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Global Remote and Rural Healthcare - How Can We Do It Better? Session 5
13:30 – 14:30 UK Time
Introduction to the Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare Faculty at the Royal College of Surgeons
- Delivering Remote, Rural & Humanitarian Healthcare - the Challenges
- The Future For Remote Practitioners is Bright – The Faculty of Remote, Rural & Humanitarian Healthcare
- How Can We Train Now? - Concentrating on How We Have Changed Teaching/Training in Response to the Pandemic - Adoption of Innovations That Make Teaching and Training More Accessible to All?
Dr Andy Kent - Deputy Chair FRRHH, Orthopaedic Surgical Consultant, NHS Highland, Surgical Lead, UK Med, Feb 2020, Medical Advisor, Halo Trust
Dr Angus Watson - Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon and is Director of Research and Development at NHS Highland
Dr Rikard Moen - Chief Medical Officer, Optima Health

14:30- 15:15 The Importance of Localisation and Working For Local Partners
Naomi Tulay-Solanke - Executive Director of Community Health Initiative

15:30-16:45 UK Time
Partnerships in Health Education
Prof. Jeremy Bagg - Head of Glasgow Dental School
Dr Mwapatsa Mipando - Principal of the University of Malawi College of Medicine
Dr Meredith Giuliani - Associate Professor Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Toronto, Director of Education, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

03:17:00

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