Read accounts about the overseas health workers and volunteers involved in health partnership activity across the globe and the impact it's having on patients.

"Don’t they throw rocks at you?" - The Brain Gain Programme in Uganda

"Don’t they throw rocks at you?" - The Brain Gain Programme in Uganda

The story of Ruth, a bipolar patient and Peer Support Worker working to change the perception of mental health in Uganda.

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Mental Health: Together We Can Overcome

Mental Health: Together We Can Overcome

The grief and grievances for those suffering from mental health problems are largely overlooked by both health and social sectors.

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Transforming maternity care in rural Uganda

Transforming maternity care in rural Uganda

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has partnered with Kitovu Hospital to deliver an obstetrics skills course in rural Uganda.

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Not all Health Workers Wear White Coats

Not all Health Workers Wear White Coats

Equipping a new generation of engineers with the skills to manage medical equipment safely and effectively.

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Reversing the Suicide Trend

Reversing the Suicide Trend

A health partnership is training nurses in Mysore, India to be able to assess and diagnose mental health disorders in those who attempt suicide.

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Epilepsy: Ending the Isolation

Epilepsy: Ending the Isolation

Creating an epilepsy hub in Sierra Leone.

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'Mama en Pikin welbodi'

'Mama en Pikin welbodi'

Two health partnerships are improving the lives of women and children in Kambia District, Sierra Leone

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