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Position Papers by the INDO-US Joint Working Group

Position Papers from the INDO-US Joint Working Group
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Under the leadership of the Dean - Indian College of Physicians, experts from India and the US formed a Joint Working Group. This group set the foundation for suggesting an educational model for Emergency Medicine Training in India.

- Developing Specialty Residency Training.
- Creating Residency Accreditation Guidelines.
- Promoting Academic awareness for best practice models for Emergency Care in India.
- Standardizing pre-hospital and hospital emergency care across India in all sectors.
- Foster Academic Research in Emergency Medicine and Trauma in India

In the next twenty years a majority of physicians providing emergency care will be residency trained and specialty certified in EM in India.

2013 - Academic College of Emergency Experts in Indias INDO-US Joint Working Group (JWG) White Paper on the Integrated Emergency Communication Response Service in India: Much more than just a number!
Anuja Joshi, Prasad Rajhans, Sagar Galwankar, Bonnie Arquilla, Mamta Swaroop, Stanislaw Stawicki, Bidhan Das, Praveen Aggarwal, Sanjeev Bhoi, OP Kalra
Journal of Emergencies, Trauma and Shock (JETS) July 2013
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2008 - White Paper on Academic Emergency Medicine in India: Indo-US Joint Working Group (JWG)
AK Das, SB Gupta, SR Joshi, P Aggarwal, LR Murmu, S Bhoi, T Sanson, KP O Keefe,
C Carruba, S Galwankar, B Arquilla, R Mittal
Journal of Association of Physicians, India. 2008;56:789-797
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