Working closely with our host communities and university faculty, we develop educational travel programs for students studying:
- Oral health and dentistry
- Primary healthcare, nursing, paramedicine and midwifery
- Public health
- Physical therapy, occupational therapy and rehabilitation
- Speech and language therapy
- Biomedical sciences
Working in limited-resource environments help highlight the creative solutions that local practitioners come up with to address challenges in local healthcare systems. This allows for a more educated idea about some of the health inequalities that exist around the world, whilst highlighting the importance of innovation in finding local creative solutions to local problems. Students can also expect to improve communication skills, something critical for a career in health and social care.