Recently retired from a position as a GP in a large group practice in Bedfordshire. Prior to this Paul worked in ENT departments in NHS hospitals for many years. He is now the medical advisor for the Let the Children Hear programme in Uganda and spends more than six months of the year at our clinics in Kampala and surrounding areas.
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Elisabeth has over 20 years experience as a health care professional. A registered nurse and qualified midwife, for the past 15 years she has worked as a practice nurse in a GP surgery. She is passionate about public health and health promotion and is qualified in ‘Public Health Planning for Hearing Impairment’. It was this that led her and the team to form the Let the Children Hear charity in Uganda, with the aim of developing and raising the profile of hearing health care services in developing countries.
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Trained as a qualified Chartered Surveyor, Geoff uses his extensive commercial, legal and accountancy experience to facilitate the growth and development of LTCH.
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A retired nurse and midwife with 47 years experience, Elspeth also has a diploma in Clinical Teaching. Elspeth’s key role to date within LTCH has been fund raising, but we hope that it extends into teaching and clinical work in Uganda.
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A creative director with over 30 years experience working with multinational companies. Jude uses her creative skills and marketing knowledge to ensure LTCH messages are communicated to a range of audiences, across a wide variety of materials including websites, posters, brochures, emails and even frisbees.
Elhaam graduated from UCL with a BSc in Audiology and currently works as an adult audiologist in London and also has experience working as a paediatric audiologist. Elhaam supports LTCH by providing advice on hearing aids and auditory brainstem response traces. She is also currently helping to set up the school screening program in Kampala.
Pam became involved with the charity a few years ago advising the medical team about Paediatric Audiological Assessment. In March 2015 she took two weeks annual leave from her full time post as Community Paediatric Audiology Service Manager to go and work in Uganda. She worked as a Paediatric Audiologist carrying out assessments on children both in clinics and school settings. She also delivered training to local audiologists and health care workers. Her current project is writing a training programme to support the setting up of Newborn Hearing Screening. She also continues to support audiologists in Uganda to gain the skills and competencies necessary to carry out assessment and ongoing management of hearing impaired children.
Community outreaches target children living in the slums
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