In a follow-up to our ongoing initiative with CURE Uganda to develop and elevate pediatric epilepsy care, we congratulate our first global cohort of 10 doctors who completed ASET/Lurie Children's EEG curriculum! We are now engaging in epilepsy conference for case selection for pediatric epilepsy surgery.
It is remarkable how COVID has normalized the use of virtual online collaboration. In our isolation of social distancing and aborted travel during the pandemic, we were able to connect regularly and develop academic and educations experiences that never existed previously. The meaning and the Joy in Work that our teams derived from such a connection over pediatric epilepsy program development was unanticipated. We would not change a minute of it!
Read about our journey at the Lurie Children's blog here.
Listen to my journey at the Neurosurgery podcast here.
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