(From the July 2015 Issue of MedStat)
This year the Stecker International Scholars Program celebrates 20 years at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. The program was established in 1995 to improve children's access to quality health care throughout the world by providing physicians and nurses with postgraduate, individually tailored education in Columbus, Ohio. It is open to eligible physicians and nurses from any country outside the USA. As of June 2015, more than 355 scholars from 64 countries have participated in the program.
Scholar accomplishments include: