The goal of every SUDC Coalition program is to continue our mission of global awareness and focused research.
PHYSICIAN ADVOCACY PROGRAM
This program is designed to create an educated physician network, worldwide. The more medical providers who are educated about SUDC, the more awareness and community support can be generated.
EDUCATION + OUTREACH = AWARENESS
We want SUDC to be a household term. We believe that starts with broad awareness programs. Educating our medical providers, parents, first responders in every community.
We are actively working to create new avenues of research in the areas of medicine that could potentially be associated or linked to SUDC.
The SUDC Coalition is a collective of non-profits and individuals with common goals. One of those goals is to raise funds for research. All donations and fundraising efforts are directed by our non-profit partnerships.
Our goal at the SUDC Coalition is to create initiatives that motivate our collective community to rise up and take action. All Coalition members have influence and input in every initiative and in doing so, we strengthen each other and our drive to achieve our objectives.
MEDICAL SCHOOL CURRICULUM ADVANCEMENT
Dr. Denise Wunderler heads up this initiative through her extensive network of physician and medical school connections. The SUDC Coalition goal is to advance medical school curriculums nationwide to include SUDC education and awareness. We believe the education of young physicians is critical to the advancement of SUDC awareness and the creation of interest in future research.
NATIONAL MEDIA PRESENCE
The growth in national media presence for the SUDC Coalition is paramount to the achievement of every other goal set forth by the collective group of members herein. Our pursuit of media recognition for SUDC is the ultimate target in our awareness efforts. We strive to make SUDC a household term and gain global recognition.
The lack of research into the causes of Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood is shocking. The SUDC Coalition demands change in the volume of research being initiated both in the U.S. and worldwide. Through fundraising and research study development we will drive the research community to expand new investigations into the cause(s) behind these tragic losses.