22nd July, 2015
Thanks to everyone who came along to hear about Interface Uganda on Wednesday. It really was a great evening. We heard from Dom Hazell (physio) and Charlotte Hazell (dietician) about their experiences in Kagando and CoRSU hospitals last November. Dom explained how different it all is to working in the NHS, with Ken being the only physio at Kagando hospital and having to assess and treat every patient with whatever condition they present with. During his visit [...]
9th July, 2015
New trainees – July 2015
These are questions that Vikram Devaraj asked the trainees on the plastic and reconstructive surgery training programme at CoRSU Hospital, when he went out there in July 2015.Linda Josephine Katusabe Why do you want to do plastic surgery?
I have always found plastic surgery intriguing. Doing plastic surgery will provide me with the knowledge and necessary surgical skills that are not limited to a single surgical discipline, to help improve function and quality of life of children and [...]
7th July, 2015
Now been here for 10 days, and wifi extremely dodgy, like my large intestine which is suffering with Kampala Kurse but nothing industrial doses of ciprofloxacin can’t cure.
Interface ££ being invested in 3 fantastic Ugandan trainees Linda, Cornelius and Naomi. They rock and have spent time with me in clinic or theatre every day and we have had 5 formal interactive teaching sessions so far including a grand round talk I gave for the entire hospital. The work is as [...]