With the opportunity to focus on areas like paediatric HIV and other niche fields of practise in Dar es Salaam, your clinical experience will be tailor made to suit you and your placement aims. With some of the best facilities in the whole of Tanzania, your clinical knowledge will grow exponentially. Once working hours are over, you’ll find Kilimanjaro is just a bus ride away. Past students have braved the five-day climb to the summit? Read what they think below!

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Reviews

Rachael Adair

University of Liverpool 2010

Nursing, Tanzania Dar es Salaam

Not only did I see exacerbations of conditions that are less prevalent in the UK, such as malaria and HIV, but I also had an insight into how UK conditions such as CVA's and UTI's are treated in a developing country.

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Victoria Maxey

University of East Anglia 2011

Nursing, Tanzania Dar es Salaam

I had the chance to monitor and examine women during labour and perform a large number of deliveries. I was also able to get involved when women needed interventions such as putting in catheters, cannulas and also performing artificial rupture of membranes, episiotomies and suturing post partum.

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