The Toronto Addis Ababa Academic Collaboration in Emergency Medicine (TAAAC-EM) is an
internationally recognized leader in postgraduate medical education. It is a flagship program of
TAAAC and is part of Global Health Emergency Medicine (GHEM). Since the initiation of the
program ten years ago, 43 emergency medicine physicians (and counting) have completed
postgraduate training and are now establishing emergency departments across the country.

Our collaboration involves not only curriculum delivery but also curriculum development,
building resource-appropriate exam procedures and bringing together similarly-minded
physicians from across east Africa in a series of leadership conferences. TAAAC-EM leads 3
one month teaching visits per year with U of T emergency medicine staff and residents, from
both the Department of Medicine and the Department of Family & Community Medicine. We
also organize a visiting fellowship program hosted at U of T for Ethiopian staff.

TAAAC-EM is seeking a highly motivated individual to join our executive team as Point-of-Care
Ultrasound (POCUS) Co-Lead. This is a 2-year, potentially renewable position. Responsibilities
will be split between the successful applicant and the current POCUS Lead.

The role description and requirements can be found below. In order to apply for this position,
please submit a CV, letter of intent, and contact information for three references to Hannah
Girdler, Program Manager, Toronto Addis Ababa Academic Collaboration in Emergency
Medicine ( The deadline for this call is October 30th, 2022.