Dear Colleagues Thank you for your response to D-Day for Ebola. We have raised close to $40,000 which means the Twice the Doctor Foundation has raised a total of nearly a quarter of a million dollars in its inaugural year. The epidemic, particularly in Sierra Leone continues to grow so for those who have not
Dear Colleagues D-Day for Ebola is this Monday 8th December 2014. This campaign is endorsed by the AMA. The campaign is also endorsed by Julie Bishop, Minister for Foreign Affairs. Campaign Poster – See attachment. 7.30 Report: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-11-28/doctor-calls-on-gps-to-give-a-days-pay-to-ebola/5927254 Please consider joining your colleagues and contributing to this emergency by going to the website. www.twicethedoctor.org.au Kind
Dear colleagues, Just in way of feedback for your previous generosity: There will be a piece on the Twice The Doctor/ UNICEF D-Day for Ebola project on the 7.30 Report( ABC TV) on Friday 28th November Regards Rob Baume (on behalf of the directors of TTD) PS: Please forward this email to your medical contacts.
AUSSIE DOCTORS BECOME VIRTUAL AID WORKERS An innovative medical volunteer program will allow Australian doctors to ‘virtually volunteer’ in international relief efforts. The Twice The Doctor Foundation allows health professionals to volunteer without ever leaving Australian clinical practice. In partnership with UNICEF and The Fred Hollows Foundation, Twice The Doctor Foundation involves health professionals volunteering
We would like to welcome our new volunteer webpage manager Samantha Lawford to Twice the Doctor. Samantha is a first year student at the University of Sydney. Currently she is studying a Bachelor of International and Global Studies. She has given us her time and skills to assist us in managing the website. If you
Subject: Thank you and Congratulations from The Fred Hollows Foundation Hi Rob, Jill, Brian and Lauri, Thank you so much for inviting The Fred Hollows Foundation for the launch today. I am proudly wearing the sticker still! Gabi said to say a huge thanks – as you could tell, she had