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At THET we believe that health partnerships run better health projects than individual institutions or experts who arrive with plans fully formed. It’s certainly plausible that the trust, understanding and resources embodied in a strong health partnership lead to effective, sustainable health workforce or health systems strengthening. But is it true? THET commissioned Suzanne Edwards to look at some of the evidence.
Wessex and Korle Bu Partnership
Wessex UK and Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Ghana, explain how they monitor progress in their project. This practical guide is for health partnerships who want to enhance their approach to monitoring change.
This case study documents the Value for Money of the COSECSA Oxford Orthopaedic Link (COOL).
This document summarises the Value for Money (VfM) Case Study of the Child and Adolescent Mental Health project (CAMH), a health partnership between the East London Foundation NHS Trust, UK, and Butabika Hospital, Kampala, Uganda.
This document summarises the Value for Money (VfM) case study of the COSECSA Oxford Orthopaedic Link (COOL), a health partnership between the Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences at the University of Oxford and the College of Surgeons of East Central and Southern Africa (COSECSA).
British Medical Journal
Analysis of Ebola holding units in Sierra Leone, demonstrating that it is possible for international partners and government facilities to collaborate closely during a humanitarian crisis.