I am currently supporting a medical teaching programme in an IDP [internally displaced persons] camp, teaching obstetric emergencies. While there is still some unrest in the area, this IDP camp has experienced a fairly stable daily life for the last 7 years. On request a medical teaching/training programme has been provided with local champions slowly taking over. We would like to provide some of the teaching material on-line and would like to seek feedback from the HIFA community about what platforms are recommended that can also be used off-line including creating and using quiz
Thank you for your guidance.
HIFA profile: Ruth Martis is a registered midwife, who holds a PhD from the Liggins Institute, The University of Auckland, New Zealand. Her research centred on glycaemic targets and experiences for women with GDM. Currently she is the Head of the Midwifery School at the Waikato Institute of Technology, Hamilton, New Zealand and a locum midwife for remote rural areas in New Zealand. She is passionate about midwifery education, physiological birth, impact of fear in childbirth, newborn examination, neonatal resuscitation, intermittent auscultation, fetal movements in labour, teenage pregnancies, lactation, gestational diabetes, knowledge transfer and research synthesis and refugee health. Ruth is a Cochrane systematic review author of several reviews. She was involved in the five year SEA-ORCHID research project as clinical educator in South East Asia. Ruth.martis AT gmail.com