Bringing child health skills to the frontline: Volunteering at home and abroad in migrant health Free

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Drawing on her own experience volunteering at the refugee camp in Calais, Dr Sarah Dickson discusses the need for volunteering in the U.K. and overseas. Dr Dickson stresses the importance of facilitating the best care possible in the community, and the positive impact campaigning can bring for migrant accessibility to health services. 

This lecture was filmed at the RSM in London for the event 'The challenges of child refugee health: everyone’s responsibility' on Tuesday 17th October 2017. 

Length: 00:11:50

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Ms Emma Jane Kirby, BBC Journalist and Author of 'The optician of Lampedusa'

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08:44

Dr Helal Attayee, Senior House Officer, Queen's Hospital, Romford

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18:20

Dr Ann Lorek, Consultant Community Paediatrician, Evelina London Community Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

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19:08

Dr Sarah Dickson, Emergency Medicine CT2, Volunteer, Doctors of the World

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18:07

Dr Leonie Ansems de Vries, Lecturer in International Relations, King's College London

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Dr Sarah Dickson, Emergency Medicine CT2, Volunteer, Doctors of the World

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18:22

Dr Adeeb Ahmed, Paediatric Registrar, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

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57:05

Peter Roberts CBE,  Emeritus Professor of Military Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons of England

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24:53

Mr Richard Moyes, Policy and Research Officer for Action on Armed Violence.

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