september, 2018

4sep7:00 pm- 8:00 pmSpice up your clinical skills! Working in South Africa7:00 pm - 8:00 pm BST ONLINE WEBINAREvent Organized By: Medic Footprints


(Tuesday) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm BST




Medic Footprints

Event Details

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Are you looking to take your clinical skills to the next level?

Do you love any of the outdoors, great food, world-renowned wines, amazing vistas and the big 5?

If so.. read ahead!


AHP, a South African-based social profit organisation, exists to address the crisis in healthcare access for the most impoverished and vulnerable in Africa. We envision a world in which the skills of doctors are available to those who need them most.

AHP offers qualified doctors global health experiences; not only will a doctor learn invaluable clinical skills and exercise their independent decision-making power, but they will also have the opportunity to explore a unique part of the world.

Where there are no health workers, there can be no healthcare delivery. Having the right health worker in the right place at the right time is the cornerstone to delivering on all local and global health priorities, including controlling HIV and TB, reducing maternal and child mortality, and achieving universal health coverage.


In this webinar you will learn:

  • An understanding of the unique experiences and challenges of doctors working in South Africa
  • First-hand feedback from two doctors who’ve previously lived and work in South Africa with AHP, their highs and lows, the clinical skills they gained and why it was the experience of a lifetime
  • A good idea of whether this opportunity is for you!


Who is this webinar for?

This webinar is for you if you’re a medical student or qualified doctor looking to expand your clinical skills and have a unique global health experience, whilst making a difference where it’s needed most.



Dr. Michael Mackenzie: Consultant in Infectious Diseases and General Internal Medicine.
“Currently based in Scotland, I have worked with Africa Healthcare Placements from 2007-2010 and gained much valuable experience. I have gone on to work in a variety of paid and voluntary roles in Medicine and Medical Education in Africa and the UK. Along the way I have worked in Somaliland, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia in capacity building projects as well as direct clinical care”


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