Global Health Collaborative

The Global Health Collaborative (GHC) was set up in 2016 to bring together individuals and organisations, across Plymouth and the wider South West, who have an interest in or are already working in, global health.

We aim to share learning, enable new international health partnerships to be set up, and increase both global health education and work/experience opportunities for health professionals of all levels, both in international and 'locally global' settings.

Evening Seminar: Implementation and Improvement Science in Global Health

Come and hear about the methodologies of implementation science and improvement science in Global Health from Dr Rupert Jones' respiratory work in uganda, and Dr Kerri Jones' improvement science in Kenya.

Date: 3 February 2020

Time: 6-8pm

Location: John Bull Building, SR9



 

Global Health Cafe events

Global health cafes are informal semi-structured events which aim to share learning, enable new international health partnerships to be set up, and increase both global health education and work/experience opportunities for health professionals of all levels, both in international and 'locally global' settings.

At our latest Global Health Cafe we were joined by Associate Professor (Spatial Practice) Dr Sana Murrani to discuss the project she is leading; Creative Recovery: Mapping Refugees’ Memories of Home as Heritage. Find out more.

Inaugural Global Health conference report

Reciprocal benefits of Global Health partnerships

An international conference focusing on effective engagement of UK volunteers and partners in Global Health initiatives - held on 24 May 2019

Read the full article
 

2019 Photo Competition

The Global Health Photography competition is a yearly event to capture and display the global health activity of people from the South West Peninsula.

It’s open to all staff and students of the University of Plymouth and affiliated organisations such as the NHS or charities as part of the Global Health Collaborative.

The judging is based on a combination of technical merit, artistic ability and the Global Health message that the photo conveys.

View this year's entries and winners.

 
 

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