Dr. Quesnele was selected for the first WHO-WFC Collaboration Fellowship position between the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC). He and his family moved to Geneva Switzerland, where the WHO Headquarters is located, for eight months. While there, Dr. Quesnele worked on the Classification, Terminologies and Standards team, who were responsible for revising the International Classification of Disease, currently in its 11th Revision. This experience has enabled Dr. Quesnele to continue work with WFC and WHO and has given him significant experience in health policy and research.
Dr. Quesnele serves under the public health committee with WFC. He contributes his expertise to advance the classification of musculoskeletal diagnoses and the classification of health interventions for musculoskeletal problems.
Dr. Quesnele has been a volunteer with the World Spine Care (WSC) since 2012. World Spine Care (WSC) has been recently launched to fill the profound gap in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions found in the developing world. WSC is a multinational not-for-profit organization, bringing together the full spectrum of health care professionals involved in spinal health – medical physicians and specialists, surgeons, chiropractors, and physiotherapists. WSC is focused on providing evidence-based, culturally integrated prevention, assessment, and treatment of spinal disorders in the developing world.
Dr. Jairus Quesnele was selected to be part of the Pan Am 2015 Medical Team providing care to athletes, coaches and officials from July 14-21, 2015.