- EMS in MauritiusGeorges Ramalanjaona
North Shore University Hospital, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, NY, USA
Resuscitation 80:163-4. 2009..This article describes the current state of EMS in Mauritius and depicts its development in the context of Government effort to decentralise and modernise the healthcare system...
- Impact of 2004 tsunami in the islands of Indian ocean: lessons learnedGeorges Ramalanjaona
Department of Emergency Medicine, St John s Episcopal Hospital, 327 Beach 19th Street, Far Rockaway, New York, NY 11691, USA
Emerg Med Int 2011:920813. 2011..The second one is to elaborate on lessons learned from it from national, regional, and international disaster management programs to prevent such devastating consequences of tsunami from occurring again in the future...
- Profile of the prehospital system in MadagascarG Ramalanjaona
Department of Emergency Medicine, Saint Michael s Medical Center, Newark, New Jersey 07102, USA
Prehosp Emerg Care 5:317-21. 2001..To delineate the present characteristics of emergency medical services (EMS) on the island of Madagascar...
- Faculty development: how to evaluate the effectiveness of a faculty development program in emergency medicineGeorges Ramalanjaona
Department of Emergency Medicine, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, USA
Acad Emerg Med 10:891-2. 2003..Assessment of the effectiveness of this FDP can be performed by sponsoring organizations or by independent evaluators experienced in the field for better objectivity...
- Emergency medicine in the Comoros IslandsG Ramalanjaona
University of New England College of Medicine, Newark, NJ, USA
Resuscitation 77:18-20. 2008..There is a paucity of literature on emergency medicine in Comoros and this is the first article to report the current status of emergency medicine in Comoros Islands...
- Emergency medicine in MadagascarG Ramalanjaona
Department of Emergency Medicine, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, NJ, USA
Ann Emerg Med 31:766-8. 1998..Average per capita yearly income is about $400 (US). In 1990 life expectancies at birth were 52 years for men and 55 years for women. Graduate medical education in Madagascar is modeled after the French system...