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Medical Missions Database

Publicize your organization for free on our database. We publish vital information for clinicians interested in a high quality volunteer opportunity.

Clinical Guidelines

The challenges of medicine in austere settings are unique. In the absence of labs and imaging, we suggest a new paradigm that focuses on safe management of common symptoms.

Research Activities

Clinicians are invited to complete our survey of practice patterns on medical service trips. Read about our completed and ongoing quality improvement projects.

QuickChart EMR

Use the QuickChart mobile EMR to create and share medical records in austere settings, and securely manage your patient roster.

Medical Missions Database

Publicize your organization for free on our database. We publish vital information for clinicians interested in a high quality volunteer opportunity.

Clinical Guidelines

The challenges of medicine in austere settings are unique. In the absence of labs and imaging, we suggest a new pardigm that focuses on safe management of common symptoms.

Research Activities

Clinicians are invited to complete our survey of practice patterns on medical service trips. Read about our completed and ongoing quality improvement projects.

QuickChart EMR

Use the QuickChart mobile EMR to create and share medical records in austere settings, and securely manage your patient roster.

Recent Blog Posts

QuickChart EMR wins the Team Williams Innovation Award

We were honoured to be invited to Family Medicine Forum in Vancouver last week to receive this year’s Team Williams Innovation Award for our work on the QuickChart mobile electronic medical record (EMR) for remote settings. Over the next year, we will continue development, and pilot the app in real-life settings, and on short-term medical […]

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Reviewing the review: Sykes

Another review of a review, this one looking at the lack of much quantitative evidence behind medical missions. Sykes looked at 67 studies aiming to measure the impact or quality of medical missions. Quantitative studies amounted to little more than 5% of the 1100 publications about medical missions in last 20 years, and 98% of […]

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