Published
25 September 2018

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Mwandida and Daria’s stories

How international students are gaining new skills from our education programme

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Mwandida Nkhoma, Team Leader at the Palliative Care Support Trust in Malawi and Bursary Student at St Christopher’s (pictured, main image): “Though palliative care is relatively new in Malawi, my training at St Christopher’s has made a huge difference. Provision of palliative care services are of a high quality because of the different skills, knowledge and attitude gained from St Christopher’s.”

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Daria Barna, Psychologist at Hospice Emanuel in Romania and Bursary Student at St Christopher’s (pictured, left): “Over 90% of the patients who need palliative care in Romania die in pain and with no professional support and our aim is to lower this number. The multi-professional week at St Christopher’s was a wonderful way of equipping me so I can do my part in making this great vision a reality.”

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