• R4 1

    Following our September STAE Course, David Nott and one of the Libyan surgeons we trained were featured on the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme with Mishal Husain. Referred to as ‘Sara’ to protect her identity, this surgeon spoke to David and Mishal of how she, and other doctors working...

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  • Frederick Watson Post

    Frederick Watson is running the Great North Run for the David Nott Foundation! Frederick grew up in Newcastle and did the Great North Run for the first time in 2002. He now lives in South Island, New Zealand, and will be strapping on his running shoes and flying back...

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  • MF with daughter

    Huge congratulations to Melanie Feldman who ran the London Marathon in April. She completed the 26.2 mile race in an impressive 5 hours and 41 minutes. We are very grateful for her hard work raising funds along the way. Melanie shares her story below: “The London Marathon is an...

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  • Photo 24-04-2019, 10 52 24 (1)

    A little over 35 hours is how long it took David Burton and Mattie Morgan to paddle 125 miles from Devizes in Wiltshire to Westminster in central London – a hugely demanding and impressive feat. We are incredibly grateful for their dedication to the Foundation. David shares their story...

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  • D in Africa

    On 11th March 2019, David appeared as a featured guest on the BBC Radio 4 programme, ‘Start the Week,’ discussing his work in conflict zones He tells Kirsty Wark how a combination of bravery, compassion and the thrill of danger inspired him to risk his life helping others. Entitled...

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  • War Doctor #1

    Have you read War Doctor yet? This is David’s gripping account of life as a trauma surgeon in some of the world’s most dangerous war zones. The book was released on the 21st February 2019 and we are proud to report that it debuted at Number 1 on the...

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  • BMJ3

    Giving birth is one of the most vulnerable moments a woman can experience.  It can be anxiety-inducing enough in a well-equipped hospital in the UK, but the women of Idlib, Syria are literally having their babies in a warzone. The threats they face are myriad, not only to themselves...

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