Category Archive for "Rehabilitation"

Paediatric Burn Care in Kabul, Afghanistan (November 2016)

  In October a mixed team from Interburns and Universitats Kinderspital Zurich (University Children’s Hospital, Zurich) visited Kabul to work with our local partners based at the Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health (IGICH). IGICH has the main paediatric burns

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Acute Burn Care Fellowships for Kirtipur Team (September 2016)

A team from Kirtipur Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal visited the Interburns Training Centre at Choithram Hospital and Research Centre in Indore, India to learn different aspects of acute burn care, under the supervision and guidance of Dr Shobha Chamania and her

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Improving paediatric burn care in Afghanistan (May 2016)

  There are over 500 admissions a year to the burn ward of the Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health (IGICH) in Kabul, the largest paediatric hospital in Afghanistan. More than 70% of burn injuries treated on the burn ward of IGICH are young

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Advanced Burn Care Rehabilitation training in Dhaka, Bangladesh (March 2015)

From the 15th – 19th March 2015, Interburns ran a 5 day intensive training programme in Physical Rehabilitation for Burns. This was a joint programme developed collaboratively delivered by Interburns and the Sunshine Social Welfare Foundation (Taiwan), hosted and delivered

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Advanced Burn Care Rehabilitation training: Dhaka, Bangladesh 15-19 March 2015

Interburns is developing an Advanced Burn Care Rehabilitation training programme for physiotherapists and occupational therapists working in burns in Low and Middle Income Countries, in collaboration with Sunshine Social Welfare Foundation, Taiwan. This five day training will be hosted at

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Burn Physiotherapy Fellowship in Sri Lanka (September 2014)

Pranita Sharma is a physiotherapist at the Interburns Training Centre at Choithram Hospital and Research Centre, Indore, India. While the ITC is usually the host for fellows from other countries – including Afghanistan, Nepal, Tanzania, and Uganda – on this

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