Indonesian businessman Eddy Sariaatmadja has donated specialist medical equipment that is expected to form the cornerstone of an emerging clinical innovation, skills and training hub being planned by Perth business executive Michael Henderson.
The Anatomy of Complications Workshop was held by CTEC and The University of Western Australia. It consisted of four distinct modules: Pelvic Anatomy, Surgical Skills, Animal Surgery and Case Presentation.
My first trip to the Spinal Injury Rehabilitation Centre (SIRC) in Kathmandu, Nepal was in January 2016. I had been requested to assist with training of nursing and allied staff in regards to spinal cord injured patients.
Report by D-CAPES recipient of 2017
Dr. Gentle S Shrestha
MD, FACC, EDIC, MRCP (I), FCCP
Intensivist & Anaesthesiologist
Lecturer, Department of Anaesthesiology
Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital
Dr Jamie Hendrie talks about his recent visit to Nepal for the 3rd Nepal Emergency Medicine Conference and his Airway Training workshops. He also makes a thought-provoking comment on the longterm effect of the earthquake on the Nepali people.
The postgraduate diploma programme in Emergency Medicine in Myanmar undertaken in collaboration with international partners could serve as a template for building the capacity of countries with limited resources to deliver emergency care training and development.
Two medical students from Indonesia who were recipients of the ISTIH scholarship have returned home after their placement at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital impressed by the multi disciplinary approach to patient care.