Hot off the press – PRIME’s Summer Newsletter

Our Summer 2013 newsletter is now available to download
In it you will find some fascinating reports of short-term visits and longer-term work being carried out by PRIME tutors in many different countries. We are engaging with increasing numbers of national PRIME tutors living and working in some of the neediest parts of the world. But these accounts represent only a fraction of what is happening – from West Africa to Armenia, Nepal to USA, and the UK…

Please come to Bangalore…
“Please come to Bangalore” was the invitation. In my day-job I am a British general practitioner with special interests in dermatology and medical education – so what was I doing teaching Family Medicine trainees in Karnataka? Read more >>

Experience Uganda
Jo Blaker an RGN with 20 years’ experience in a variety of settings travels to Uganda to volunteer for two weeks in Kagando Mission Hospital, in the Rwenzori mountain area of Uganda. This is an incredibly beautiful part of the world, although it has seen more than its fair share of conflict and heartbreak. Read more >>

Also in this editionPRIME Summer Newsletter 2013

  • Armenia the beautiful
  • ‘… You will abound in every good work’
  • ‘… I like ginger tea very much’
  • The story of two wolves
  • Everything is illuminated…
  • Moments of Lithuanian grace…
  • Partnerships in Palliative Care education
  • PRIME/ACMA Partnership, Armenia
  • Update from PRIME Australia
  • Do you shop online?
  • Values Added update
  • Book Reviews
  • Did you know?…

Now available to download

Find out more about the work of PRIME visit our website www.prime-international.org

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