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Doctors and Nurses to train primary health provider in Jamaica

By Lorna Owens | 09 Feb, 2016

Footprints Foundation is looking for qualified doctors and nurses to train on HIV and the pregnant mother in the beautiful island of Jamaica. Length of training 5 days. Next training dates for doctors June 5-10, 2016. However, there are several dates available for nurses through out the year.

Volunteers are responsible for their cost i.e airfare plus $980 to cover lodging,accommodation,ground transportation and tip for our driver.

Please contact us if you are interested. We will need your CV and copy of current license.

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Dr Shanta Ghatak Replied at 3:56 AM, 16 Feb 2016


I am interested
Need to know if there s already a training module or something which needs
to be read and understood ? Or it is a presentation that I will need to
prepare myself and carry ? What are the methodologies that you want to be
there ? Number of doctors to be trained ? Are they actively into HIV only
or they are from other speciality areas as well ?

Junior Bazile Moderator Replied at 5:35 AM, 16 Feb 2016

Dear Lorna,
It would be good if you could provide the answers to the questions asked by Dr Shanta.
I hope that this training is a real success. How often do you conduct such training in Jamaica?


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