Providing Healthcare Education Worldwide
IMET2000 aims to promote inexpensive, continuous and accessible healthcare education and training for all professionals working in the global health sector by exploiting the IT revolution through e-learning and self -learning programmes bolted on to video conferencing and telemedicine networks and with face to face contacts where essential.
Our goal is to provide a firm foundation for improved services to all those suffering from diseases and physical and mental trauma but especially in children in economically deprived societies or areas of violent conflict.
IMET2000 held its Annual Dinner on February 3rd in the Peers Dining Room the House of Lords with Baroness Jenny Tonge our host. We had a wonderful evening with a mixture of fun and serious reporting to encourage the guests to give generously to our two programmes, one for physical trauma in children and the other for training health workers dealing with children and adolescents suffering extreme mental stress...Read more
The great UK entertainer and human rights activist Mark Thomas and his colleague Sam Beale visit to the Jenin Freedom Theatre in Palestine
The great UK entertainer and human rights activist Mark Thomas and his colleague Sam Beale have just returned from a working visit to the Jenin Freedom Theatre in Palestine where they planned with about a dozen Palestinian actors a new comedy project...Read more
IMET2000 Company Secretary, Professor Barry Fuller, has just been made Head of Research in the University College London
We are delighted to announce that our IMET2000 Company Secretary, Professor Barry Fuller, has just been made Head of Research in the University College London (UCL)/Royal Free Hospital Division of Surgery and Interventional Sciences...Read more
Colin Green met with Dr Ali Ghanem at the Royal London Hospital on the 20th October to discuss the rest of the training programme of our first Samih Darwazah Memorial Surgical Fellowship Dr Ahmed Al Moghrabi after he leaves India for the UK in December 2016...Read more