With the chance to work in departments like ICU, O&G, and General Surgery, you'll see variety of rare and often advanced cases in Sri Lanka. These often include dengue fever, typhoid, and severe traffic injuries. The clinical experience you’ll gain will stretch your existing knowledge and give you huge insight into developing healthcare systems. Home to more than 50 Buddhist shrines and temples, Anuradhapura makes for a journey to stretch both your intellectual skills and cultural knowledge. Read what our students think below!
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"It has made me appreciate the healthcare in the UK more and I have improved many of my practical skills too!"Read more
"Spending time in the emergency department made me aware of common cases that present and how to manage them"Read more
"I also spent one day in the emergency department where I was able to assist in suturing a wound"Read more
"I can only describe my experience in Dar as unique and unforgettable in every aspect"Read more
"Overall, my time in Ghana was everything I had hoped for and more."Read more
"One thing I found challenging was the lack of use of local anaesthetic before spinal anaesthesia."Read more
"Often patients were sharing bays and materials like defibrillator pads and oxygen masks were being reused."Read more
"This was a good opportunity to get some clinical practice with plastering and minor trauma management among other minor clinical procedure".Read more
"There were stark differences when it came to confidentiality, privacy and dignity."Read more
The doctors and nurses are supremely knowledgeable and excellent teachers.Read more