Working and teaching overseas

There are some incredible opportunities to work and teach overseas as an anaesthetist or pain specialist, and make a real difference to global health.

Fellows and trainees often ask us for advice as to how to select and assess international volunteering trips. 
This document aims to provide some broad principles to help with their deliberations.

This factsheet answers a number of frequently asked questions. 



 

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Last updated 09:08 30.06.2020