Thumbs Up Nigeria

Meet Dr. Dare Ogunlusi from Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital in Nigeria. He is an attending in the Department of Accident and Emergency.

He is the newest recipient and participant in CMES. Techies Without Borders (TWB) was referred to Dr. Dare by his friend and colleague Dr. Lisa Charles from Victoria Hospital in St. Lucia. TWB mailed a thumb drive to Dr. Dare after discussing the cme options that would best work for him. He will be testing the thumb drive and providing feedback on usability and content for his specific location.

CME development and utilization face challenges worldwide because resources are limited and infrastructure for the delivery of healthcare and information is fragile. Feedback from locations around the globe helps us improve our services and products. If you have colleagues who would be interested in either CMES or CMES-Pi, please contact Dr. Debra Stoner at: deb.twb@gmail.com

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