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Six times safer in Zambia

And thanks to a longstanding relationship with the Zambian Ministry of Health, Lifebox co-founder the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) and the Zambian Anaesthesia Development Project through the Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET), the impact is really starting to show. Since 2012 we’ve trained more than 80% of all Clinical Officer

#WCALifebox – Zambia

Lifebox has worked closely with colleagues in Zambia since 2012 to support anaesthesia providers with essential monitoring equipment and training. We’ve also collaborated with the Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET), our co-founder the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) and the Ministry of Health to deliver SAFE anaesthesia workshops across the

#SaferSurgeryZambia

All roads lead to Zambia this week, as we co-host the 4th Lifebox and SAFE Obstetric Anaesthesia course in Ndola, the third-largest city. We are so proud to be collaborating with our co-founders the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI), alongside the Zambian Ministry of Health and the Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET)

Zambia

“Instead of making a long speech, he got all of the delegates to stand up introduce themselves, saying where they were from,” explained Steve. “It was only then that I realised that a lot of delegates had come a long way to be taught by us.” – Steve Brosnan, Anaesthetist  It doesn’t take a New York

Zambia

Zambia We are working closely with the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland and the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka to meet the oximetry need in Zambian ORs and recovery rooms. In total the country needs 230 oximeters to provide safe anaesthesia monitoring to all its patients. Other partners include Mothers of Africa which

One Year On as Global CEO of Lifebox:

A dozen countries and hundreds of meetings later, I am more enthusiastic than ever about Lifebox’s work and the global movement in safe surgery and anesthesia that we are part of. As I reflect on the past year and kick off a regular blog feature for our website, I wanted to highlight five of the

Meet Phil

Name: Dr Phil Bonnett Occupation: Consultant Anaesthetist Location: Sheffield  “I try to communicate what Lifebox has achieved and encourage others to be involved.” What motivated you to join the Lifebox Speakers Bureau? Having experienced how vital the role of Lifebox is in Zambia, has motivated me to spread the word about their work. What do

Projects

Each year we focus on a number of country projects, working with an incredible network of colleagues, volunteers and supporters. They’re experts in their own healthcare systems, and from the government to the frontline they’re helping to build long-term change in practice. Our goal: a world where hospital teams have the tools they need to give

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