Providing an obstetric teaching programme in a resource poor country
- A practical template for a structured approach when planning a voluntary, obstetric teaching programme in low and middle-income countries.
- How to establish common, obtainable learning objectives that meet the needs of both participants and recipients.
- Examples of teaching programmes and practical educational resources.
- Discussion of cultural differences in medical practice and how to break down barriers.
- Demonstrate that teaching programmes can be mutually beneficial.
- Strategies for providing continuation of the educational link programme.
- To provide readers with a template for a structured approach when planning a voluntary, obstetric teaching programme in a resource poor country.
- Methods to optimise time and resources in order to benefit the recipients of such a programme.
- To understand the benefits of a cooperative approach between participants and recipients when developing and implementing a teaching strategy.
- To avoid common pitfalls when planning and implementing an obstetric teaching programme in a low and middle-income country (LMIC).
- Are short-term, voluntary, teaching-focused visits to resource poor countries sustainable?
- How does the provision of teaching programmes benefit the recipients in the long-term?