Launch of Lord Nigel Crisp’s online platform, Turning the World Upside Down
Lord Nigel Crisp, former chief executive of the NHS and crossbench member of the House of Lords, this week announced the launch of Turning the World Upside Down - www.ttwud.org - an online community and platform to share, collect and celebrate innovations in health from developing countries.
The launch event, hosted by King’s Centre for Global Health, was introduced by Prof Sir Robert Lechler, and brought together a panel consisting of Professor Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners in Health, Maureen Bisognano, President and CEO of the Institute of Healthcare Improvement, Fiona Godlee, editor-in-chief of the BMJ and Dr Charles Alessi, chair of Clinical Commissioners. Presenters pitched examples of innovation from developing countries to the panel. The live debate was streamed live to hundreds of people around the world.
To view the video recording of this event, click here.
Celebrating King’s Health Partners’ work in Zambia, Sierra Leone and Somaliland
Governors' Hall, St Thomas' Hospital, London
Hugh Taylor and Patricia Moberly, current and former Chair of Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, hosted an evening to celebrate the King's Health Partners' work in Zambia, Sierra Leone and Somaliland.