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Mr Ofori-Atta and Dr Ashish Bhagat meet CEO, head
of Peri-operative Busting, head of Surgery and radiology at the
University Teaching Hospital, Cape Coast. Ghana
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participants attended Motec’s 2018 AGM
held on Sunday 3rd June at Hemel
Hempstead Hospital postgraduate centre.
The 2018 theme was ‘From Success to Significance'...read
From Success to Significance'
P. Ofori-Atta MB.ChB. FRCS
experiences with staff of Raigmore Hospital, Inverness, Scotland
Two senior members of Motec spent
two nights in the Highland District of Scotland (31st May to 2nd
June). The team from. Motec Mr Ofori-Atta and Mr Caesar Owusu
Mensah were welcomed at Inverness airport and hosted by Ms Jo
Busby, an active member of Motec and a senior Scout leader who
has led many missions to Ghana and successfully completed
projects for the blind and the Hohoe Community of Ghana.
The Motec Team made two
presentations to about 20 midwives, sonographers and senior
management staff of the hospital. The theme 'Preparing for the
Unknown' was most appropriate as Raigmore staff embark on a new
project linking their hospital with Hohoe hospital in Ghana
The lively interactive session was
intended to prepare the first batch of four staff members going
to Ghana for the first time . They will be supported by Ms Busby
and senior Scottish Scout leader Russel. The Motec team was
impressed by the dedication of the hospital staff to the
project. They had put in a lot of effort time, material and
money. They were pleasant , keen to learn about delivering the
project successfully. Motec enjoyed a marvellous reception by
the staff and host Jo. This was topped up with a sumptuous
dinner by the Ness River.
The hospital team leaves for Ghana
Mr Ofori-Atta and Caesar took the
opportunity to see the beautiful landscape of Inverness (the
town overlying the mouth of River Ness). In spite of the team's
effort to discover the Monster of Lochness (Lake Ness), not
even a trace of the Monster was located other than the artwork
on cars and walls of the imaginary animal legend.
It has been planned for Mr Ofori-Atta
to meet the hospital team at the end of their campaign in Accra
on the final day.
the Raigmore team the best of everything.
Motec duo have
returned to England for the AGM planned for 3rd June
Surgical Frontiers Programme June 2018
with the Dean and basic science lecturers of the University of
Allied Health Sciences at Ho, Volta Region of GHANA.
The programme is expected to link the university with London and
would also include interactive lectures with full participation
of lecturers and students of the University.
The television crew covered meeting