FM trainers network
The WHIG wants to provide a network of GP trainers with experience in low resource countries, who could provide high quality training to students in FM abroad in their field.
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|Prof. Niek de Wit
|Tropical doctor in Malawi, GP-trainer in UMCU UtrechtFields: Gastroenterology, import diseases|
|Steven van de Vijver PhD||Senior Advisor at Amsterdam Health & Technology Institute (www.ahti.nl)
Non-communicable diseases in LICs.
|Wim Heres||Tropical doctor in Malawi 1984-87 .
Currently. GP in Helmond. President of the district care group.
Fields of interest: Primary Health Care, health education, coaching
|Cees in ’t Veld
|Kees in ’t Veld, MD, GP, Medical Officer i/c Ibanda Hospital, Uganda (1977-81)Netherlands College of General Practitioners
Fields of interest: CME, CPD, distance learning programmes, Quality assurance and improvement
|Dr Pieter van den Hombergh PhD
|Tropical doctor in Kenya, GP-trainer, policy advisor of the Dutch Association of GP,research fellow IQhealthcare Nijmegen.
Fields: QAssurance/ QImprovement, practice management, time management, daily management in tropical health facilities, health systems.
|Tropical docter in Tanzania and Zaïre (Congo), (1982-1985)
Public health consultant.
Curriculum development and tutor /course facilitator at Masters Course in International Health Development, Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam.
Dutch Course of Training Tropical Doctors, Netherlands School of Public Health, Utrecht.
Board member in various organisations)
Currently General Practitioner and Trainer of interns
|Tropical doctor Tanzania 1982-1987, DMO Zambia 1989-1992
Provincial Medical Officer Malawi 1992-1994
MPH Neth. School of Public Health Utrecht 1994-95
FP/ GP in Roosendaal since1995, Trainer of students
Fields op interest/work: FM & Chronic disease management (diabetes, CVR)
|FP in Utrecht
Experience in Ghana, Chad and Indonesia; General Tropical Medicine and health care in emergency settings
Fields of interest/ work: International Health, Infectious diseases (Malaria, Dengue and tropical diarrhoeal diseases)
|Hans Bakker & Marianne Holtland
|They teach various courses in Eldoret FM-training:
Clinician as a teacher, Communication skills, Patient centered consultation, Bed side manners, Rose of Leary, Breaking bad news, emotional reflection.
Emeritus teacher in FM-masters training Utrecht.
|Former tropical Doctor in Bukoba Tanzania
Experienced GP-trainer and coach in the Utrecht FM-training
Specialised in consultation skills, palliative care, supervision and clinical care.
| Prof. Geertjan Dinant
(Research, University of Maastricht)
|GeertJan assisted in the research assignments of the registrars in 2007. He has several PhD students in Ethiopia and Kenya.
In November 2011 he gave a seminar on how to publish a paper for Moi University registrars and FPs.
| Margot Vintges FP, former teacher University of Amsterdam, HIV-consultant.
MPH in London
|Trainer specialised in HIV, AIDS, Epidemiology and Public Health.|