Working in a Delhi slum with survivors of sexual violence
Dear Dr Cross, my name is Polly and I am a fourth year medical student at Leicester University. My friend was telling me about you as you taught her during part of our GP placement. I have really enjoyed reading the blog, As part of my international Health BSc last year I visited a refugee camp in northern Mozambique and studied childhood diarrhoea. Before university I was lucky enough to work in Brazil for a year too so I have some (limited) knowledge of health care oversee’s. I was wondering if you thought it would be possible for me to do part of my medical elective in March /April 2016 in the areas where you now work? Sorry to harrass you on this blog! Many thanks Polly (my email address is email@example.com if you want to reply with that instead)
I’m not sure how to PM you via this wordpress site. I’ve sent you an email about a paper on depression and sleep manipulation via the talktalk.net address I have for you from way back. I don’t know if you still use it. Pls let me know. P.
Hi Ian – greetings from Ali and Duncan Boughton. We are now empty nesters and working in Myanmar with our home base in Michigan. So sad to read about Sheila. Please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com .
Good to hear from you both. I’ll contact you via email.
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