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.
"When I first arrived here, one of the main challenges was to convince pregnant women to even visit the centre! There are so many barriers involved."Continue reading »
NCDs are now the leading causes of death globally, and nearly three quarters of these deaths occur in low and middle income countries, despite this maternal health and infectious diseases have long been the primary focus of global health actions.Continue reading »
The story of Ruth, a bipolar patient and Peer Support Worker working to change the perception of mental health in Uganda.Continue reading »
The grief and grievances for those suffering from mental health problems are largely overlooked by both health and social sectors.Continue reading »
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has partnered with Kitovu Hospital to deliver an obstetrics skills course in rural Uganda.Continue reading »
Equipping a new generation of engineers with the skills to manage medical equipment safely and effectively.Continue reading »
A health partnership is training nurses in Mysore, India to be able to assess and diagnose mental health disorders in those who attempt suicide.Continue reading »