New virtual global health partnerships and future opportunities
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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.

The South West Global Health collaborative in conjunction with Health Education England has created a digital event to bring together UK Global Health Networks including Severn, Wessex and Wales. We invite our overseas partners in Zambia, Kenya, Rwanda to explore the future possibilities of virtual partnerships, and the successes and challenges that have been faced during COVID-19. Please join us on the day if you are interested in networking to help deliver global health in a more integrated and collaborative way.


13:30-16:30 | New virtual global health partnerships and future opportunities 

13:30-13:50 | Virtual Electives - Feedback Richard Nduwayezu, Elpitha Bruce and Kigali/Plymouth students

13:50-14:10 | Rwanda Plymouth Partnership - Undergraduate EBL project - Agnes Gatariya, Zoe Brookes and Kigali/Plymouth students

14:10-14:30 | Rwanda Plymouth Partnership - Postgraduate project update - JC Byringiro, James Aird, Kigali/Plymouth orthopaedic trainees

14:30-14:40 | Q&A 

14:40-15:00 | Break

15:00-15:40 | Wessex Zambia Partnership update (improving global health fellows) - Emily Cant and Zambian Family medical trainees

15:40-16:10 | Global Emergency Medicine Fellowships - Andy Lockyer, Timothy Panga

16:10-16:30 | Partnerships and Global Health Fellowships post-COVID/discussion

Please register your place via the above link or email for further information.

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