Relaunch of the Global Health Research Series
The King’s Centre for Global Health cordially welcomes all members of the King’s Health Partners community (King’s College London, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, King's College NHS Foundation Trust and South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust) to our fortnightly Global Health Seminars which will take place on Wednesday afternoons. This will be a great opportunity to come and hear about exciting global health work from across the community and network with likeminded academics and healthcare professionals.
The seminars will be held at 4.30 pm in Room 2.04, Global Health Meeting room, Weston Education Centre, Cutcombe Road, Denmark Hill London, SE5 9RJ on the following dates:
17th October - 'The use of technology to support health workers in low income countries', Molly Fyfe PhD student
31st October - 'Inequalities in Global Oral Health', Professor Stephen Challacombe 14th November - 'Connecting People Intervention Study: translating health and social interventions to low- and middle-income countries',
Meredith Newlin, Research Fellow at King's College London and University of York and Hannah Reidy, Research Fellow at King's College London
28th November - 'Mental health and the outcome of HIV/AIDS in low and middle income countries', Rosie Mayston, Programme Lead for the Global Mental Health MSc at the Centre for Global Mental Health