An exploration of Swansea medical students’ experiences of active involvement in an international health student link. Download the poster here: ASME 2011 conference poster
Professor John MacDermot of the Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET) will be working in Banjul in August, to serve as the external examiner in pharmacology.
A project aimed at sharing diabetes know-how with nurses in The Gambia has been awarded £6,400 by the Welsh Assembly Government. “The visiting nurses will get the opportunity to see first-hand how patients with diabetes are managed in… Read More
A multidisciplinary team of students from Swansea University will run a pilot project in the Gambia this summer to develop a deepened understanding of the interdependency between ill health and broader development and environmental issues. The students, selected… Read More
On Wednesday 20th January 2010 the 8 students who visited Gambia in December 2009 will be giving a presentation on their trip in the ILS Seminar Room (First floor) at 19:00. The talk is entitled “Holey Feet and… Read More
Professor John MacDermot of the Tropical Health and Education Trust will be visiting The Gambia and teaching in Medicine and Pharmacology for 3 weeks in February 2010.
Professor John MacDermot of the Tropical Health and Education Trust will be teaching medical students in The Gambia on a Clinical Medicine Revision Course from 2nd – 9th October 2009.
Dr. Kieran McHugh, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London will be teaching paediatric radiology for 2 weeks in March, 2009.
Emeritus Professor John MacDermot, THET: January 2007 for 4 weeks: teaching pharmacology to year 3 students; teaching medicine to year 4 students. March 2007 for 10 days: teaching in medicine; examining pharmacology research is year three students. August/September… Read More
Dr. Kieran McHugh, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London: March 2009 for 2 weeks: Teaching in paediatric radiology.