INSPIRE through Clinical Teaching is a four-day multi-disciplinary course specifically developed for healthcare staff who teach  in low-resource settings. It is aimed at all healthcare professionals due to the belief that for care to develop, these key skills need to be a part of professional training for all.

Since the first course in November 2015, 20 INSPIRE through clinical teaching courses have been run across six LMIC; Zambia, Kenya, Guyana, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Uganda.  In Zambia, where the INSPIRE course began, six courses have been run in  Lusaka and one in Ndola, and Zambia now has an established faculty who lead the ongoing strategy for this course locally.

These courses being run successfully across multiple countries helps to build a network of medical educators across LMIC to further post-graduate medical and healthcare training regionally.

17 Successful INSPIRE teachers finish their training in Nairobi
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Discussion points around what makes a good clinical teacher