Date: Tuesday 16 February 2021
Time: 10.00 – 10.45am AEDT
Speakers: Dr Roy Watson, Dr Martin Sowter, Dr Sharron Bolitho and A/Prof Rosalie Grivell
Demand for O&G experience and training in resource-limited countries is increasing. Volunteering or working in O&G in low to middle-income countries builds local O&G workforce capacity and provides exposure to clinical learning opportunities not available or limited in Australia and New Zealand. In this Masterclass, College members will tell their stories of working in resource-limited settings in the Pacific and Indonesia, detailing the challenges, risks and benefits, as well as opportunities to get involved in global health.
Audience: Trainees, Fellows and other College members with an interest in global health
Additional information: This Masterclass will include three presentations and a Q&A session
For more information visit the RANZCOG Global Health Webpage