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Global Training Modules 2024

When: Jan-May 2024
Where: Online
Time: 12.00-13.30 (UTC)
Hosted by: CMF Global

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Save the dates for Global Training Modules

Are you working in Global Health and Mission? Or are you preparing to?

CMF Global is hosting a series of interactive online training modules. These will be collaborative, with teaching, small group work, questions and feedback. There will be time to get to know one another and the subject more thoroughly.

Date

Time

Topic

Tuesday 30 January

12.00-13.30 (UTC)

Dermatology for generalists - Dr Clare Fuller

Tuesday 27 February

12.00-13.30 (UTC)

Avoiding burnout in serving - Marian Knell

Tuesday 26 March

12.00-13.30 (UTC)

Developing local leaders - Dr Cat Morris

Tuesday 30 April

12.00-13.30 (UTC)

Ethical challenges in paediatric care in LMICs - Dr Jessica Wan

Tuesday 4 June

12.00-13.30 (UTC)

Developing a vision to strengthen the health system in country (focussed on surgical development) - Dr Ted Watts


Bios:


Clare Fuller:

Dr Claire Fuller is a consultant dermatologist in London UK. She chairs the International Foundation for Dermatology and is a board member of the International League of Dermatological Societies. She is a medical dermatologist with interest in infectious and tropical dermatoses as well as preventing and managing skin cancer in persons with albinism in the resource poor settings of the tropics. She is on the leadership team of the Neglected Tropical Disease NGO Network Skin NTD Cross Cutting Group and is founder and Vice Chair of the newly formed GLODERM (International Alliance for Global Health Dermatology) as well as the International Alliance for the Control of Scabies (IACS). She has field experience in UK, East Africa, India, Mexico and Cambodia. This has included projects involving advocacy, teaching, service development and research assignments.


Marian Knell:

Marion was on the leadership teams of Global and European Member Care and set up an MA in the subject. For the past 10 years she has been working with Refugee ministries in the area of trauma response, compassion fatigue and burnout , also serving 400 Afghans in a local hotel.


Cat Morris:

Dr Mary Cusack OBE and Dr Cat Morris OBE co-founded and continue to help direct Love the One, an NGO working in the state of Odisha, India. Love the One provides transformative Health, Education and Child Care to some of the most vulnerable children in one of the poorest states of India. They currently have 600 children in their projects and a staff team of 180. They are now based in the UK more than India, due to unforeseen circumstances after living in India for 17 years, but know that Love the One is in safe hands with their incredible local team. Over the years, Mary and Cat continually focussed on leadership development so they knew that if they had to leave, they would not need to worry about the continuing integrity of the work. The webinar will discuss how to build a resilient and sustainable team in a cross cultural context that outlives the founders of the work.


Jessica Wan:

Dr Wan is a Paediatric doctor currently based at Sheffield Children's Hospital, with special interests in Paediatric Infectious Diseases and Immunology, Global Child Health and Medical Education. Dr Wan worked with THET Zambia in 2019, where, in collaboration with another UK colleague, local doctors and the Zambia Paediatric Association, she set up a novel paediatric training course for front-line health workers in Lusaka. She is also a lecturer on the Diploma of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene course at the University of Sheffield.


Ted Watts:

The Good News Hospital in Mandritsara in Northern Madagascar, alongside his wife Rachel and their two young boys. Ted is the team leader for the missionary team at the project, and the Program director for the Pan-African Academy of Christian Surgeons surgical training program at the hospital, now in it's third year.


Cost

CMF seeks to keep costs down for these webinars and are as follows:

Specialist trainee level and above:

£30 per session / £120 block booking for 5 sessions

CMF members £20 per session / £75 block booking for 5 sessions

Foundation doctors:

£20 per session / £75 block booking for 5 sessions

CMF members £10 per session / £30 block booking for 5 sessions

Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals:

£10 per session / £30 block booking for 5 sessions

CMF/CIAH members £5 per session / £15 for 5 sessions

Students and CMF Members working in low-resource setting /volunteer capacity: Free

Members of ICMDA-linked Christian medical organisations in low-resource settings: Free

Further information

For further information contact globalcoordinator@cmf.org.uk. Please note that these topics will not be covered in our residential Developing Health Course from 13-20 July 2024 in London.

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