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Monday 5th November 2012

Sierra Leone midwife visiting King's presents to UN High Level Panel

Sierra Leone midwife visiting King's presents to UN High Level Panel
Description
Francess Fornah, head of the School of Midwifery in Makeni, Sierra Leone is currently based at King's Health Partners for a three month commonwealth fellowship to observe midwifery training.
Date:
05 November 2012
Friday 19th October 2012

King's Global Health Roadshow Success

King's Global Health Roadshow Success
Description
Over the past 2 weeks the King's Centre for Global Health has been on the road, showcasing it's capacity building programmes in Somaliland, Zambia and Sierra Leone. Visiting various sites across King's Health Partners, nearly 100 members of staff turned up to meet the team, hear about the Centre's work and discuss opportunities to get involved.
Date:
19 October 2012
Wednesday 10th October 2012

World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day
Description
On World Mental Health Day, Dr. Peter Hughes, Consultant Psychiatrist, looks back at his involvement in the Kings, THET, Somaliland Project.
Date:
10 October 2012
Thursday 4th October 2012

Relaunch of the Global Health Research Series

Relaunch of the Global Health Research Series
Description
The Global Health Research Seminar Series starts for the autumn term on Wednesday 17th October with a session from PhD student Molly Fyfe.
Date:
04 October 2012

Successful Medical Equipment Grant for Zambia

Successful Medical Equipment Grant for Zambia
Description
The Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation trust (GSTT) –Zambia link has been awarded funding through the Health Partnership Scheme to improve the maintenance and management of medical equipment of two hospitals in Ndola, Zambia.
Date:
04 October 2012
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