Imagine a 40-year old Ugandan farmer named Michael, who lives with his wife and three of his children in the 2 roomed house that he built himself from locally made brick and roofed with sheets of corrugated iron. At night, during the wet season he hears the wind stir. He lies awake watching the flashes… Read more »
We are seeking to expand our team of experienced freelance clinicians to help develop our work as well as to be on stand-by to deliver new programmes across a range of settings.
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PCI is delighted to be launching a new collaboration with Health Builders, who have spent nearly a decade developing and strengthening health systems in Rwanda. Through a structured process of engagement with local primary care facilities, staff are mentored as they work to improve their management performance in areas such as human resources, infrastructure, finances… Read more »
Syria has never been far from the news headlines this Christmas. Some six million Internally Displaced People (IDPs) bear witness to the suffering on all sides of this complex conflict. It is in this context that PCI has been honoured and humbled to be engaged by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to adapt its Package… Read more »
The landscape around Tindouf town is bleak and desolate, a wasteland of stone and sand, and drifts of spent plastic bags and bottles, blown by the desert winds. In a corner of this desert, between 90,000 and 150,000 Sahrawi people are trying to build an independent nation, in preparation for their hoped-for return to Western… Read more »
When we were first approached to work with local partners to strengthen clinical knowledge of diabetes and hypertension amongst primary care practitioners in Yangon, Myanmar, it sounded straightforward enough. Then when we learnt about the myriad of tiny private GP practices and the challenges of obtaining consistent advice and efficient referrals to secondary care, the… Read more »
We have a reasonable volume of video footage from recent training courses which we would like to be able to make use of in the future, however are in need of some help reviewing this before we can turn it into training content. So we are looking for a volunteer who has an interest in… Read more »
PCI is excited to have launched a new partnership with AMPATH in rural Western Kenya as part of our Healthcare Innovation Programme. Through the Healthcare Innovation Programme, PCI partners with organizations which provide chronic disease care at community level in innovative, sustainable ways. Such programs are crucial to finding new ways to manage diseases like… Read more »
Technology is transforming healthcare delivery around the world, and has the potential to transform healthcare training too. PCI has been developing a blend of technology-enhanced learning methods. These enable clinicians to update their knowledge regularly via content and interactive tests, refer quickly to the latest evidence-based guidelines, and discuss difficult cases with colleagues online. We’re… Read more »
PCI and EPI partner to promote effective doctor-patient consultations and reduce clinical risk Primary Care International has just launched a brand new 5-day GP Update course covering diabetes, CVD, respiratory medicine, cancer, women’s health, consultation skills and much more. In order to put together this unique learning package, PCI is delighted to be partnering with… Read more »