All projects are planned and realized in close cooperation with the Ministry of Health and are part of the official Health Service.
Four year training of Dr Patrick Houasia for the
Diploma of Orthopaedic Surgery (AOA)
In March 2004 he attended the AO course "Principles of Operative Fracture Treatment" in Sydney, Australia.
From end of March to July, 2004 he will work at the cantonal hospital Uri in Altdorf, Switzerland.
Dr. Rooney Jagilly attended the AO course "Principles of Operative Fracture Treatment" in Sydney, Australia in March 2004.
Two OT nurses, Madeline Kimasaru (left) and Makulata Tuita attended the operating room personnel AO course relating to fracture treatment in Sydney, Australia in March 2004.
Support of the Nurse Aid School Munda, Western Province with training material. About 20 Nurse Aids (providing basic health services in ambulatories) a year are trained at this location.
Support of the Nurse Aid School Malu'u, Malaita Province with training material
Container transports for collected
On 09.03.04 the Hospital Managment Adviser at NRH writes: Please pass on the hospital management's thanks to those concerned with the donation and shipment of the goods in the container.
Introduction of new techniques
Dr Jon Andri Lutz, volunteer doctor from Switzerland, works as registrar in the surgical department since March 2003. He left Solomon Islands in mid January 2004.