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The Journey of Duty: From Africa to Europe-bookcover

By: Olgett Kazimoto

The Journey of Duty: From Africa to Europe

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Early life experiences of the author in the northern province of Zambia in Africa, and training in healthcare with subsequent employment in the mining industry healthcare owned jointly by the Anglo-American Corporation and the Government of the Republic of Zambia, mark the beginning of the journey of duty. After working for eight years from 1990 to 1998, this initial part of the journey of duty becomes full of challenging encounters and adventure stories associated with copper mining operations. Moving to Britain as a migrant worker marks the second part of the long journey of duty. Over the next 22 years, the author is immersed in the busy National Health Service (NHS), an umbrella organisation for thousands of hospitals and allied institutions. Experiencing the British way of life becomes fascinating but then part of this way of life is about how politics influence the way healthcare is delivered by the NHS which takes the centre stage throughout the rest of this book. The NHS tales about itsorigins, evolution, inspiring radical transformation in the 21st century, traffic light targets, and the dark times of scandals with red tape are quite revealing especially for people intending to work, train or are working as healthcare professionals. In the thick of it are some of the shining stars with rare qualities of fixing the broken parts of the healthcare systems that end this book.

The author, Olgett Kazimoto, has worked in the British National Health Service for over 22 years. He is qualified as a healthcare professional and has worked in Africa for hospitals jointly owned by the Anglo-American Corporation and the Government of the Republic of Zambia, under the company called Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines Ltd from 1990 to 1998 with brief assignments to the hospitals in the Republic of South Africa.

The author left Zambia in Africa to join the British National Health Service (NHS) in January 1999, where he worked in clinical and managerial roles and completed a number of postgraduate studies in healthcare and health service management.

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