Wednesday, July 16, 2014
We have a visiting Resident from Phoenix Children’s Hospital for the next few weeks working with our staff. Tsan is doing a Global Health rotation and is attached to our CHIPS program here in Swaziland for the month of July. She spent her first week at Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative in Mbabane. She was able to shadow doctors there and gain pediatric HIV experience. The next two weeks will be spent in Vuvulane with the Kudvumisa/CHIPS outreach team doing community HIV care and treatment with emphasis on children and adolescents. She will be sharing her expertise with our nurse and HTC counselors as well as learning from them. We are excited to have her working with us for these next few weeks!
Tsan was born in Taiwan and went to medical school in North Carolina. Her family lives in Washington. She is very interested in pediatric HIV and wishes to further her experience and knowledge so she can use it in her practice back in the States.