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TIF Preceptorship Programme 2019

Morocco

SUMMARY

A Preceptorship on the Clinical Management of Thalassaemia was successful completed with the training of 2 doctors from Algeria at the Children’s Hospital in Rabat, Morocco. The Preceptorship took place on 08 – 12 April 2019 and was led by Prof Mohammad Khattab (Morocco) and Prof Amal El-Beshlawy (Egypt).

Participants from Algeria were Prof Amel Djenouni & Dr Halima Dahmani.

In the context of the preceptorship the participants had the opportunity to have extensive discussions with treating physicians and other healthcare professionals as well as to meet with patients and parents. Moreover, the participants visited the laboratories at the University Hospital of Rabat and the Institute of Health and visited the National & Regional Blood Bank of Rabat.

Topic area: The clinical management of thalassaemia

ORGANISER: Thalassaemia International Federation
COLLABORATORS: Children’s Hospital of Rabat Morocco
SUPPORTERS: Pr A.EL Bashlawy, Egyptian Thalassaemia Association (ETA) President
DURATION: 08.04.2019-12.04.2019

Goals and aims

This preceptorship programme sought to:
-present the latest advances in the clinical management of thalassaemia major
-facilitate knowledge exchange among healthcare professionals across countries
-support the better management and treatment of the thalassaemia disorder worldwide

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SUMMARY

TIF organized a preceptorship programme for two Maldivian nurses from 18 July to 2 August 2019 at the Thalassaemia Centre, Makarios Hospital, Nicosia.

For over two weeks Ms. Khadheeja (Senior Registered Nurse) and Ms. Gulisthan Easa, (Clinical Nurse) from the Maldivian Blood Services observed and experienced the work environment of one of Europe’s leading thalassaemia clinics.

They interacted and met with experts and reflected on their impressions with Dr. Eva Knoll Social Anthropologist at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, who had initiated the training program and joined TIF Headquarters as a visiting scholar.

A collaboration between TIF, the Austrian Academy of Sciences, the Ministry of Health in Maldives, Maldivian Blood Services and the coordinating host from Nicosia’s Thalassaemia Centre, Dr Sotiroulla Christou, made it possible for the nurses to return now to the Maldives with new insights and incentive!

Topic area: The clinical management of thalassaemia

ORGANISER: Thalassaemia International Federation
COLLABORATORS: Nicosia Thalassaemia Centre
SUPPORTERS: Dr Eva Knoll Austrian Academy of Sciences
DURATION: 18.07.2019-02.08.2019

Goals and aims

This preceptorship programme sought to:
-present the latest advances in the clinical management of thalassaemia major
-facilitate knowledge exchange among healthcare professionals across countries
-support the better management and treatment of the thalassaemia disorder worldwide

Programme

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