On the right are links to websites with information regarding global health opportunities.  Below are specific adverts that you may wish to apply for.

Subspecialty training & career mentoring in Zambia: Opportunity for Consultant Anaesthetists

SHARP Global Anaesthesia Fellowship: 1 year fellowship in Hereford including practical preparation for overseas experience, simulation training and active involvement in projects in Tanzania. Contact Dr Becky Paris, rebecca.paris@wvt.nhs.uk

Tutors (3-6 month posts) are required to teach on the Anaesthesia MSc course, Gondar, Ethiopia: There is an ongoing project to deliver an MSc in clinical anaesthesia in Gondar University Hospital. This provides clinical teaching for the non-physician anaesthetists who provide the vast majority of anaesthetics in Ethiopia. Tutors are required for periods of 3 – 6 months at a time. For more information, please contact bdzsilverman@gmail.com

The Global Partnerships department at the RCoA are currently advertising a number of Trainee Fellowships open to anaesthetists in training who are interested in undertaking a placement in a low resource setting. These include: BKL Walawalkar Hospital, Dervan, India (ST5+) Closing date 5th August 2018; Medical Mission Institute Bugando, Mwanza, Tanzania (ST5+) Closing date 3rd August 2018; Post-CCT opportunities through FMoH in Ethiopia OngoingNamibian Anaesthesia Fellowships (ST5+) Closing date 19th September 2018

Previous opportunities have included: Facing Africa Fellowship Closed; Kings Sierra Leone Partnership Senior Trainee Fellow (CT2+ & ST5+) ClosedLifebox Fellowship at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre, Tanzania Closed 

Mercy Ships Capacity Building Program Facilitators, Guinea: delivering training on pulse oximetry, hypoxia management, PACU, and implementation of the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist. Anaesthetists from CT2 onwards, September 2018 – May 2019; 6 weeks to 6m+, Closed 

King’s College Global Health & Global Surgery PhD opportunity  Closed

Zambia Anaesthesia Development Program


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