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Worrell Sanford

School of Medicine Adjunct Professor

Ross University School of Medicine

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Ross University School of Medicine

485 Route 1 South Building B, 4th Floor

Iselin, New Jersey,08830

United States

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Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (Ross), founded in 1982, is committed to preparing students to become members and leaders of the worldwide public and professional healthcare team and to advance human, animal and ecosystem health through research ... more

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History of SMP - Salybia Mission Project (SMP), Dominica, Caribbean, West Indies - Salybia Mission Project

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In March of 2002, Ross University School of Medicine Adjunct Professor Dr. Worrell Sanford extended an invitation to students in his Problem-Based Learning (PBL) group.
He invited them to visit a community clinic in the heart of the Kalinago territory where he provided free medical care. Dr Sanford was himself of Kalinago heritage, raised on the Territory and the first of his people to earn an MD and to practice current medicine. Excited by the opportunity of practically applying that which they were learning in the classroom, these students accepted his invitation. The experiences that transpired that day sparked the inception of SMP. Under the guidance and tutelage of Dr. Sanford and Nurse Sylvie Warrington, the students were able to participate in providing front line health care to the last remaining Kalinago community in the Caribbean. Dr. Worrell Sanford Dr. Worrell Sanford


History of SMP - Salybia Mission Project (SMP), Dominica, Caribbean, West Indies - Salybia Mission Project

www.salybia.org [cached]

In March of 2002, Ross University School of Medicine Adjunct Professor Dr. Worrell Sanford extended an invitation to students in his Problem-Based Learning (PBL) group.
He invited them to visit a community clinic in the heart of the Kalinago territory where he provided free medical care. Dr Sanford was himself of Kalinago heritage, raised on the Territory and the first of his people to earn an MD and to practice current medicine. Excited by the opportunity of practically applying that which they were learning in the classroom, these students accepted his invitation. The experiences that transpired that day sparked the inception of SMP. Under the guidance and tutelage of Dr. Sanford and Nurse Sylvie Warrington, the students were able to participate in providing front line health care to the last remaining Kalinago community in the Caribbean. Dr. Worrell Sanford Dr. Worrell Sanford


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In March of 2002, Ross University School of Medicine professor Dr. Worrell Sanford posed a challenge to students in his Problem-Based Learning (PBL) group.
He asked them to organize a clinic in the Carib Territory for people in need. They worked closely with Dr. Sanford and Nurse Sylvie Warrington and began the first of the clinics that are now the backbone of SMP. Those who attended and contributed included Medical Director Dr. Worrell Sanford, several other Ross University School of Medicine professors, professionals from the Dominican community, and Mr. John Hawley (former Director of Habitat for Humanity in Duluth, Minnesota).


www.salybia.org

In March of 2002, Ross University School of Medicine professor Dr. Worrell Sanford poised a challenge to students in his Problem-Based Learning (PBL) group.He asked them to organize a clinic in the Carib Territory for people in need.They worked closely with Dr. Sanford and Nurse Sylvie Warrington and began the first of the clinics that are now the backbone of SMP.Those who attended and contributed included Medical Director Dr. Worrell Sanford, several other Ross University School of Medicine professors, professionals from the Dominican community, and Mr. John Hawley (former Director of Habitat for Humanity in Duluth, Minnesota).


www.salybia.org

Dr. Worrell Sanford
Student pairs then begin their clinical experience with patients. For some, this may very well be the first such interaction in their professional, medical careers. They are asked to interview the patient, take vitals, and gather a complete history in preparation for overview by the physician, Dr. Worrell Sanford. Once the patient's turn has arrived, the student pair and the patient enter the "doctor's room" where the students present the case at hand to the physician. Other students not directly involved in the case are also welcome to observe and participate. Diagnosis, treatment options, and other aspects concerning the case are openly and informally discussed, promoting a pure and unique learning experience for the students. Physical examinations and procedures are done by the students under the guidance of Dr. Sanford, providing them with valuable on-hands exposure they cannot gather elsewhere.


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