Through its public engagement activity and advocacy within North America, CNIS has developed formal partnerships with highly respected organizations, hospitals, foundations and universities throughout North America. Our partners collaborate with us in the implementation of our courses and enhance CNIS’ capacity to deliver our programs.
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Organizational Members 2016
the Canadian Anesthesiologists‘ Society International Education Foundation (CAS IEF)
The CAS was founded in 1943 as a not-for-profit, voluntary organization .
The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC)
The SOGC is one of Canada’s oldest national specialty organizations. Established in 1944, the Society’s mission is to promote excellence in the practice of obstetrics and gynaecology
OkaZhi | Okanagan-Zambia Health InitiativeOkaZHI |Founded by Dr. Bill Nelems in 2009, the OkaZHI Foundation is a bold and exciting new effort working for the enhancement of basic healthcare and health education in Zambia
The University of Calgary supports CNIS surgical courses in Hawassa, Ethiopia. Calgary surgeons Drs. Gwen Hollaar, Doug Johnson, Rob Malloy and Zoe Parr have taught Essential Surgical Skills (ESS) courses for CNIS in Hawassa
University of Alberta Office of International Surgery
The UAlberta Office of International Surgery (OIS) was founded within the Department of Surgery in January 2012 to address a perceived and real deficiency, compared to other comparable Canadian Universities, in the focus on and activities relating to the field of global surgery.
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Medicine . The only bilingual medical faculty in Canada, we are committed to excellence in education and health research, and are attuned to the needs of the communities we serve – from local to global
Office of International Surgery – University of Toronto | The Office of International Surgery (OIS) at the University of Toronto was established by the Department of Surgery to foster surgical education and research for development.
Canadian Association of Surgical Chairs (CASC)