Category Archive for "Palestinian Territories"

Driving Global Burn Care training in Ethiopia, Nepal, Bangladesh and OPT (Oct 2018)

Over the next few years, Interburns will be delivering a range of burn care training to staff across Ethiopia, Nepal, Bangladesh, Malawi, and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. This training is typically delivered by local health care staff who have received

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Creating an Advanced Surgical Training programme for burn care (May 2018)

In May 2018, an international group of plastic surgeons, general surgeons and paediatric surgeons from all over the world came together to create a new training module for the Interburns Advanced Burn Care programme, focused on training burn surgeons in

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Improving Burn First Aid and Prevention: Basic Burn Care workshop in Addis Ababa (March 2018)

In March 2018, Interburns brought together a diverse international group to develop Basic Burn Care (BBC), a new Interburns training programme aimed at training primary-level health care workers  at health posts, community clinics and primary hospitals. The focus of BBC

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Burn Care in the Palestinian Territories: Supporting Staff in Hebron and Nablus (July 2017)

Dr Sian Falder, Interburns Trustee, Consultant Plastic Surgeon and Clinical Lead of Burn Service, Director of Clinical Effectiveness and Service Transformation, Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust As part of an ongoing partnership with Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP), a team from Interburns

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Burns Training in Ramallah (December 2016)

From the 4-9th December Interburns ran a training programme in Ramallah in the West Bank, in partnership with Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP). This training followed on from an initial course held in Hebron in January 2016 to staff from

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Partnership with MAP to improve burn care in the West Bank (January 2016)

In January 2016 a small Interburns team visited the West Bank in the Occupied Palestinian Territories for a joint assessment and training programme, in partnership with Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP). There is currently only one operational burn unit in

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