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At the wake of the COVID-19 third wave, Myanmar general practitioners are taking responsibility to provide care to the community more than ever. Both public and private medical task forces are facing unprecedented challenges under current political turmoil and chronicity of the pandemic.
MAFP collaborated with General Practitioners’ Society in delivering Telemedicine service to 51 townships in Yangon and other divisions. From October 1 until now, 3843 teleconsultations were provided to the patients who have either Covid-related or non-Covid related health problems.
The General Practitioners’ Society and MAFP have jointly initiated a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program in 15 townships across Myanmar.
MAFP and Boston University Global Health Collaborative started the Training of Faculty Fellowship program for the family medicine teachers in Magway division.
The Shin Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital delivered the second shipment of PPE to the Myanmar Academy of Family Physicians.
To promote the public awareness of the preventive measures to lower COVID-19 spread, the Myanmar Academy of Family Physicians published health education posters on March 3o.
A Training of Trainers Program for Masters in Family Medicine 7-8 November 2019 University of Medicine -1 The Ministry of Health and Sports, the Department of Human Resources for Health (DHRH) conducted Family Medicine Induction Seminar on November 7 and 8 at the…
The MAFP joined the General Practitioners’ Society and the WONCA Yangon 2021 organizing committee to hold ceremonies for World Family Doctor Day 2019.
The signing ceremony of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Myanmar Academy of Family Physicians (MAFP) and Shin Kong Hospital (SKH) took place at the Sule Shangri-la hotel in downtown Yangon. The two parties agreed to cooperate in the field of medical education and research, and also to share….
The MAFP celebrated the completion of TOF parts 1-3 by 19 newly certified teachers of Family Medicine. These graduates are now prepared to participate directly in Primary Care systems strengthening in Myanmar by leading future clinical training programs…