In January, 2012, Australian Aid International (AAI) and Global Health Access Program (GHAP) brought medical professionals from around the world to Northern Thailand to help train Karen and Karenni Burmese Medics. This blog recounts their experiences.
Health worker training includes the management of landmine injuries, penetrating and blunt trauma, shock, wound and infection care, and orthopedics. Material support includes surgical instruments, antibiotics, anesthetics and other supplies.
Sunday, January 15, 2012
A little bit of pre-training fun
While we're looking at 8-12 hours of training per day, the team does deserve to have a little fun. Naturally, dinner and karaoke ensued.