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Regina's Hope Medical Program

Regina’s Hope Medical Program provides two types of support opportunities for medical students in the Czech Republic.

Regina's Hope
Clinical training for students who plan to pursue a career in pediatric medicine and who demonstrate a strong interest in dedicating their practice to pediatric cancers and/or blood disorders. For more information, click here.

Global Health
Support for clinical training in any field of medicine for students admitted to Northwestern University through the Global Partner program. For more information, click here.

What former program participants said . . .
Karel, 2005:
“In Children Memorial Hospital I saw the most advanced health care and supportive medicine and I learned a lot about leukemia and tumors in children. . . . I enjoyed working with the enthusiastic doctors, they and the nurses showed me a highly professional but also friendly side of medicine. . . I arranged professional and personal contacts with experts for my future life.”

Lucie, 2006:
“The ethical part of this training was the most interesting . . .The physicians were great and allowed me to listen to their consultations with the parents, children and other family members . . . Getting to know how everything is organized abroad and being able to compare it to our system is more important for us than expanding the academic skills I think.”

Ladislav, 2006:
“I met many interesting people . . . They gave me many new ideas about research and the doctor-patient partnership

The KMD Foundation (The Kristyna M. Driehaus Foundation) is a not-for-profit corporation organized under
the Illinois General Not For Profit Corporation Act of 1986 and is a qualified under IRS code section 501 (c) 3.

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