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From the Congo to China, Indonesia to the Emergency Department at the UCLA Medical Center, the CIM’s products and services are tailored to meet the needs of the communities we serve and the healthcare workers in each of these locations.

Clinical Care for Sexual Assault Survivors - International Rescue Committee

Sexual violence can be devastating to both individuals and entire communities. While it is present in every society on some level, it often increases in times of war. The CIM collaborated with the International Rescue Committee on an instructor-led DVD-based training program entitled, “Clinical Care for Sexual Assault Survivors.”.... Learn More

Landmine Safety Training - United Nations Mine Action Service

Landmines and other types of explosive remnants of war are insidious leftovers of armed conflict, with ongoing affects on civilians and their communities long after conflicts have ended. On behalf of the United Nations Mine Action Service, the UCLA CIM developed a self-guided DVD training program for UN employees and other international service providers....Learn More

Injury Care Training - Project Hope

Injuries are one of the leading causes of death and disability throughout the world, and they are on the rise in industrializing countries with rising numbers of automobiles and construction booms. In 2004, the CIM partnered with Project HOPE to address training among Chinese and Egyptian healthcare providers.... Learn More

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Training - Armenia Foundation

The ongoing popularity of smoking in Nagorno Karabakh has resulted in high rates of pulmonary disease afflicting the population....Learn More

Multimodal Training System

The CIM team of physician educators, medical imagery specialists, computer programmers, and 3D graphic artists are developing a Multimodal Training System funded by the United States Army Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) through UCLA’s Center for Advanced Surgical and Interventional Technology (CASIT)....Learn More

Emergency Medicine Resident Exchange - Bali International Medical Centre Hospital

With the goal of improving emergency medical care on the island of Bali, Indonesia, the CIM has partnered with the Bali International Medical Centre (BIMC) to implement an ongoing training and education program. Every month, CIM sends....Learn More
 

"Public Health, epidemiology and surveillance are playing a vital role in global health in light of globalization and the rapidly increasing prevalence of chronic diseases in developing countries. Trained health professionals to staff programs to meet these global challenges are urgently needed."

-Roger Detels, Professor & Chair of the Department of Epidemiology at the UCLA School of Public Health