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ATL Research Published in Annals of Global Health

September 28, 2014

We are delighted to announce that the Annals of Global Health has published A Tu Lado’s research on building collaborative models for EMS education, previously presented in May 2014 at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health in Washington DC. The publication details the logic and results of A Tu Lado’s public-private coalition model and […]


Running Towards Resilience in the Philippines

March 31, 2014

A Tu Lado volunteer Will Heegaard recently returned from the Philippines, following his rotation as an emergency logistics officer with International Medical Corps. He published the following piece sharing his experience. For more, visit Will’s blog.   The day before I left Leyte, I went for a run. My Ethiopian colleague joined me. We jogged down […]


Spotlight on Venezuela

February 23, 2014

For years, Venezuela has suffered one of the world’s highest rates of homicide and violent crime, one reason why A Tu Lado was invited to Caracas in 2011. Our collaboration built a pathway towards faster, safer, and more dependable emergency care and supported the development of paramedics who respond to the daily emergencies. Today, however, […]


A Tu Lado to Present at CUGH Global Health Conference

February 16, 2014

A Tu Lado is pleased that it will present research at the 5th annual Global Health Conference hosted by the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH). CUGH accepted two A Tu Lado abstracts for poster presentations: one covering insights we discovered by applying a collaborative model for emergency medical education in Bolivia and Venezuela, […]


From Burning Man to the Philippines, Davos

January 13, 2014

After working side by side at Burning Man’s field hospital last August, ATL’s volunteer Will Heegaard and ED Terence Steinberg split paths. Dispatched to the Philippines with International Medical Corps in November, Will spent several weeks coordinating logistics for a relief team outside of Tacloban. Meanwhile, Terence is preparing to attend the World Economic Forum’s […]