Featured FRRHH News Items
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) and UK-MED have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), setting out their mutual commitment to collaboration and exploration of future opportunities under the shared aim of setting, improving, and recognising standards in humanitarian healthcare.
FRRHH organistional member, Body Interact have developed a free course in partnership with The Portuguese Red Cross to train healthcare professionals in the process of safely administering COVID-19 vaccinations.
The Virtual Doctors are a UK based, leading telemedicine charity. They share how their smartphone app is transforming the lives of many vulnerable people living in rural Africa.
Other FRRHH News
- Published: 19 October 2021
Former Chair of The Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care (FPHC), and current FRRHH Executive Committee member, Colville Laird shares his insight into the Diploma in Urgent Medical Care. In his blog he explains how this qualification may be of interest to remote, rural and humanitarian healthcare practitioners.
Faculty Chair, Dr Rikard Moen, writes about his profession of Occupational Medicine and highlights an exciting webinar series presented jointly by IOMSC and SOM. Dr Moen has led the development of this exciting global series in his role as International Chair of the SOM.
- Published: 5 August 2021
NGOs Bridge2Aid and Smileawi have collaborated with The Dental Association of Malawi, and Malawian Ministry of Health to plan a pilot project. The project aims to train medical assistants in rural areas to promote oral health and to provide simple emergency dentistry.