ADI is proud to announce the launch of our own online training course – developed by volunteers – Gemma Tuxworth; Dr Penny Uther and Joshua O’Reilly in conjunction with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine. The course aims to improve understanding of tuberculosis and to provide insights identifying, diagnosing and managing tuberculosis in Papua New Guinea, based on the experiences of ADI volunteer doctors and their in-country Papua New Guinean partners. The online course is available to all ACRRM members and ADI volunteer doctors for free. The course is worth 2 PDP hours.
If you are an ADI doctor with a placement secured we will register you in the course for free.