It is only now David McGuinness is home that he realises how the past nine months working with sick children in Pakistan has changed his life.
Médecins Sans Frontières' Dr Daniel Martinez and Alexandra Brown reflect on the medical emergency response in the wake of a disaster.
Jon Faine's co-host is oncologist and writer, Dr Ranjana Srivastava. Their first guest is Damien Moloney, a logistician with Mecins Sans Fronties who is just back from three months in Central African Republic.
A stint in South Sudan offered many insights for Médecins Sans Frontières pharmacist Matthew Nicholson.
Médecins Sans Frontières Australia's executive director, Paul McPhun told Santilla Chingaipe, an unprovoked attack on an Médecins Sans Frontières' hopsital reflects the chaotic and lawless nature of events taking place in the...
The worst outbreak of the Ebola virus in 7 years is still taking its toll in the West African nations of Guinea and Liberia. Australian epidemiologist doctor Kamalini Lokuge has just returned from Guinea where she's been working...
Nurse Cindy Gibb has recently arrived in Helmand, Afghanistan where she will spend 8 months working in the Medecins Sans Frontieres project as a Paediatrics nurse.
Improving facility-based outcomes for mothers and newborns is achieveable writes Dr Myrto Schaefer and Alexandra Brown.
Daniel O'Brien is making a world of difference through his work with international medical agency Médecins Sans Frontières. Closer to home, the Geelong doctor is also leading the way in medical research
Doctors working with Médecins Sans Frontières in Guinea say the Ebola epidemic in Guinea is "unprecedented"