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Seminar Presentations – A12 Essex Urology Group

Friday 12 September 2014

 “Setting up training courses for UK urology trainees in the Third World”

Presented by Graham Watson, Founder, Trustee and Chairman of Medi Tech Trust

“Setting up a Charity”

Presented by Bob Lewis, Founder, Trustee and Secretary of Medi Tech Trust

 

 

“Setting up training courses for UK urology trainees in the Third World”

This presentation is given by Graham Watson, Trustee and Chairman of Medi Tech Trust, in which he talks about our charity’s aims, which are:

  • To teach a specific operative procedure appropriate to that country
  • To train the local surgeons
  • To train our UK trainees (and consultants) in a setting where we can pack the day with challenging cases
  • To raise funds to support purchasing some equipment for the host country and to contribute to the trainees’ expenses
  • The operative experience given
  • The opportunity of a few days exploring the culture
  • The pros and cons of doing this out of the UK
  • The other courses being set up, such as prostates (TUR and open) in Gambia

 

“Setting up a Charity”

This presentation is given by Bob Lewis, Trustee and Secretary of Medi Tech Trust, in which he talks about the procedures involved in creating a new charity, which are:

  • Making your Dream a Reality
  • The role of the Charity Commission
  • Pre-formation decisions
  • The key Trustee roles
  • Choosing your charity name
  • Pre- registration checks
  • Designing your charity’s logo
  • Banking
  • The need for a website
  • The importance of volunteers
  • Pro-active fund raising plans
  • Linking with other charities

 

These presentations were given at the Autumn Meeting of the A12 Essex Urology Group held at Southend-on Sea on Friday 12 September 2014.

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