B2A2 Infant Oral Mutilation
of verifiable CPD
This course is a panel discussion exploring the practice of infant oral mutilation. What is it? Where does it take p...
Academic Clinical Lecturer in the School of Primary Care, Population Sciences and Medical Education
Dr Merlin Willcox is a clinical researcher at the Dept of Primary Health Care at the University of Oxford, UK, and a GP at a health centre for homeless people in Oxford. His research interests include primary health care for disadvantaged populations, traditional medicine, and clinical trials of herbal medicine. He has been involved in several clinical trials of herbal medicines for malaria and helped to set up a network of people involved in this field called "RITAM" (Research Initiative on Traditional Antimalarial Methods). Merlin is currently working on two projects, HURAPRIM (Human Resources for Primary Care in Africa) and MUTHI (Multidisciplinary University Traditional Health Initiative).