Projects in Pakistan

APPS UK Mobile Health Clinics

The aim of this project is to provide state of the art primary care facilities to the remote rural communities in Pakistan. Our mobile health units will be fully equipped with medical equipment required by a family physician.

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Donated: £0.00

APPS Hepatitis Awareness Campaign

APPS always look for ways which will produce mass benefit with a relatively small effort. Focusing on creating awareness among the students, medical professionals and general public about hepatitis awareness, its prevention and counter measures.

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Donated: £0.00

Guest Lectures / Visiting Faculty Programme

APPS members deliver lectures in medical colleges and hospital in Pakistan during their visit back to their home country. If you are a senior doctor and would like to get involved, please contact admin@appsuk.org and we can make arrangements.

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Donated: £0.00

APPS Clinical Excellence Guidelines

We are working to modify different international clinical guidelines based upon the resources in Pakistan so they become fit for purpose. These guidelines will be implemented via our partners on the ground as well as via dialogues with the government.

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Donated: £0.00

APPS Direct Centre Project

The APPS direct centre will provide a telephone advice facility for people living anywhere in Pakistan. This will be a similar model to the NHS Direct. The facility will allow people to call directly the support center.

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Donated: £0.00

Yellow Sharps Bin Induction

APPS UK is introducing a yellow sharps bin in Pakistan for the safe disposal of contaminated sharps. We believe this is the key to control the menace of Hepatitis and other blood born diseases.

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Donated: £0.00

Seminars in Pakistan

There is a severe shortage of career counselling in Pakistan. APPS has conducted many seminars throughout Pakistan to educate the doctors about postgraduate training opportunities in the UK. The seminars are open to all who are planning to pursue a career or postgraduate qualification in the UK.

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Donated: £0.00

Free Clinics in Pakistan

Our members conduct free clinics in Pakistan whilst on holidays. Members of APPS Executive Council in Pakistan facilitate this process by making all the arrangements on the ground. If you would like to run a clinic while visiting Pakistan, please contact us via email: admin@appsuk.org.

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Donated: £0.00

Refresher Courses for Paramedics

This course is intended to improve the skills and competency of the Ambulance Crews to assess the emergency situation and take the important initial steps before rushing to local hospital and inform the hospital while on the way so that they are ready.

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Donated: £0.00

APPS Child Protection Project

Child Protection Project is a dream to rehabilitate garbage collecting children in the streets of Pakistan to normal childhood through Child Protection Centers (CPCs).

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Donated: £0.00

Projects in UK

Allied Health Professionals

We set up a common platform in 2011 for all health care professionals where Pakistani doctors, dentists, nurses, pharmacists, paramedics, dieticians, radiographers, healthcare assistants and all other allied health professionals can work together.

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Donated: £0.00

Support for Doctors Facing Disciplinary Action

According to statistics many more overseas doctors face disciplinary action by their employers and the General Medical Council (GMC). APPS is committed to help any Pakistani doctor or medical student who face disciplinary action.

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Donated: £0.00

Career Guidance for GCSE & A-Level Students

We aim to help and guide GCSE and A-Level students who wish to pursue a career in medicine. Medical admission has a number components and as much complicated it can sound, it can be a fairly straight forward process if the requirements are addressed promptly.

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Donated: £0.00

NHS Induction Courses for Doctors

Working in a UK hospital for the first time is a daunting task for a junior doctor who received training in Pakistan. This is one reason why more oversees doctors get into difficulty as they do not understand the system and their responsibilities. APPS facilitates this transition by conducting a one day course and educating them about do and dont?s of the system. The NHS used to run similar courses in the past but due to funding issues it was withdrawn 4-5 years ago.

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Donated: £0.00

Professional Advice Forum for Doctors and PLAB

APPS provide support and guidance to medical students and young doctors from the UK as well as those coming from Pakistan. We can help write CVs, provide general advice and guidance on clinical attachments. We are looking for more specialist doctors in all specialities to expand upon this project.

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Donated: £0.00

Public Health Awareness Campaign

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Donated: £0.00

Live Video Link Lecture Programme

This programme help doctors and specialists in the UK deliver lectures to medical students and doctors in Pakistan via live link. The lectures can be delivered from home or office with appropriate internet facilities. Read more to know about the project.

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Donated: £0.00