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... domestic violence (DV) and putting them in touch with support networks. I talked her through how to assess a suicide attempt and risk as it was relevant for one of our patients. We also spoke with a girl in her early 20s who, it was incidentally discovered, was several months pregnant. She was terrified of her uncle's potential reaction to the news. I cannot describe how awful it is to take a DV history through a translator. I only really learned how to do ...
This first week at the Bairo Pite Clinic has gone by in a flash. Once we hit Sunday afternoon we will have finished our 6.5 day week, 10-11 hours a day - fairly heavy as electives go. After this, more doctors and students will be arriving, giving us a chance to explore Dili. I've become more accustomed to the gender inequality. So long as I'm firm and assertive with people I have been okay so far, but it can still ...
... materials instead of just the poorer Indonesian finishes!....The good news is we had electricity and a hot water system. It may not have been functioning due to a blackout when we arrived, but it actually came back at lunchtime. Our bedrooms are converted containers but quite adequate with a window which actually has a mosquito net and a reading light! The bathrooms are new and down a few steps. I was so pleased to find a hot water shower, even ...
This week we arrived in Dili and started getting to know our new home city. Timor Leste is a beautiful country with nice coastlines and green and rugged mountains. There are definitely nice treks, snorkelling and diving to experience. Dili is quite small and we are finding our way around. We are staying at a cheap beachfront hotel while we find a house to rent. We had a week of induction to the volunteer program, meet and greet at my ...
... year, they study things like English, room cleaning, laundry, restaurant front of house and reception duties, and take internships at hotels across the island. In total there were around 1500 kids studying for careers in the tourism industry, and you couldn’t walk 10 metres without one of the younger ones approaching you and engaging in exactly the same conversation: “Hello mister/miss, what is your name? Where are you going? Where are you from? How old are you?” ...