How to take an OOPE – interview with Dr Sophie Redlin

I was put in touch with Sophie, a British GP trainee, whilst I was working in Japan, when she approached my then boss, Ryuki, about coming to Fukushima to do qualitative research. Her work, the patient voice project, studies the biopsychoscial model in communities in four different countries and whether that has an impact on mental … Continue reading How to take an OOPE – interview with Dr Sophie Redlin

Reflections from the Rohingya Refugee camps and the Doctors WorldWide Postgraduate Fellowship in Refugee Health pilot training programme

This week, I have reproduced, with Dr Mizan Hoque's permission, his report on his work with the Rohingya migrant population in Bangladesh. Mizan and I were on the same VTS training scheme and I hadn't seen him since qualifying. We reconnected when I bumped into him at a Doctors Worldwide (DWW) event where they were … Continue reading Reflections from the Rohingya Refugee camps and the Doctors WorldWide Postgraduate Fellowship in Refugee Health pilot training programme