I’ve been asked by my colleagues at Doctors WorldWide if they could say a few words about their course. I’ve known the guys from DWW a few years now and they even ran their incredible workshop on disaster medicine at our JIC symposium last year. I’ve not been to their Humanitarian Medical Aid Course but if it is anything like that workshop, it will be without doubt both educational and fun (which, for those of you who know me, is my most favourite combination)
Humanitarian Medical Aid Course
Now in its thirteenth year, the Doctors Worldwide Humanitarian Medical Aid course provides the opportunity to learn and explore the key details of medical aid work in the humanitarian sector. Two days of lectures, scintillating debate, first hand experiences and simulated disaster scenarios, this course is not something you want to miss if you’re thinking of getting started in the humanitarian aid sector.
The experience also provides an excellent opportunity for networking, and learning priceless new skills imparted from our dedicated and knowledgeable faculty, who have grown up blending medical careers with volunteerism, crossing the divides between disaster and development and having experienced this kind of work first hand. \
If you’re ready to begin your journey, and make a difference in the lives of others, then don’t hesitate to book your place today at bit.ly/2S6XMjd.