Fellows

Hospice and Palliative Care Travelling Fellows 1998-2013

The need for palliative care training in developing nations is enormous and the enclosed reports demonstrate that IAHPC's programs go someway to addressing this need.

Year Traveling Fellow From Traveled to Country Institution/Unit/Program
1998 Dr. Neil Hobbs Canada Manila, The Philippines
1999 Yoram Singer, MD Omer, Israel Swaziland The Swaziland Hospice at Home (SHAH)
1999 David Brumley, MD Australia Vietnam Cho Ray Hospital and Dieu Duong Hospitals
1999 Joy Nugent, RN Adelaide, Australia Malaysia The Hospice Association of Sandakan Sabah,
1999 Marie Coughlan, RN Australia India The Karunashraya Hospice Bangalore
1999 Vilnis Sosars, MD Latvia China Shenyang Railway General Hospital
1999 Bruno Gagnon, MD Canada Colombia Instituto Nacional de Cancerología
2000 Douglas Bridge, MD Australia Pakistan The Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital
2000 Young Hong, MD Korea Mongolia
2000 Mary Lou Hathaway, RN USA Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz Researh Institute of Oncology and Radiology
2001 Nell Muirden, MD Australia Papua, New Guinea Port Moresby General Hospital and Lae Memorial Hospital
2001 David Allbrook, MD Australia Kenya Maua Methodist Hospital North Meru District, Kenya
2001 Susan Marsden, MD Australia Philippines San Lazaro Infectious Diseases Hospital
2001 Lyn Edwards, RN Australia Vietnam Cho Ray Hospital, Ho Chi Minh City and Campus 2 of The Cancer Hospital
2002 Meg Spencer, RN Australia Thailand The Camillian Social Center (CSC) in Rayong Province Thailand
2002 Beris Bird, RN Australia Cambodia Baptist Convention North West province of Cameroon
2003 Peter Kirk, MD Canada India Institute of Palliative Medicine in Kerala The 10th International Conference of the Indian Association of Palliative Care
2003 Suresh Reddy, MD Houston, USA India Annual meeting of The Indian Association of Palliative, WHO workshop in the MNJ Regional Cancer Center. Foundation Course in Palliative Care at International Rotary Cancer Institute (Part of All India Institute of Medical Sciences), Delhi.
2003 Jan Phillips, RN Australia Malaysia Hospice Malaysia
2003 Linda Watson, RN USA Russia Hospice in Novgorod
2003 Eunice Garanganga, RN Zimbabwe Uganda 10th Anniversary Celebrations and the Scientific Conference
2003 Wilma Falconer, RN Canada St. Lucia The St. Lucia Cancer Society
2004 Bruno Gagnon, MD Canada Argentina Faculty of Biosciences and the Teaching Hospital of the Universidad Austral
2004 Steven Radwany, MD Akron, USA Cuba National Institute of Oncology
2004 Bernadette Basemera, RN Uganda Ghana Cancer Society of Ghana
2004 Henry Ddungu, MD Kampala, Uganda Ghana Cancer Society of Ghana
2004 Terry Magee UK Ghana Cancer society of Ghana
2004 Jacek Luczak, MD Poznan, Poland Moldova “Second Breath”, Soros Foundation Moldova. Medical University in Chisinau Institute of Oncology, Moldova.
2004 Maureen Gill, RN Marlow, UK Russia Hospice in Propkopyvesk, Kemerovo Region Hospice
2004 Julia Wootton, MD UK Russia Hospice in Propkopyvesk
2005 Vivek Khemka, MD Scotdale, USA India Sundaram Medical Foundation
2005 Beris Bird, RN Australia Kenya Kijabe Medical Centre
2005 Richard Harding, MD London, UK Cuba Tomas Monroy Health Center
2005 Ahmed Elsayem Houston, USA Khartoum, Sudan Khartoum University
2006 Terry Magee, RN UK Ghana Workshop facilitation and in Kumasi and Akosombo
2006 John Cresswell, PhD London, UK Ghana Workshop facilitation and in Kumasi and Akosombo
2006 Susan Breiddal, SW, MS Victoria, Canada Uganda, Kenya African Palliative Care Association
2007 Parag Bharadwaj San Diego, USA Mumbai, India Bhaktivedanta Hospital
2007 Rafael Motta Badajoz, Spain Buenos Aires, Argentina Hospital Nacional B.Sommer Fundación FEMEBA
2007 Craig Blinderman Newark, USA Toronto, Canada
2007 Parag Bharadwaj Los Angeles, USA Mumbai, India Bhaktivedanta Hospital, Mumbai
2007 Douglas McGregor Vancouver, Canada Belize Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital
2007 Patricia Porterfield Vancouver, Canada Belize Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital
2007 Jessica Masterson Boston, US Botswana Holy Cross Hospice
2008 Gaye Bishop Adelaide, Australia Goma, DR of Congo Heal Africa
2008 Tom Middlemiss Brechin, UK Kerala, India Trivandrum Institute of Palliative Sciences
2009 Maureen Gill, RN Marlow, UK Kemerovo, Russian Federation Kemerovo Regional Hospice
2009 Estela Jaime Buenos Aires, Argentina Cali, Colombia Centro Medico Imbanaco CMI
2009 Philip Larkin Dublin, Ireland Cape Town, South Africa Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa
2010 Susan Breidal Vancouver, Canada Sri Suryawati, Nepal BPKMCH, BP Koirala Memorial Cancer Hospital
2011 Jessica Merlin New York, USA Hai Phong, Vietnam Haiphong Medical University
2011 Esther Dorothy Walker Hereford, UK Khartoum,Sudan SOBA University Hospital and The Radiation and Isotope Centre
2011 Joan Chrastek Minneapolis, USA Hyderabad, India MNJ Institute Oncology Cancer Center
2011 Tamara Vesel Newtonville USA Hyderabad, India MNJ Institute Oncology Cancer Center
2012 Lynn Kobiersky Victoria, Canada Guatemala, Guatemala Instituto de Cancerologia
2012 Beris Bird Victoria, Australia Somaliland and Gaza Boroma Hospital and to the Ahli
Hospital
2012 Maureen Gill Marlow, UK Kemerovo, Russian Federation Bedside and formal lecturing in Kemerovo regional Hospice
2012 Beth Seyda Chapel Hill, USA Cape Town, South Africa Mowbary Maternity Hospital
2012 Stephen R Connor Fairfax Station, USA Nairobi, Kenya KEHPCA Conference
2012 Lukas Radbruch Bonn, Germany Kampala, Uganda Research School 2012 "Advancing Palliative Care"
2013 Megan Wilson Ypsilanti , USA Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua Partners in Health of Maine
2013 Jodan Miraglia Charleston, USA Mumbai and Bengaluru, India Symposium in Palliative Care: Communication with the Child
2013 Mereline Brown Lantana, USA Banapa, Nepal Institution Scheer Memorial Hospital
2013 Emilio Herrera Sevilla, Spain Buenos Aires, Argentina Clinical activities at Instituto Nacional del Cancer