Face the challenges of working or volunteering in international child health with the advice from this practical guide. Contents include:
Key information for those who want to become more involved in caring for children in poorer nations, Resources and recommendations on how to prepare for international health work, Sections designed to benefit those already working in the field, Details on training, continuing medical education, certification, and degree courses, Discussions on finding and evaluating international health assignments, Health and safety information, and the obstacles the volunteer faces working and donating their time. Including: Items to take with you on your trip and what to hand carry, drugs, dermatology, equipment, supplies necessary to work, nutrition, obsetetrics, gynecology, dental care and opthalmology in international child health.

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