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grey text = volunteer has not yet confirmed their intent to volunteer (please email confirmation of your intent to volunteer to staff@daisi.com.au).
black text = volunteer has confirmed intent to volunteer but volunteer’s application application form for temporary registration, and/or necessary supporting documents have not yet been received by DAISI (please email to staff@daisi.com.au).
blue text = volunteer’s application for temporary registration with supporting documents has been sent to the relevant Registry Board and is still pending approval.
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red text = for one reason or another volunteer’s trip has been cancelled.

This DAISI trip intended to involve  three cardiologists from Royal Prince Alfred, and St George Hospital Dr James Weaver, Dr George Youssef, and Dr Suresh Singarayar.

This trip was approved by Medical Superintendent Dr John Hue.  The team planned to attend the cardiology clinic at NRH from Tuesday 17th March until Thursday 19th March 2020, doing education talks, clinical  and echo over the three day period.

On 15th March this trip was cancelled on advise of Dr John Hue and RPA hospital policy of 14 days mandatory self quarantine after any trip overseas.


trip #12. March 2020 Cardiology
Itinerary Name Specialty Dates Origin Destination Received Approved
Details Dr James Weaver,  Cardiology 17-19 March 2020  RPA, Sydney NRH, Solomon Islands  application sent Yes
Details Dr George Youssef Cardiologist 17-19 Mar 2020 St George Public Hospital NRH, Solomon Islands  application sent Yes
 Details Dr Suresh Singarayar  Cardiologist 17-19 Mar 2020  Prince of Wales Public Hospital  NRH, Solomon Islands  Not Yet Yes
This cardiology clinic from 17-19 March 2020 to National Referral Hospital (NRH) was approved by the Medical Superintendent Dr John Hue in 13thDec 2019 and cancelled on 15th March 2020 due to coronavirus concerns.