Global Health Humanitarian and Development Workshop

June 17, 2019

Friday, 21 June- Sunday, 23 June

Achill Outdoor Education Centre, Co. Mayo

Last minute spots available for the Global Health Humanitarian and Development Workshop in Achill, Mayo!

This multidisciplinary training workshop is designed for anyone working in a health related field who is interested in working or volunteering in healthcare settings in less developed countries. It also includes people working in non-clinical roles in a healthcare setting such as Environmental Health, IT, HR, Finance, Clinical Engineering, logistics, communication and administration etc., along with those who have a general interest in the field of Global Health.

This workshop will be led by experienced trainers and facilitators from a wide range of backgrounds and organisations. Facilitators with specific skills and experience will lead sessions using a range of approaches including case studies, scenarios, practical exercises, problem solving and peer learning etc. This is an accredited workshop recognised for CPD credits by the RCPI and NMBI.

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Organised by Health Service Executive Global Health Programme, NUI Galway, Comhlamh, Irish Forum for Global Health, ESTHER Ireland, Trocaire, GOAL, Concern Worldwide, Medecins Sans Frontieres, VSO, IrishAid

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