We honored to have the Annals of Emergency Medicine publish one of our papers. In resource-limited settings, nurse-administered ketamine sedation appears to be safe and effective. A brief procedural sedation training program, coupled with a comprehensive training program in emergency care, can increase access to appropriate and safe sedation for patients in resource-limited settings. Read it here (Annals EM GECC Ketamine Sedation)…. and keep your eyes peeled, we have at least ten more papers in the works!
GECC’s third class of Emergency Care Practitioners has begun! In a collaborative effort between GECC, the current ECPs, and Nyakibale administration, we have a fantastic new class of Six RNs and ENs who will be the next wave of ECPs to change the face of emergency care in Uganda!
This blog captures the successes and challenges of our volunteers and staff as we collaborate to train emergency care health workers and build equitable emergency care systems in Uganda and beyond.