Project HOPE is recruiting volunteers to teach within our Nursing Education Program at University Clinical Center of Kosovo in Pristina. This program focuses on women's health, pediatrics and basic life support trainings and lectures to help advance the skills of the local healthcare professionals.
Selected applicants will be assigned to their designated specialty area within the University Clinical Center. The scope of work will vary and be dependent on the department.
Volunteers will have opportunities to provide patient care, engage in side-by-side trainings and present lectures to enhance capacity of the local medical staff.
Accommodation and Volunteer Information:
Lodging will be provided to volunteers at no cost at an apartment in the clinic. Volunteers are responsible for cost of meals and incidentals.
- Volunteer is responsible to arrange and pay for roundtrip flight.
- Complimentary airport transportation will be made available at the beginning and end of the stay.
- Volunteers should obtain temporary traveler's health insurance for the duration of their stay.
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Provided by Project HOPE
- Standard Project HOPE t-shirt, hat, and reusable nametag
Minimum of 3 weeks
Project HOPE has been working in Kosovo since 1992. With an office based in Macedonia, our goal is to provide programs ranging from community interventions to trainings for hospital based health care providers. The ultimate goal is to support the development of the health systems throughout the region. In 2007, HOPE began implementing the Strategic Medical Resupply Program (SMRP), a program designed to improve the quality of care for patients in the Balkans region by providing targeted donations of medicines and medical supplies. This humanitarian assistance program is demonstrably improving health services in the region during its difficult transition of the health systems to meet global health care standards. By providing medicine and medical supplies valued at over $60 million, Project HOPE is helping the Ministries of Health and hospitals increase budget savings and improve the availability of appropriate medicines and medical supplies for the people in the region. More recently, HOPE is implementing a hospital-based program that provides hands on trainings, lectures, and advanced skills to healthcare workers. We are currently focusing on nursing education in Pediatrics, Women's Health, and OBGYN.
University Clinical Center of Kosovo in Pristina
Candidates will be specialized in one or more of the following areas:
- Oncologists and physicists
- Oncology nurses (pediatric and adult)
- Pediatricians and Pediatric Registered Nurses or Nurse Practitioners with experience in cystic fibrosis
Experience working in the Balkan region.
Licensing / Credentials Required:
Copy of valid medical licenses and certifications
Ability to lift up to 30 pounds
Ability to sit and stand for extended periods of time