Krzysztof Laudanski, MD, PhD, MA, FCCM
- Senior Consultant | Mayo Clinic
- Brazil | China | Croatia | South Africa | Tanzania, United Republic of | Vietnam
- Brain drain | Protocol development | Telemedicine
Languages: English (fluent), Polish (native), Russian (limited), German (limited)
I have been interested in global health for several years. I participated on several clinical, research and supportive appointments in Brazil, South Africa, Vietnam, People Republic of China, Tanzania and Croatia. My research focus on the mechanism preventing "brain drain" from the low-income countries. I specifically study mechanisms how the transfer of knowledge occur and what are the barriers. I worked with several organization but most recently I collaborate with the Health Volunteers Overseas
Recent global health projects
I am involved in developing the deployment of AI technologies in Africa in the settings of intensive care. The second project pertains to race as a factor in disparities for care delivery
I participate in the development of ECMO program in People Republic in China. This project involves on hands training and setting up infrastructure. I am working on the project with HVO to develop intensive care ultrasound in Vietnam. I am also working with Anesthesia Toolbox, a group aiming at developing set of universal curriculum for under-served areas.
Laudanski K, Scruth E, Winterbottom F, Rastrepo M, Dugar S, Herasevich V, Villanueva I, Armaignac DL, Scott BK. A Survey of Tele-Critical Care State and Needs in 2019 and 2020 Conducted among the Members of the Society of Critical Care Medicine. Healthcare (Basel). 2022 Aug 1;10(8):1445. doi: 10.3390/healthcare10081445. PMID: 36011102; PMCID: PMC9408319.
DiMeglio M, Furey W, Laudanski K. “Content analysis of locum tenens recruitment emails for anesthesiologists” BMC Health Serv Res. 2018;18(1): 981.
Dohlamn L, DiMeglio M, Hajj J, Laudanski K, “Global Brain Drain: How Can the Maslow Theory of Motivation Improve Our Understanding of Physician Migration?” Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019 Apr 2;16(7). pii: E1182. doi: 10.3390/ijerph16071182. Review.
Last Updated: 23 November 2022