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Eric Lewis Krakauer, M.D., Ph.D.

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Mentoring
Available: 01/01/00, Expires: 11/30/24

Filial piety (Chinese ? ; Vietnamese hi?u) typically is understood as requiring family members to demand all life-sustaining treatments for their elders, even when it appears that these treatments would be harmful and provide no benefit. Thus, it is important to re-interpret filial piety in the age of Invasive life-sustaining technologies. This project can be done with or without travel to China or Vietnam. However, reading and speaking knowledge of Chinese or Vietnamese is required.

Available: 11/30/22, Expires: 05/31/26

Filial piety (Chinese ? ; Vietnamese hi?u) typically is understood as requiring family members to demand all life-sustaining treatments for their elders, even when it appears that these treatments would be harmful and provide no benefit. Thus, it is important to re-interpret filial piety in the age of Invasive life-sustaining technologies. This project can be done with or without travel to China or Vietnam. However, reading and speaking knowledge of Chinese or Vietnamese is required.

Available: 08/15/23, Expires: 08/15/25

There is a large global inequity in access to palliative care, largely because palliative care training and leadership is lacking in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). As part of the work of the HMS Program in Global Palliative Care to help build palliative care training and leadership capacity in LMICs, a clear understanding is needed of existing palliative care specialist training programs that meet internationally recognized criteria. This project entails completing design of a survey, administering the survey to palliative care training programs around the world, analyzing the data, and reporting it in a peer-reviewed publication. Supervision will be provided in all aspects of the project. No travel is necessary, although the student would be welcome to visit one or more of the training sites.

Quality Improvement Effort at the Department of Palliative Care, Ho Chi Minh City Cancer Hospital
International/Summer, 06/17/13 - 08/08/13
Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices in Palliative Care among Physicians in Vietnam
International/Summer, 06/17/13 - 08/05/13
An Analysis of Need for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Supplies and for Medical Training to Respond to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Vietnam
International, 03/25/02 - 05/20/02
Assessment of the Behavioral and Situational HIV/AIDS Risks of Street Youth in Hanoi, Vietnam
International, 06/18/01 - 08/25/01
Hanoi's Street Children: HIV/AIDS Education Outreach/Surveillance Among Street Children in Hanoi, Vietnam
International, 06/20/00 - 08/20/00
Assessment of the Effectiveness of HIV/AIDS Voluntary Counseling and Testing Services in Hanoi, Vietnam
International, 06/19/02 - 08/14/02
Assessing Pain Experienced By Pediatric Patients Receiving Inpatient Treatments At The Cancer Center Of Ho Chi Minh City
International, 06/20/10 - 08/08/10
HIV Seroprevalence Study in Vietnam
International, 06/18/02 - 08/10/02
The Efficacy of HIV Counselor Training Programs at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Global AIDS Program in Vietnam
International/Summer, 06/23/03 - 08/31/03
Effectiveness of HIV/AIDS Peer Education Teams in Highest-Risk Groups
International, 05/26/00 - 08/10/00

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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.