Neverest Foundation 2019 visit to Kathmandu. September 6-16th. Team 2019: Rohan Rajan James Metcalfe Ollie Donaldson Anthony Fitton Kate Fitton Mo Mirza Daniel Ananda-Rajan Katie Axton Claudia Baker The first 3 days were spent in Thuribhvan University Hospital where Team Neverest hosted a full days teaching and a dry bone work shop to fix ankle, … Continue reading Neverest 2019
Team Neverest visited Kathmandu again in November 2018 for 2 weeks with a team of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Anaesthetists, theatre nurses and students. We hosted a 3 day Orthopaedic seminar in Tribhuvan University Hospital including lectures in Hand, Shoulder, Foot and Ankle and Paediatric Orthopaedics, intensive care and anaesthetic complications. We also hosted a drybone workshop … Continue reading Neverest to NEPAL 2018
Neverest Foundation hosted a successful and enjoyable charity luncheon and cricket match at Repton School, Derbyshire on 1st July 2018. There were 265 guests who were entertained by the Uttoxeter Brass Band during the drinks reception. A superb luncheon was provided by the award winning chef Lee Parry. The Soulmates band provided entertainment during luncheon. … Continue reading Neverest Foundation charity lunch and cricket match 1st July 2018
We spent 2 days at TU Teaching hospital. Visiting the ward, carrying out teaching and dry bone workshop sessions, as well as having a day of theatre.
Our day began with flight back to Kathmandu from Chitwan. After lunch we arranged transport to take us to the Neverest Orthopaedic Home for girls which is about one hour away from Kathmandu. On the way we stopped off at an English school which our girls attend to drop off some books and school materials. … Continue reading Nepal 2017 : Opening of Neverest Orthopaedic Home for girls
On our second day at the Bharatpur Hospital, Chitwan, we spent the day operating. Selecting cases from the clinic the previous day as well as some trauma cases.
The day started off with an early morning ward teaching round on the orthopaedic ward followed by a visit to the spinal rehabilitation unit. An outpatient clinic quickly followed where 9 patients were listed for surgery for tomorrow. Following lunch, formal teaching by lectures and a dry bone workshop was performed. Formal hand over of … Continue reading Nepal 2017: Teaching at Bharatpur Hospital