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Chris Steelman MS, RT(R)(CI), RCIS

Instructional Technology Systems Manager

rad aid overview

Founded in 2008 at Johns Hopkins

U.S. 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization structure in 2009

Numerous partnered academic, governmental, NGO, and corporate institutions

Grants from Johns Hopkins (Gatewood), Duke University, Google, Philips, Project HOPE, AperianGlobeSmart, and others

Regular web traffic to rad-aid.orgfrom 110+ countries

225+ Volunteers and 700+ members

RAD-AID Overview
rad aid s mission

To increase access to quality, safe, clinically appropriate, and sustainable radiology services in resource limited parts of the world

  • RAD-AID fulfills this mission by…
    • Optimizing the role of the radiology community in global public health initiatives and clinical health care
    • Using a non-paternalistic, data-driven, cooperative, and ethical approach
RAD-AID’s Mission
the radiology divide
The Radiology Divide

Two-thirds of the world population lacks adequate access to medical imaging

World Health Organization

the radiology divide why does it exist
The Radiology Divide – Why does it exist?

“Health care technologies are seen as peripheral to health care delivery and… receive little attention from health care planners.”

“In…Sub-Saharan Africa… up to 70% of equipment lies idle due to mismanagement of the technology acquisition process, lack of user training, and lack of effective technical support.”

WHO Guidelines for Health Equipment Donation (2000)

bridging the radiology divide

RAD-AID optimizes the role of the radiology community in global public health initiatives and clinical health care by…

    • Refining, promoting, and executing RAD-AID’s structured, data-driven approach to assessing the strengths, weaknesses, and needs of radiology practices in the developing world
    • Developing awareness through marketing and outreach
    • Providing training in aspects of international health, the practice of radiology in developing nations, and program development
    • Providing a platform for coordinating radiology outreach and development projects
Bridging the Radiology Divide
radiology readiness

“The most important prerequisite … is that the [facility] truly needs [radiology] and has theexpertise and means to operate and maintain it.”

Radiology Readiness ™

WHO Guidelines for Health Equipment Donation (2000)

radiology readiness tm
Radiology ReadinessTM

16-part analytical framework for integrating radiologic, clinical, technical, economic, and emerging market issues to develop sustainable solutions for medical imaging in low-resource settings.

common problem areas

Inadequate maintenance and quality control procedures

Limited infrastructure (e.g. dust and temperature control, stable voltage)

Inadequate safety measures (radiation, MRI)

Women’s health deemphasized

Minimal formal business training and resources (project planning, finance, accounting, management, etc.)

Common Problem Areas
  • Training
  • Not standardized
    • Insufficient
    • Inaccurate
china
CHINA
  • Successful 2011 pilot of Radiology Faculty Lecture Exchange
  • Expanding Radiology Lecture Exchange for the next 3 years with Chinese Society of Radiology
  • RAD-AID Team returning to China in December 2012
  • Projects include (1) radiology technologist training for quality and safety, (2) radiologist educational lectures, and (3) standardizing training tracks for radiology professionals
  • Emphasis on boosting training in Western China where educational resources are in short supply and hospitals have large indigent populations
haiti
HAITI
  • RAD-AID partnering with WHO/Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)
  • RAD-AID team returning in January 2012
  • Efforts aimed at health capacity building through interdisciplinary training of nurses, techs, and radiologists
  • In partnership with CRUDEM Foundation and Hospital Sacre Coeur in North Haiti and Project HOPE Adventist Hospital in Diquini
india
INDIA
  • Mobile women’s health in Chandigarh, India
    • Mammography, DEXA, Colposcopy, Education
    • Guaranteed long-term clinical follow-up (through partnership with a major Indian university hospital)
  • RAD-AID teams returning Jan and Feb of 2012
  • Publications underway on mobile imaging and women's health
  • Project explorations now going on in Mumbai and Bangalore
hybrid approach to training

Integrated with traditional onsite training

Hybrid approach to training
  • Preparatory training prior to onsite training
  • Supplemental training and assessment during onsite training
  • Continuing education and assessment after onsite training
rad aid learning center
RAD-AID Learning Center

Target audience

  • Medical Imaging professionals in developing nations
  • Initially technologists, sonographers, technicians

Content provided free-of-charge

Initial subject areas

  • Mammography
  • Radiography
  • Ultrasound
elearning development challenges
eLearning Development Challenges

How much time and money is spent to develop one finished hour of Level 1 eLearning?

Research data collected: September 2010, by Chapman Alliance

rapid elearning
Rapid eLearning
  • eLearning has grown quickly since the 1990s - complexity of authoring processes can be intimidating
  • The solution is to develop effective, eLearning through a customized, all purpose templates
  • Just-in-time training
  • Compromise between the economic need for rapid learning and the pedagogical objective of a good instructional design
content development
Content Development
  • Identify Subject Matter Expert
  • RAD-AID PowerPoint Template
  • RAD-AID Author Guidelines
    • Course Description
    • Images/ Graphics / Video
    • Glossary
    • Transcript
    • Test Questions
content distribution
Content Distribution
  • HTML / HTML5
  • Flash
  • Microsoft Word / .PDF
  • Compact Disc
  • Podcast
  • Mobile Devices
    • Apple iOS(69.6% global tablet market)
learning management system lms
Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Focus is structured delivery of educational content
  • Provides an administrative infrastructure to regulate and monitor use of materials
  • Built-in tools to enhance learning
    • Online Learning Community
      • Discussion Groups
      • Support
rad aid learning center1
RAD-AID Learning Center
  • Developed in collaboration with and funded by Philips
  • A hosted LMS powered by the Philips Online Learning Center
  • Immediate audience of thousand of medical techs seeking CE
textbook
TEXTBOOK

“Radiology and Global Health: Implementation and Optimization of Medical Imaging in Developing Countries.”

  • A multidisciplinary resource for understanding the complex aspects of radiologic services in resource-limited environments
coordination and training rad aid conference
Coordination and Training: RAD-AID Conference
  • 4 years running (2009-2012)
  • 150 will be attending this year (interdisciplinary)
    • NGOs, academic medical centers, radiologists, technologists, nurses, humanitarian aid workers, businesses, etc.
  • Panels
    • Economics
    • Technology
    • Clinical Practice
    • Education
    • Public Health
  • White paper report summarizing conference topics published in Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR)
thank you
Thank You

Please visit

www.rad-aid.org

Chris Steelman MS, RT(R)(CI), RCIS

Instructional Technology Systems Manager

csteelman@rad-aid.org

(843) 290-5404