In this episode, Dr's J and Ward, with special guest Dr James Ham discuss humanitarian medical work. Along the way they cover the surprising challenges of working in Hawaii, military medical scholarships, the combat engineer brigade, infrastructure work in the Phillipines, humanitarian medical work, the founding of WaterHandsHope, Papau New Guinea, tribal war injuries, crowdfunding and bluff calling, prosthetic hands, nonprofit consulting, endemic diseases, lost vaccines, malnutrition coping techniques, cannabalism, cargo cults, and more. So sit back, and prepare to learn about mission impossible medicine!
Special Thanks to James Ham and https://www.waterhandshope.org/
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