medical practice patterns.
– Educate an international group of certified master instructors skilled in the use of motivational presentation techniques, procedure-based simulation, checklists, problem-based learning tools, step-by-step instructional methods, and objective measures of competency.
Learning by doing is our philosophy: using models, simulation, role-playing exercises, and practical approach case-based studies
® The name Bronchoscopy International is registered in the US Patent and Trademark Office.
|More than 30 Train-the-Trainer programs have been conducted in 25 countries since 2012.
Train the Trainer Seminars and other educational programs are officially endorsed by The World Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology (WABIP) and national medical societies from around the world.
Programs Scheduled for 2019 include:
Our cadre of Certified and Master instructors conduct training seminars and workshops around the world, usually partnering with medical associations, major university hospitals, and ministries of health. We are a 501-C3 nonprofit organization registered since 1997 in San Diego CA.
Contact us at henricolt@Bronchoscopy.org