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    Hello and welcome to our latest news update. In this month’s issue, we will reflect on our recent overseas course in Syria, highlight one of our incredible #wardoctorheroes and find out why three doctors have cycled 2,000 miles to raise money for the David Nott Foundation. We’re also delighted...

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    This is our latest news update from the David Nott Foundation. In this month’s issue:  The David Nott Foundation turns four years old! Introducing Heston: our silicon cadaver transforming surgical training We highlight one of our #wardoctorheroes, Dr Omar from Iraq     Four years of the David Nott...

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  • Logo_Blue

    Welcome to our latest news and round-up of how your support has been helping us to train more doctors with the specialist medical skills they need to work in war and disaster zones.  David Nott in conversation with Sarah Montague  On the evening of the 30th April, David was joined...

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  • InkedScholars, DN & donors_LI

    One of the key missions of this foundation is to provide specialist training to doctors and surgeons who would otherwise be unable to afford it. Our STAE courses help to meet this aim. These courses equip surgeons with specialist skills in how to work in conflict and disaster zones....

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    Welcome to our latest news and round-up of how your support has been helping us to train more doctors with the specialist medical skills they need to work in war and disaster zones. Meet Yemen’s only female surgeon For International Women’s Day 2019, we featured the inspirational account of...

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  • IFM_0121

      Note from the Chief Executive At the forefront of all we do is the knowledge that well-trained doctors save more lives and I am hugely proud to have led the Foundation since we were granted charitable status. I will always be closely involved with what this special charity...

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    Note from the Chief Executive In September we took our Hostile Environment Surgical Training (HEST) course to sub-Saharan Africa for the first time. The David Nott Foundation will travel to wherever in the world our teaching is needed and the doctors in Cameroon are contending with very challenging circumstances...

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