Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Health Education England, THET is building a body of evidence to demonstrate examples of innovation in health fostered through working in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). We are therefore launching a call for evidence to the global health community to showcase innovations or innovative ideas that can benefit health systems in both an LMIC and the UK, at an individual health worker, institutional or system level.
Innovations in health might involve new methods of training, service delivery, access etc. For examples of innovation through health partnerships, please click here.
We would like to encourage those with an innovation to submit their ideas in order to contribute to a growing body of evidence on this work. All submissions will be used to form part of a body of growing evidence in THET’s communications, to persuade government and donors of the innovative benefits of the investment of UK Aid in global health initiatives and of the health partnership model.
For those who wish to apply for Fellowships, eligible submissions must demonstrate all of the following criteria:
Eligible submissions should also demonstrate one of the following:
Candidates can submit more than one example of innovation if they wish to, however, please submit one innovation per submission. The deadline for submission is midnight on 14th July 2019.
|To submit, please complete the HIP Submission Form|
If you have any questions please contact email@example.com.
Led by our Patron Lord Crisp (APPG Global Health), a Steering Group including Professor Agnes Binagwaho (University of Global Health Equity), Professor Ged Byrne (Health Education England), Dr Matt Harris (Imperial College), Dr Sara Urassa (Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College), Dr Shams Syed (World Health Organization), and Dr Navina Evans (East London NHS Trust), Victoria MacDonald (Channel 4) and Nigel Edwards (Nuffield Trust) will guide the project and fellows to ensure innovations from across the health partnership community are identified, documented and showcased.