Treating Patients in a Vulnerable Population

Dr. Seth Wayne, an ophthalmologist in Ghana, West Africa, travels to various communities and district hospitals performing cataract surgeries to treat blindness. He partners with Unite for Sight to provide these free surgeries for people throughout the region. He shares how coronavirus has impacted his work and ability to provide these necessary surgeries to an already extremely vulnerable population. He discusses how Ghana is handling the virus and how he has adapted his surgical practices to meet the needs of the times.

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Speaking of Dignity is a podcast dedicated to listening to the voices of those workers whose labor we recognize as essential but who rarely get an opportunity to share their experiences, expertise, and insights. Our aim is to move toward recognition of the most vulnerable in the working world and expand our imagination of the common good.

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August 31, 2020

Global AffairsHealth and SocietyGrace MuneneInternational Summer Service Learning Program (ISSLP)Unite for SightCoronavirusCatholic Social TeachingCenter for Social Concerns

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