Volunteer... Volunteering is the key to our manpower. Medical students, residents, fellows, nurses, and educators join ear surgeons and participate in the educational process. Come and join us help make the world a safer place for those who suffer from ear disease.
Global World Tour 2014
March 3-10 Marshall Islands April 28-May 2 Colombia May 16-21 Cuba Congress June 8-15 Peru (TBC) July 7-12 Bolivia July 21-30 Marshall Islands OctoberMalawi November Peru (TBC)
Jan Paraguay May Peru (TBC) November Peru (TBC)
*(TBC) T. Bone course
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GEO Received the AAOHNS Humanitarian Award-2009
AMERICA - GEO as Global Advisor WASHINGTON State, USA - Global ENT Outreach has developed a comprehensive approach to developing programs in hearing loss and deafness and as well training doctors in Otologic surgery in the developing countries. In an advisory role, GEO aims to offer a range of programs from Humanitarian Service Projects, to helping build infrastructure, and as well develop educational programs to increase knowledge. Our collaboration extends out to individual surgeons, public and private hospitals, governments, health ministries, and other nonprofit organizations. Please contact us.
UKRAINE-Ukraine Foundation of Otology-UFO IVANO-FRANKOVISK, Ukraine- GEO made its second trip to Ukraine in February and signed an agreement of cooperation with the Ivano Frankivsk State Medical University located in the western part of Ukraine, to support the training and education of medical students and residents and to improve the surgical skills of the graduate physicians. A culturally rich country of 46 million people, the Ukraine is in need of making advancements in Otology supported by Drs. Roman Fishchuk and Vasyl Popovych.
SO. PACIFIC- Newborn Screening Program MAJURO, Marshall Islands-GEO in collaboration with the University of Hawaii Center on Disabilities Studies conducted screenings on children under 5 years of age and also performed ear surgery for those in need. The disparities in health are some of the worst inequities in the world- it is unjust and unacceptable that millions of children every year are disabled from causes we can treat or prevent. GEO is trying to make a difference in this remote part of the world.
PERU-Advanced Temporal Bone Course LIMA, Peru - Now into the sixth year and having taught 12 temporal bone courses with students from Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Paraguay GEO will in November 2013 give its first advanced course on ear disease with focus on Cochlear Implantation. With visiting professors from Columbia, USA, and Italy, GEO will give hands on teaching in the state of the art lab.