FRRHH News items from November 2023
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- Published: 30 November 2023
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.
- Published: 20 November 2023
As part of our five-year anniversary campaign, we took the opportunity to speak with some of our Executive Committee Members about the origins of the Faculty, how it has evolved over the years and how they see FRRHH developing in the future.
Faculty Executive Members Welcomed by Their Majesties The King and Queen at Buckingham Palace Reception Thanking UK Contributions to Humanitarian Healthcare
- Published: 16 November 2023
Their Majesties, accompanied by The Duke of Gloucester, welcomed Faculty Executive Members, Mr Andy Kent and Prof. Tony Redmond and others to collectively thank those who are part of the UK's contribution to humanitarianism. The reception, held on November 8 at Buckingham Palace, recognised and reflected upon the UK's contribution to humanitarian efforts across the world and also marked 60 years of the Disasters Emergency Committee.
- Published: 15 November 2023
Stuart J Fergusson reviews his Rural Surgical Fellowship ahead of work in the Shetland Islands. Stuart details the diverse experiences, procedures, and skills acquired during the fellowship, highlighting its role in meeting the unique healthcare needs of remote communities like the Shetland Islands.
- Published: 3 November 2023 | Tags:
- The Faculty
The Faculty of Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare (FRRHH) celebrates its five-year journey in November 2023, marking significant achievements during this brief period. Initially established as the Faculty of Remote & Rural Healthcare (FRRH), it incorporated Humanitarian in 2020, addressing the pressing need in healthcare to define and set standards for both medical and non-medical personnel delivering services in remote and rural and humanitarian environments.
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