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DWW and Leeds Muslim Medic Event

On the 11th February 2019, Doctors Worldwide was delighted to attend an event run by the Leeds Muslim Medic Society at the University of Leeds on the topic of ‘Medicine and Humanitarianism’. Two of our trustees, Dr Bushera Choudhry and Dr Najeeb Rahman, who are graduates of the University of Leeds themselves, were pleased to return and […]

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DWW launches the second round of training to our Cohort B participants in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

We are excited to announce the return of our Postgraduate Fellowship (PGF) for Cohort B from November 2018 – March 2019. The Cohort B PGF training programme involves 108 hours of classroom sessions and 288 hours of clinical shadowing over a 14-week period. We have recruited a mixed (gender, ethnic, religious, age & experience) cohort […]

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Rwanda Palliative Care Training

A Doctors Worldwide team headed out to Kigali, Rwanda in November 2018 to deliver Palliative Care Training as part of our project in the region. We are working with our local partner, Al Amal, to strengthen their capacity in dealing with incurable, non-communicative diseases and to scale up their existing operations. Running over 3 days, […]

DWW are in the Emergency Medical Journal

Doctors Worldwide are delighted to announce that we have had our work published online in the Emergency Medical Journal. The article, written by Dr Mir Ahmed, Medical Training Director for our Bangladesh Post Graduate Fellowship and Dr Najeeb Rahman, one of our trustees, entitled: ‘Emergency response training and provision of emergency response kits to Rohingya […]

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DWW successfully finishes first cohort Postgraduate Fellowship (PGF) in Migrant and Refugee Health for local doctors working in Rohingya refugee and migrant camps, Cox’s Bazar

Congratulations to our PGF Participants! It is with immense excitement that we announce the completion of our first ever Postgraduate Fellowship (PGF) in Migrant and Refugee Health for 24 local Bangladeshi doctors in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Congratulations to all of the 24 participants who worked exceptionally hard and dedicated their time to improve their skills […]

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Evaluation and Learning Day with DWW Volunteers (Postgraduate Fellowship in Migrant and Refugee Health)

In light of the Cohort A Postgraduate Fellowship (PGF) ending, DWW hosted a Learning and Evaluation Day to present our preliminary findings and progression of the fellowship. Since its inception, we have had over 40 volunteers (NHS doctors, public health practitioners, and researchers) assist with the content and structure of the PGF. In addition, we deployed […]

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Indonesian Earthquake

Following the devastating Earthquake and Tsunami on 28th September an emergency medical team from IMARET was deployed and has been working in conjunction with the Indonesian Red Crescent to provide emergency medical care to the survivors. An initial clinic base was set in Palu, with additional medical assessment teams treating the displaced survivors. A second […]