Reversing the Suicide Trend

Reversing the Suicide Trend

A Health Partnership is training nurses in Mysore, India to be able to carry out mental health assessment and diagnosis to patients who have attempted suicide, helping to address the shockingly high suicide rate in India.

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Putting Nurses at the Heart of Mental Health Care

Putting Nurses at the Heart of Mental Health Care

Nurses are the largest workforce in India but the majority do not receive specific mental health training. A Health Partnership is changing this in order to address the high rate of suicide in the area.

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Developing Leaders, Improving Global Health

Developing Leaders, Improving Global Health

A health partnership between Improving Global Health & The Maddox-Jolie-Pitt Foundation is improving healthcare in rural Cambodia, with positive benefits for the NHS in the UK too.

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Epilepsy: Ending the Isolation

Epilepsy: Ending the Isolation

A health partnership between Basildon & Thurrock NHS Trust and Lumley Government Hospital in Sierra Leone are improving epilepsy care in Sierra Leone.

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Global Links: Working together to improve child health

Global Links: Working together to improve child health

RCPCH Global Links places UK volunteers in health institutions in five African countries, working with local health workers to improve child healthcare and reduce child mortality.

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Making it Work: Managing medical equipment in low resource settings

Making it Work: Managing medical equipment in low resource settings

The health partnership between Ndola Central Hospital in Zambia and Guy's & St. Thomas' Hospital in the UK is improving training for biomedical engineers in Zambia and increasing medical equipment capacity at Ndola Hospital.

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How to: Fundraising Guide

How to: Fundraising Guide

Learn about the ways to diversify funding for your partnership, how to make the most of your networks, and the importance of good communication.

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