Activities and Events
The Faculty of Remote and Rural Healthcare 2019 November Workshop
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, 13th November 2019
Join us to hear more on the activities of FRRH, how to get involved and how you can support the development of FRRH and remote and rural healthcare globally, the event will be hosted by FRRH Deputy Chair, Dr Rikard Moen, Head of Health, Transport for London and supported by FRRH Chair, Alistair Fraser, VP of Health, Shell.
This event will serve as a working meeting to gather feedback and input for the creation of a FRRH Capabilities Framework. This framework will deliver the following;
- Provide a description of the scope of practice and capabilities required of those working in clinical roles in remote and rural contexts e.g. for healthcare organizations and their employees
- Provide a foundation against which training providers can align course development for remote and rural health care professionals
- Act as a basis for development of clinical examinations in remote and rural healthcare.
We are delighted to welcome three world renowned remote and rural healthcare speakers who will discuss the challenges and success they have experienced in remote and rural healthcare. The event speakers are three advocates of the professional diversity that the Faculty looks to support in developing remote and rural healthcare. Each speaker listed below will discuss the challenges to healthcare faced within their respective arenas followed by time for open discussion.
Dr Sundeep Dhillon - Medical and Technology Advisory, Case Medicine
Dr David Flower - Senior Health Director, BP
Dr Brian Davey - Director, Health and Safety, World Bank
We are looking forward to seeing you at the event, book your place here
FRRH 12th November Drinks Reception
The FRRH Executive Committee are delighted to invite you to an evening of informal networking on the evening of the 12th of November, 1700 till 1830 in the historic RCSEd Fellows Library. Book your place here.
Tours of the Surgeons Hall Museum will be available on the evening. We ask that no food, drink or photography are allowed in the museum.
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