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American Austrian Foundation ©2014
OMI MISSION STATEMENT
 IMPROVE HEALTH CARE in COUNTRIES in TRANSITION
 PROMOTE BRAIN GAIN and PREVENT BRAIN DRAIN
 PROVIDE STATE-OF-THE-ART POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL
EDUCATION and TRAINING
 EMPOWER HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
 REBUILD THE HEALTH CARE PYRAMID
* MEDICAL EDUCATION BEYOND BORDERS *
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
THREE-STEP APPROACH
1. KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER
(Seminars)
2. EXPERIENCE EXCHANGE
(Observerships)
3. DISTANCE LEARNING & CAPACITY BUILDING
(Open Medical Clubs, CD-ROMs, Medical Handbook
Online, Case Library, Satellite Symposia, Visiting
Professorships)
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1. KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER
 English-speaking mid-career level physicians are selected
based on merit and invited to one week seminars in
Salzburg
 World-renowned faculty donate their time and expertise
 Faculty and fellows work together in a secluded
environment
 Networking opportunities – personal contacts
… Colleagues Helping Colleagues
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SALZBURG MEDICAL SEMINARS
ACADEMIC PARTNERS
AUSTRIA
Salzburg
WEILL CORNELL
CHOP
New York
COLUMBIA
DUKE
CLEVELAND
Vienna
Graz
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
ACADEMIC PARTNERS
 WEILL CORNELL MEDICAL COLLEGE
and its affiliated hospitals (NYPH, MSKCC, HSS, Methodist)
 THE CHILDREN´S HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA
 DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
College of Physicians and Surgeons
 CLEVELAND CLINIC FOUNDATION
 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
(WHO, CDC, EAU)
 AUSTRIAN AND EUROPEAN EXPERTS
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
Salzburg Medical Seminars International
1993 – June 2014
16.343 Fellows / 494 Seminars / 123 Countries and Regions / 1.539 Faculty Members
Salzburg
> 100 Participants / Country
< 100 Participants / Country
Vienna
Academic Partner
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
Cooperation Partner
123 COUNTRIES AND REGIONS – 16.343 Fellows
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
COUNTRY
Afghanistan
Albania
Argentina
Armenia
Australia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Bangladesh
Belarus
Belgium
Belize
Bhutan
Bosnia Herzegovina
Botswana
Brazil
Bulgaria
Burkina Faso
Cambodia
Cameroon
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Congo
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
Estonia
Ethiopia
Fellows
2
430
6
830
14
157
397
3
244
9
2
1
291
1
6
393
1
7
2
7
4
32
2
2
557
3
677
4
11
427
2
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
COUNTRY
Finland
France
Gabon
Gambia
Georgia
Germany
Ghana
Greece
Hungary
India
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Kenya
Kosovo
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan
Laos
Latvia
Lebanon
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macedonia
Malawi
Fellows
7
11
1
1
445
40
3
19
504
20
18
11
18
4
2
44
3
3
2
534
20
271
1
333
4
370
1
626
1
400
1
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
COUNTRY
Fellows
Malaysia
17
Mauritius
2
Mexico
133
Moldova
460
Mongolia
394
Montenegro
176
Morocco
4
Mozambique
1
Myanmar
2
Namibia
2
Nepal
9
Netherlands
11
New Zealand
3
Nigeria
31
Norway
7
Pakistan
5
Papua New Guinea
2
Peru
10
Philippines
7
Poland
467
Portugal
55
Qatar
29
Romania
621
Russia-Moscow
354
Russia-Nizhny-Novgorod 190
Russia-Novosibirsk
229
Russia-Rostov-on-Don
102
Russia-Samara
302
Russia-St. Petersburg
480
Russia-Vladivostok
112
Saudi Arabia
2
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98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
COUNTRY
Senegal
Serbia
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Africa
Spain
Sri Lanka
Sudan
Suriname
Sweden
Switzerland
Tajikistan
Tanzania
Thailand
Trinidad & Tobago
Turkey
Turkmenistan
Uganda
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Uruguay
USA
Uzbekistan
Venezuela
Vietnam
Yemen
Zambia
Zimbabwe
TOTAL
Fellows
2
622
3
631
343
22
20
2
14
2
9
35
250
113
11
1
45
4
15
1.215
9
35
1
89
364
2
12
5
3
3
16.343
2. EXPERIENCE EXCHANGE
OMI – Clinical Observerships
 All seminar alumni are eligible for up to 3 one-month clinical
observerships in Austrian and American Hospitals
 Experience Exchange – Hands-on Training
 New Techniques and Treatment Protocols
 Modern Hospital and Health Care Management
 Build Personal and Professional Relationships
 Establish Joint Research Projects and Collaborative Studies
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OMI Observership Partner Institutions

Vienna Hospital Association and its affiliated hospitals: General Hospital Vienna (AKH),
Krankenanstalt Rudolfstiftung , Krankenhaus Hietzing, Sozialmedizinisches Zentrum Ost –
Donauspital; Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Spital, Gottfried von Preyer'schem Kinderspital,
Wilhelminenspital)

Other Hospitals in Vienna: St. Josef Krankenhaus Zentrum; Orthopaedisches Spital Wien
Speising; Thermenklinikum Moedling; Unfallkrankenhaus Wien Lorenz Boehler;
Krankenhaus Korneuburg; Evangelisches Krankenhaus, Medical University of Vienna,
Ambulatorium zur Diagnose und Behandlung sexuell uebertragbarer Krankheiten,
Confraternitaet - Privatklinik Josefstadt

General Hospital Graz

General Hospital Salzburg / St.-Johanns-Spital

Other Hospitals in Austria: Krankenhaus - Barmherzige Brueder Graz, Tagesklinik Arlberg;
LKH Villach, LKH Leoben Eisenerz, Krankenhaus Barmherzige Schwestern – Linz, LandesFrauen- und Kinderklinik Linz, AUVA-Unfallkrankenhaus Linz, General Hospital Linz,
Kardinal Schwarzenberg'sches Krankenhaus, Landeskrankenhaus Feldkirch

Hospitals in the US: NewYork Presbyterian Hospital, the Children‘s Hospital of Philadelphia,
the University of Pennsylvania
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44 COUNTRIES AND REGIONS – 2.091 Observers
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
COUNTRY
Afghanistan
Albania
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Congo
Croatia
Czech Republic
Estonia
Georgia
Hungary
Iraq
Kazakhstan
Kosovo
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Macedonia
Moldova
Mongolia
OBSERVERS
2
64
204
82
11
36
77
1
45
51
33
101
31
3
63
25
35
37
62
72
76
69
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
COUNTRY
Montenegro
Nigeria
Papua New Guinea
Poland
Romania
Russia - Moscow
Russia - Nizhny Novgorod
Russia - Novosibirsk
Russia - Rostov on Don
Russia - Samara
Russia - St. Petersburg
Russia - Vladivostock
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Tajikistan
Tanzania
Uganda
Ukraine
United Kingdom
Uzbekistan
TOTAL
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OBSERVERS
11
4
1
31
105
77
40
47
27
35
51
16
76
74
15
1
37
29
1
181
1
51
2.091
3. DISTANCE LEARNING/CAPACITY BUILDING
Distance Learning - Open Medical Club (OMC)

The OMC provides seminar alumni with opportunities for
continuing medical education

All seminar alumni are eligible for membership

Members have access to state-of-the-art medical information
via our Medical Handbook Online, Video Conferences and
Global Case Library

Local OMCs represent and promote the OMI programs in the
region
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
3. DISTANCE LEARNING/CAPACITY BUILDING
Capacity Building
OMI Satellite Symposia and Visiting Professorships
 Two-day symposia or one day visiting professorships
organized by local OMI coordinators and OMC members
 Conducted by regional and international faculty
 Reach a larger local audience of health care professionals
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
SATELLITE SYMPOSIA
2000 – June 2014
155 Satellite Symposia in 28 different countries
Albania
Kazakhstan
Poland
Armenia
Kosovo
Qatar
Austria
Kyrgysztan
Romania
Azerbaijan
Latvia
Russia
Croatia
Lithuania
Serbia
Czech Republic
Macedonia
Slovakia
Estonia
Mexico
Slovenia
Georgia
Moldova
Ukraine
Hungary
Mongolia
Uzbekistan
Montenegro
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
OPEN MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Transfer Knowledge - Build Capacity
SATELLITE
SYMPOSIA /VISITING
PROFESSORSHIP
CAPACITY
BUILDING
FACULTY
FELLOWS
OBSERVERSHIPS
MEDICAL SEMINARS
EXPERIENCE
EXCHANGE
KNOWLEDGE
TRANSFER
OBSERVERS
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
SUCCESS STORIES

Dr. L. K., Prague, Czech Republic (attended 4 seminars, twice as Faculty member)
won a $250,000 NIH Fogarty grant to fund her own lab in Prague to genotype Hepatitis
C Viruses

Dr. A. B., Moscow, Russia (attended 1 seminar)
has been entrusted with implementing an $88 Million Global Fund grant for an HIV
control program in Russia

Dr. V. K., Vladivostok, Russia (attended 2 seminars)
serves as Director of the Vladivostok Health Care System, and is regularly in contact
with Austrian and American hospital management companies

Dr. A. Z., Kiev, Ukraine (attended 3 seminars and 4 internships)
published the most up-to-date atlas for the lung’s microstructure, in collaboration with
scientists from the University of Vienna
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IMPACT OF THE OMI PROGRAMS
COUNTRY
FELLOWSHIPS
AWARDED
TOTAL NUMBER
OF PHYSICIANS
% OF TOTAL
PHYSICIANS
Montenegro
176
1.251
14,07%
Tajikistan
250
13.247
1,89%
Albania
430
3.696
11,63%
Czech Republic
677
38.171
1,77%
Armenia
830
8.355
9,93%
Hungary
504
29.500
1,71%
Estonia
427
4.372
9,77%
Bulgaria
393
28.384
1,38%
Macedonia
400
5.364
7,46%
Azerbaijan
397
32.335
1,23%
Slovenia
343
5.121
6,70%
Romania
621
51.153
1,21%
Latvia
370
6.456
5,73%
Kazakhstan
534
58.690
0,91%
Tanzania*
113
2.050
5,51%
Ukraine
1.215
158.681
0,77%
Mongolia
394
7.584
5,20%
Belarus
244
35.904
0,68%
Lithuania
626
13.552
4,62%
Poland
467
84.221
0,55%
Moldova
460
10.060
4,57%
Uzbekistan
364
66.856
0,54%
Croatia
557
12.490
4,46%
Austria
157
40.634
0,39%
Bosnia Herzegovina
291
6.664
4,37%
Russia
1.769
614.183
0,29%
Slovakia
631
16.201
3,89%
Mexico
133
240.525
0,06%
Kyrgyzstan
333
10.698
3,11%
Serbia
622
20.825
2,99%
Source: http://apps.who.int/gho/data/node.main.A1443?lang=en
Georgia
445
18.235
2,44%
* http://www.aho.afro.who.int/profiles_information/images/c/c8/TanzaniaStatistical_Factsheet.pdf?ua=1&ua=1
COUNTRY
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FELLOWSHIPS TOTAL NUMBER % OF TOTAL
AWARDED
OF PHYSICIANS PHYSICIANS
OMI MASTER
"Clinical Science & Health Policy"
Leadership & Health Policy
Master
Clinical Science
& Health Policy
Research & Clinical Sciences
Capacity Building
Faculty Development
e-learning
Experience Exchange
Internships / Observerships
Biomed. Knowledge Transfer & Clinical Skills
Salzburg Medical Seminars,Train the Trainer Courses
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
FUNDING PARTNERS
 FEDERAL & PROVINCIAL ORGANIZATIONS
(Austrian Ministry for Science, Research and Economy, Austrian
Development Agency, City of Vienna, Land Salzburg, Land
Steiermark)
 OPEN SOCIETY FOUNDATION (OSF)
 CORPORATIONS
(Austrian Airlines, Medtronic, Olympus, Siemens, Sixt, E. Lilly,
Behring, Fresenius)
 INDIVIDUAL DONORS
 FOUNDATIONS & NGOs
(Medtronic Foundation, Olga Havel Foundation, Max Kade
Foundation, Leir Foundation, Haimoff Foundation, European
Urological Association, International Atherosclerosis Society)
 VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
OTHER DEVELOPMENTS
 GERHARD ANDLINGER CHAIR
for International Medicine and Distance Learning at
Weill Cornell Medical College
 CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL PEDIATRICS at
The Children´s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
 OSF - HEALTH EXPERTS SEMINARS
Education for health care providers and teachers around the globe
 RESEARCH OBSERVERSHIPS
Basic biomedical and clinical research skill training for OMI
Seminar Alumni
 STROKE PREVENTION UNITS
In cooperation with the Austrian Development Agency
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
OMI CHARTER - OMI GUARANTEES:
OPEN ACCESS
... to the latest medical information & research ...
OPEN ACCESS
... to advanced training & treatment protocols ...
OPEN ACCESS
... to colleagues and professional organizations ...
OPEN ACCESS
... to the best preventive medical practices ...
*Collegiality * Sharing Knowledge and Experience * Friendship*
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
THE “REAL” BENEFIT
“This educational program not only changed my life,
it saved the lives of many of my newborn babies
who otherwise would not have had a chance.”
P. K., MD, PhD
Attended 5 seminars
Head of the 1st Neonatal Clinic
Perinatal Center
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Kosice, Slovakia
www.neonatology.sk
American Austrian Foundation ©2014
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