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Exciting opportunity in Tanzania

We’re excited to open recruitment to our 6-month Fellowship at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) in Tanzania to start in February 2019. This is open to anaesthetic trainees (ST5 or above) or consultant anaesthetists (current or retired) keen to make a significant contribution to anaesthesia care in a low-resource setting. For details, please download the information pack. To discuss the

Urgent recruitment: Lifebox Fellowship, Tanzania

The Fellowship will involve developing and delivering a sustainable and high-impact QI project in collaboration with local colleagues, in addition to taking part in delivery of anaesthesia care. Upon completion of the Fellowship, you can expect to have completed the ‘Anaesthesia in developing countries’ and ‘Improvement Science, Safe and Reliable Systems’ units within the RCOA

Time flies – day 1 in Tanzania

It’s Friday 10th of February and for the first time this year I didn’t wake up in Bristol to a cold, dark world of dustbin men and frozen windscreens. Instead I woke up to the sound of the mosque at 5am, to dogs barking outside my window, and to unfamiliar birdsong. If thousands of miles

Exciting Lifebox opportunity in Tanzania

We are looking to recruit an exceptional anaesthetist (anaesthesiologist) to undertake a Fellowship at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre in Moshi, Northern Tanzania. The Fellowship will involve developing and delivering a sustainable and high-impact QI project in collaboration with local colleagues, in addition to taking part in delivery of anaesthesia care. We’re looking for someone to

Urgent recruitment: Lifebox Fellowship, Tanzania

The Fellowship will involve developing and delivering a sustainable and high-impact QI project in collaboration with local colleagues, in addition to taking part in delivery of anaesthesia care. Upon completion of the Fellowship, you can expect to have completed the ‘Anaesthesia in developing countries’ and ‘Improvement Science, Safe and Reliable Systems’ units within the RCOA

WCALifebox – Tanzania

Lifebox has a long history of working with colleagues across Tanzania. In 2015 we collaborated with the Society of Anaesthesiologists of Tanzania (SATA) to deliver 75 pulse oximeters and training, as an essential component of the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist to anaesthesia providers across the country. This year we’ve launched our Lifebox Fellowship for a

Tanzania, safe surgery with safe anaesthesia

Lifebox has a long history of working with colleagues across Tanzania: from supporting anaesthesia providers with essential equipment to collaborating with international and local partners such as the Society of Anaesthesiologists of Tanzania (SATA) in delivering training workshops. So we are delighted to share the interview below with German doctor, Daniela Kietzmann who works as

A noisy week in Tanzania

The 2015/16 nurse anaesthesia students at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) graduated this week, and we sent them each a pulse oximeter to take on the next step. There are limited training opportunities for specialised anaesthesia training in the region, and these students are exceptional – nurses chosen and sent by their hospitals because of

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