Featured FRRHH News Items
FRRHH spoke with Dr Sara Saeed Khurram, CEO and Co-Founder of Sehat Kahani to find out what the main inspiration was behind setting up the organisation and how they have enabled many female practitioners in Pakistan the opportunity to balance both a career and family life.
We are delighted to announce a new development in the FRRHH Capabilities Framework with the support of Organisational Member, Robert Gordon University (RGU).
In this article, we hear from our newest Organisational Member, Body Interact, on their Virtual Patient Simulator and how this service can support remote, rural, and humanitarian healthcare.
Other FRRHH News
- Published: 1 April 2021
The FRRHH Fellowship, launching in May 2021, will facilitate access and exposure of healthcare professionals to different healthcare systems or healthcare contexts in order to develop the knowledge, skill or experience required to work in and support remote, rural and humanitarian healthcare.
The Introduction to Humanitarian Healthcare Course, launched in April 2021, is the first educational offering from the FRRHH. The course has been developed by a group of educational and humanitarian healthcare experts in partnership with UK-Med.