A Sustained Partnership between a Haitian Children’s Hospital and North American Academic Medical Centers

@article{Koster2017ASP,
  title={A Sustained Partnership between a Haitian Children’s Hospital and North American Academic Medical Centers},
  author={Michael P Koster and Jackson H. Williams and Jacqueline Gautier and Renee Alce and Bernard E. Trappey},
  journal={Frontiers in Public Health},
  year={2017},
  volume={5}
}
Global health initiatives from academic medical centers have rapidly proliferated over the last decade. This paper endeavors to describe our 5-year experience as an academic medical collaborative supporting healthcare delivery, medical training, and research at Hôpital Saint Damien-Nos Petits Frères et Soeurs, the only freestanding children’s hospital in Haiti. Descriptions of the history and current activities of our academic medical collaborative, its partnership and communication structure… 

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