The Society is pleased to announce details of Student Bursaries awarded this year:
James Welchman will be awarded £1000 towards his elective in Papua New Guinea, where he will be working on YWAM Medical ships, a humanitarian medication organisation that reaches remote parts of Papua New Guinea that are usually otherwise inaccessible. Whilst working on the ship he will be part of the primary care team.
Rebecca Noall will be awarded £500 towards her seven week elective at Kamazu Central Hospital in Lilongwe, Malawi, working in the Paediatrics Department. Kamazu is a publicly funded tertiary referral hospital.
Peter Hateley will be awarded £500 towards his elective, the first three weeks of which he will be working on the Lifeline Express, which is a charity project by Impact India, assisting in providing triage help to select those patients most in need of operations, which are be carried out on the train. For the second half of his elective he will be in Galle, Sri Lanka, in the Faculty of medicine at the University of Ruhuna