“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 Times article to prove that professional life as a healthcare worker in Zambia is challenging – but it makes a powerful case.
Safer surgery doesn’t happen overnight, but appropriate equipment and training is an important place to start. We’re working closely with the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain & Ireland, THET and the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka to meet the oximetry need in all Zambian ORs and recovery rooms.
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