Do you like to help or support the FM-training in Malawi? See: volunteering as FP in Malawi).
The Department of FM invites tropical doctors / FPs to help as staff. Click here for more info on work
Mail for newsletters on FM in Malawi to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The FM-department started a crowd funding campaign for the FM-training.
WONCA has a report on their achievements.
Docu on FM-training in Malawi
This documentary is prepared by the Department of Family Medicine at the College of Medicine which is a constituent College of the University of Malawi. In this documentary we share about Family Medicine and how it improves provision of primary care taking into consideration that over 80% of Malawi’s population lives in the rural areas. Watch here
Who is active in the FM-training in Malawi
Miriam van Goor (AIGT) teaches in The Department of Family Medicine of the College of Medicine in Blantyre, Malawi The department has started training undergraduate medical students in 2011.
Tweega Medica is supporting with staff
Four groups of 25 medical students (4th year) do a 6-week rotation through the department: 1 week lectures, 4 weeks district hospital and 1 week reflection / exams. This rotation is evaluated as one of the best in the entire curriculum.
The aim is to have 2 Family Physicians in each of the 28 district hospitals of the country.
Dioraphte (Henk van Stokkom) supports the FM-training.
Read the Medicus Tropicus special edition of the Dutch contribution.
Helping out in a General Practice
Jeannette van Os – a Dutch AIGT – runs a General Practice in Cape Maclear.
Irish and Scottish GPs come to help out in her practice. Something for you? Look for application at the site of the Billy Riordan Memorial foundation