Kristen DeStigter and Vicki Noble at the WINFOCUS Congress in Boston this past week. Kristen spoke about how Imaging the World uses rural cellular networks in our model. From transmitting images, providing remote interpretations, to connecting to our supporters via social media from Uganda.
ITW has submitted a case to Radiopaedia on behalf of the World Federation of Pediatric Imaging for the International Day of Radiology! See the case HERE.
July 24th 2015 Nawanyago Uganda: ITW holds Ultrasound Lab Imaging the World has developed a program that educates teenagers in Uganda about pregnancy, the risks of teen pregnancy, the importance of family planning and how ultrasound plays a important role in prenatal care by improving the outcomes for mothers and children. We also discuss how … [Read more…]
We call them ITW mothers. We call them this because they have had their ultrasound scan because of the ITW program. It always touches our hearts to see both mother and baby thriving. ITW Mom and her beautiful 18 month old baby. Proud ITW mother stands outside … [Read more…]
Sister Angela discusses obstetric ultrasound findings with a patient and her husband. Everyone is continually impressed by the ability of the ITW ultrasound scanning program integrated into the prenatal visits to draw the men to the clinics. The engagement of husbands in the healthcare of their wives and unborn children has been a game changer, … [Read more…]
The ITW team is in Uganda over the next two weeks to begin a pilot program for Rheumatic Heart Disease in pregnant patients. In addition, the team will be traveling to many of our clinics and visiting Bwindi Nursing School where Imaging the World has integrated ultrasound training into the nursing curriculum. This will be … [Read more…]
Thank you to World Federation of Pediatric Imaging (WFPI) for mentioning our important collaboration in your December 2014 Newsletter. To read the full version of the newsletter please click the image below.
The Nawanyago Health Centre staff celebrated Christmas with a party. This photo was taken of the entire team (I am taking the photo). From Uganda, we wish every one blessed times with loved ones and prosperity and peace in the coming year. -Sister Njeri Angela (In-charge, Nawanyago HC III)
Imaging the World (ITW) participated as first time exhibitor at this year’s meeting of the ‘Radiological Society of North America’ (RSNA). This is the largest Radiology professional event in the America’s with over 50,000 people attending each day, from health related professionals to guests and exhibitors. Three ITW volunteers served our booth and got to … [Read more…]
Imaging the World regrets the resignation of Jim Kaufman as the Chair of the Board. His service to the organization will be missed, but we understand the need to be close to family. We wish Jim all the best! -Kristen DeStigter