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Medical Intervention in Refugee Camps


TurkMSIC Turkey

General Description

Our aim is to reach medical students, healthcare professionals and NMOs to raise awareness on medical intervention in disaster and urgent circumstancees. And we want to give general information about migrants health problems and then discuss what we can do to improve healtcare services for these people.
Trainings and sessions will be interactive and informative for our attenders.
And end of this workshop,we will want their feedbacks from our participants.

We will also prepare a test before beginning of sessions to evaluate the information of our participants.
Sessions will contain trainings and presentation of speakers on problems and solutions.
And after the our workshop, we will give the same test for evaluation of our participants again. In this way, we can test what we gave to our participants in terms of content.
And lastly, we will prepare a survey that contain questions about standards of our workshop and we will recieve our feedbacks.

Area of Activity

Disaster Medicine, Migrants’ Health and Rights


-Basic healthcare problems on disaster and migration
-Infectious and chronic disease
-Necessary emergency health service and urgent circumstances
-Physical, emotional and sexual violence against refugees in camps
-Access of women and children refugees to healthcare systems
-Behaviour pattern of health care personnel in refugee camps
-Deficient information about contraception
-Bounden reforms and innovation on health systems for refugees
-In general the success indicator for each step will be the future activities done by local committees, feedback given and the post test that we will talk about with the evaluation question.

Time frame of the Activity

24/09/2016 – 25/09/2016


NGOs, government (not specified).


Not mentioned.

Affiliated in an IFMSA Program?

Emergency, Disaster Risk and Humanitarian Action – [email protected]


Erva Nur Çınar – [email protected]

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