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PRESS RELEASE: Experts In Our Midst


NHS risks losing its global reputation if it continues to overlook the expertise of 15% of its workforce, according to the Tropical Health and Education

Experts in Our Midst | Recognising the contribution NHS diaspora make to global health

Graeme Chisholm

This policy report highlights the contribution that diaspora NHS staff make to global health. Exploring their impact and the challenges faced, this report shows us

NHS Engagement in Global Health | Research Summary


This document provides an overview of research undertaken by THET in partnership with IPSOS Mori to examine perceptions towards and engagement with global health among

Africa Grants Programme 2018-2020 Impact Report


This report outlines the successes, learning and impact of the 2018-2020 Africa Grants Programme.

Partnerships in a Time of COVID-19 Learning Paper


Learning points and key reflections from our #CovidPartnerships virtual conference held in March 2021.

#COVIDPartnerships Synthesis Report

Summer Simpson

THET, in partnership with the ESTHER Alliance and ACHEST, carried out a rapid survey of Health Partnerships to inform the planning of the March 19th

THET and Health Partnership’s Response to COVID-19 in 2020


An overview of THET and Health Partnership's Response to COVID-19 in 2020.

THET & Health Partnership’s response to COVID-19 in 2020


An overview of how THET and the wider Health Partnership community responded to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

Report on International Volunteering

Louise Hollie and THET

The objective of this study is to understand the benefits, opportunities and constraints to the NHS as a result of health partnerships between UK-based health

From Competition to Collaboration: Ethical leadership in an era of health worker mobility

Graeme Chisholm, Policy Manager, THET

From Competition to Collaboration explores the interactions between the UK’s NHS and Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) through the lens of an increasingly mobile health

Media Coverage on the Health Worker Shortfall – 2019


In recent months it has been fantastic to see key themes that are explored in our latest discussion paper, From Competition to Collaboration, examined in

Measuring the bias against low-income country research: an Implicit Association Test

Matthew Harris , James Macinko, Geronimo Jimenez and Pricila Mullachery