Enable medical practitioners in resource-constrained areas to maintain competence and improve patient care by providing access to cutting-edge medical literature.
Physicians, physicians-in-training, midwives, nurses, prehospital providers, and community health practitioners in resource constrained areas.
CMES is an initiative of Techies without Borders, a global nonprofit focused on harnessing technology for social development. CMES aims to address the difficulty in accessing CME content for medical practitioners in resource constrained areas of the world, a critical problem in the public health.
Since its inception in January 2016, the CMES team has distributed over 80 CMES thumb drives to medical doctors in more than 20 rural and remote locations in Nepal. The CMES-Pi was introduced in June 2017, and is now installed and used at five rural health care centers in Nepal. Currently, the team is on-track to deploy CMES thumb drives and CMES-Pi solutions in clinics in Dominican Republic, Ecuador, and Guatemala. Data is regularly collected for impact assessment and the CMES solutions in Spanish are coming soon.
Meet Jack, a Web Application Developer for Techies Without Borders. “At first, it’s my graduate classmate joined this team and asked me to join and work with her in May of 2016, even though she left the team because of private reason, I am happy that I am one of the members of the project. It’s also my first opportunity
Over the next few months, I will post about the creative and dedicated Techies Without Borders (TWB) IT team that makes CMES and CMES-Pi possible. They donate their talent and time because they believe in you and the CMES mission: providing current cme for doctors and nurses in resource-challenged countries with our partner Emergency Medicine Reviews and Perspectives (EMRAP). Meet
Microsoft Azure Sponsorship has been granted to continue cloud-based support for Techies Without Borders and the Continuing Medical Education on Stick (CMES) and CMES-Pi project. All of us appreciate the support from Microsoft and special thanks to Dr. Yan Li for her diligent application. Microsoft Azure is a broad set of cloud services. IT professionals and developers use Azure to build,
Welcome and meet Dr. Lisa Charles, Director of Victoria Hospital Emergency Department. Dr. Charles and her team of eight ED physicians joined the Continuing Medical Education on Stick (CMES) project this month. CMES is a collaborative initiative to improve access to cme for medical practitioners in resource-challenged areas. Victoria Hospital is located in Castries, St. Lucia, an island in the eastern Caribbean
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