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The Faculty of Remote, Rural & Humanitarian Healthcare Celebrates Successful Launch of Membership and Fellowship Awards

The Faculty of Remote, Rural & Humanitarian Healthcare Celebrates Successful Launch of Membership and Fellowship Awards

In a leading move, the Faculty of Remote, Rural & Humanitarian Healthcare (FRRHH) has marked a significant milestone with the initiation of its second membership phase, having invited applications for the first of its kind prestigious awards recognising excellence in the field of remote, rural, and humanitarian healthcare.

Critical Care International (CCI) Student Essay Competition 2023

Critical Care International (CCI) Student Essay Competition 2023

The Faculty of Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare partnered again last year with Critical Care International (CCI) for their 2023 Student Essay Competition. We were pleased to offer three students, a one-year complimentary Affiliate membership to the Faculty and the opportunity to feature their winning essays.

The Tuanku Muhriz Travelling Fellowship in Rural Surgery 2023

The Tuanku Muhriz Travelling Fellowship in Rural Surgery 2023

The Tuanku Muhriz Travelling Fellowship provides Fellows or Members of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, a rewarding opportunity to gain further experience and training in rural surgery in Malaysia. The 2023 Fellowship was awarded to Consultant Orthopaedic Trauma and Hand Surgeon, Adeline Clement.

Other FRRHH News

2023 in Review

2023 in Review - Read more

2023 marked a significant year for the Faculty from launching our Membership and Fellowship awards to celebrating our five-year anniversary! Not to mention a trek around the globe, supporting some key events all with the shared goal of advancing remote, rural and humanitarian healthcare globally.



FRRHH: Five Years in Review and Looking Ahead

FRRHH: Five Years in Review and Looking Ahead - Read more

The Faculty of Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare (FRRHH) has come a long way since its inception in 2018. Formerly known as the Faculty of Remote and Rural Care (FRRH) prior to the inclusion of humanitarian in 2020, the Faculty was established to fulfil a need to improve the accessibility and quality of healthcare for those living and working in remote, rural, austere and life-threatening areas of the world.




FRRHH in Surgeons' News

Surgeons' News issues featuring The Faculty of Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare.

  • Surgeons' News March 2019

    March 2019

  • Surgeons' News September 2019

    September 2019

  • Surgeons' News December 2019

    December 2019

  • Surgeons' News September 2020

    September 2020

  • Surgeons' News December 2020

    December 2020

  • Surgeons' News March 2021

    March 2021

  • Surgeons' News June 2021

    June 2021

  • Surgeons' News June 2022

    June 2022

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