Stanford Emergency Medicine International

Stanford Emergency Medicine International (SEMI), founded in 2000, focuses on human development through education, research, and establishing and strengthening emergency care systems. SEMI partners closely with in-country organizations to create lasting and sustainable change.

GLOBAL EMERGENCY MEDICINE FELLOWSHIP

The Stanford Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship is a one-year program with an optional second year for obtaining an associated Masters degree.

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ONLINE COURSE: EMERGENCY CARE

This online course, open to all healthcare providers, covers key concepts that define emergency medicine, and teaches  life-saving treatments for patients presenting with life-threatening emergencies. 

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PARTNERS

SEMI partners closely with governments, universities, non-profits, NGOs, and other organizations to develop and implement innovative programs. We evaluate partnerships on many levels, but three key criteria are:

  1. Shared values
  2. Mutual commitment to specific development challenges
  3. Compatible long-term vision

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COUNTRIES

Bhutan

Cambodia

India

Myanmar

Nepal

Papau New Guniea

Rwanda

Uganda

Faculty

Matthew Strehlow, MD
Associate Professor
Interim Department Vice-Chair
Director of Stanford Emergency Medicine International

S.V. Mahadevan, MD
Professor
Founder and Past Director of Stanford Emergency Medicine International


Joseph Becker, MD
International Emergency Medicine Faculty

Michelle Feltes, MD
International EM Fellow 2016-2018
International Emergency Medicine Faculty

Peter Acker, MD, MPH
Clinical Assistant Professor
Technical Advisor URC/USAID Cambodia

Wei David Hao
Clinical Instructor
International EM Fellow 2018-2020

Ayesha Khan, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Founder of Empower and Advance

Benjamin Lindquist, MD
Clinical Instructor
International Emergency Medicine Faculty

Monalisa Muchatuta
Clinical Instructor
International EM Fellow 2017-2019

Kelly Murphy, MD
Clinical Associate Professor
Director of Papua New Guinea Medical Project

Jennifer Newberry, MD, JD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Research Director of Stanford Emergency Medicine International

Avinash Patil
Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
International Emergency Medicine Faculty

Brian Rice
Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
International Emergency Medicine Faculty

Rebecca Walker, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Co-Director of Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship

Sybil Zachariah, MD
Clinical Instructor
International EM Fellow 2016-2017