We would like to invite you to an event at the Ukrainian Institute of America to launch a new initiative of Razom: The Co-Pilot Project.
After an exploratory mission trip to Ukraine, Dr. Tomycz and his colleagues are determined that the best way to develop high-quality Ukrainian subspecialty surgical programs is to help train young surgeons through mentoring relationships. Just as a pilot on a long arduous flight relies heavily on his co-pilot, we will bring surgeons from U.S./Canada/Europe that will function in that supportive role and share their experience with Ukrainian neurosurgeons.
The Co-Pilot Project team will travel to Ukraine for 3 months this summer to start what we hope will be a lifelong correspondence and professional affiliation with multiple Ukrainian neurosurgeons and their institutions.
While we are starting with neurosurgery, we hope to expand these efforts into other sectors of healthcare.
Please join us on March 5th at UIA for a short overview of the project, good jazz music + wine and some inpiration.
4:00PM Doors Open: Jazz + Wine
4:30PM Introduction of The Co-Pilot Project team
4:40PM Screening of a short film about the exploratory trip to Ukraine in August 2016 (15min) by Ruslan Batytskyi
4:55PM Plans for The Co-Pilot Project (Luke Tomycz, MD)
5:10PM Event Close: Special guest
5:20PM Silent Auction winners announced
7:00PM Dinner and afterparty downtown
Read more about the project here. Funds collected for CPP would be used to subsidize surgery for indigent patients who cannot pay for surgery as well as to directly assist in the training and education of Ukrainian neurosurgeons. As well as to help ship a container with medical equipment needed for the training to Ukraine via our partner - Support Hospitals in Ukraine.
Big thanks to Ukrainian Institute of America for co-sponsoring the event and to Razom volunteers that made The Co-Pilot Project possible.
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