Join a panel of MSF staff as they recount their personal stories of life in the field with MSF.
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Our speakers will shine a light on the challenges they encounter when responding to crises and explain why and how they provide lifesaving aid to people in need around the world.
From operating on patients with complex war wounds in Yemen to treating people with HIV in cyclone-devastated Mozambique, the past 12 months have been characteristically busy for MSF. With teams working in more than 70 countries, there is no limit to the complexity or variety of the needs we see. But what does this look like in real terms?
Come and learn about a typical day in the life of these and other vital members of our teams, enabling MSF to provide medical care to some of the world's most neglected people.
A panel of three speakers will tell their stories, followed by a question and answer session with the audience.
This event has been kindly hosted by the University of Plymouth Friends of MSF student supporter group.
Date: Tuesday 18 February 2020
Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Format: A panel of MSF speakers take turns to tell their stories, followed by a question and answer session
Address: Lecture Theatre 1, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA
RSVP: By Monday 17 February 2020