Welcome & thank you for your time.

This survey will take you no more than 5 minutes to complete.

Increasing GDP has opened up opportunities for low and middle-resource countries to build capacity in critical care for children.  However, there is a need for expertise to enable rational use of resources and to enable best outcomes.

The WFPICCS Global Health Initiative (GHI) intends to mobilize its membership to assist colleagues in low and middle-resource countries (LMRC) in these endeavors. 

As a pre-requisite to developing partnerships, it is important to understand what collaborations are already in place with colleagues from low-and-middle resource countries, what resources are available; what challenges exist and how the Global Health Initiative could collaborate to address some of these issues.

Your input is crucial and we would appreciate if you could complete this survey and provide us with your insights.  

We may contact you for follow-up information. Please contact Dr. Ndidi Musa, Seattle Children’s Hospital  at +1 (206) 987-2140  if you have any questions or comments regarding this survey.

Global Health is defined as: an area for study, research, education and practice that places a priority on improving health and achieving equity in health for all people worldwide.  Global health emphasizes transnational health issues, determinants, and solutions; involves many disciplines; and may combine population-based prevention with individual-level clinical care.

* 1. Name

* 2. Job Title

* 3. In which country do you currently work?

* 4. Describe the PICU you work in?  Choose one or more.

* 5. Bed number?

* 6. Do you think partnering with other colleagues in low-and-middle resource countries will be beneficial?

* 7. Are you collaborating with colleagues in low-and-middle resource countries? (for example in student mentorship, grant/research development, consultancy, work abroad, etc)?