The Rohingya Crisis – Call for Medical Volunteers

Doctors Worldwide has been active in Bangladesh since November 2017 responding to the Rohingya Crisis. From our strong presence on the ground, there is dire need to strengthen and improve the quality of care being delivered through the clinics in the camps of Cox’s Bazar. Our Postgraduate Fellowship (PGF) in Migrant and Refugee Health Programme is strategically designed to cover core medical topics relevant to Bangladeshi doctors working in the camps.
Who we need: We are seeking the expertise of volunteer doctors to serve as volunteer faculty and educators to support improvements in clinical practice. Doctors should have a minimum of 5 years of clinical experience post-qualification of medical degree. Additionally, expertise in the following is desired: humanitarian medicine; primary care; emergency care; paediatrics; mental health; gender-based violence; family planning; sexual and reproductive health, and medical education.
Time commitment: We are conducting this project starting in July until October 2018. Medical deployment groups will serve a minimum time commitment of 10 days, although a longer duration is preferred.
To submit your interest please email your CV and cover letter to info@doctorsworldwide.org or contact us for more information on info@doctorsworldwide.org

 

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