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Table 2 Transnational networks in the development of emergency medicine in India

From: Socialization, legitimation and the transfer of biomedical knowledge to low- and middle-income countries: analyzing the case of emergency medicine in India

Professional association/group Domestic members and partners Diasporic and foreign members and partners
Society of Emergency Medicine, India - Private hospitals
- Private medical colleges
- American Association for Emergency Medicine in India
- Royal College of Emergency Physicians
- International Federation of Emergency Medicine
- Individual contributors from high-income countries such as the U.S., U.K., Australia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, etc.
Indo-US Emergency and Trauma Collaborative - Public medical colleges
- Private medical colleges
- U.S. medical colleges
- British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin
- U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Individual contributors primarily from the U.S. and U.K
Academy of Traumatology - Public medical colleges
- Private hospitals
- Diasporic emergency physicians and other medical professionals from the U.S.
- American Association for Physicians of Indian Origin
Other transnational partnerships - Public medical colleges
- Private medical colleges
- Private hospitals
- Diasporic associations (for example, Andhra Pradesh Medical Graduates in USA)
- Medical institutions and individual contributors from the U.S., U.K., Australia and other high-income settings