Events

 

14th March 2018

East of England Global Health Conference

We co-hosted a half day conference, with an evening keynote session to celebrate and share learning of global health initiatives across the East of England region.  The conference encouraged and enabled more collaboration between clinicians and academics and launched the East of England Global Health Partnerships Network.

We have captured the key learning and discussion from the conference. Read more here 

Download the presentations from the event below:

25th January 2018

Global Health Volunteering: Making it Safe, Effective and Ethical

*Please note this event is SOLD OUT* 

More tickets will be posted if they become available. For those wanting to find our more about global health volunteering please email:cghp@act4addenbrookes.org.uk

Date: Thursday 25th January 

Location: Frank Lee Centre, Hexagon Room. Cambridge Biomedical Campus

Times: 08.30 – 13.30

Interested in global health volunteering? Join us for a half day workshop focusing on Safe, Effective and Ethical volunteering

An interactive workshop for clinical and non-clinical healthcare professionals and academics in Cambridgeshire interested in global health volunteering. Hear from a range of people involved with the charity so that you can understand more about the values, practices and priorities of our global health programme.

It is an opportunity for you to take some time to think about whether you would like to make a formal application to join a team of volunteers working in partnership with colleagues overseas. For more information and tickets please visit: https://globalhealthvolunteering.eventbrite.co.uk 

23rd November 2017

Join us on 23 November to celebrate 10 years of Cambridge Global Health Partnerships!

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Over the past decade we have worked to establish sustainable, innovative and collaborative partnerships. Join us on 23 November to hear keynotes from our country partners including Shenaaz El-Halabi, Permanent Secretary of Health, Botswana and Andrew Bastawrous, co-founder of Peek (Portable Eye Examination Kit) Vision. The keynotes and volunteer presentations will be followed by a drinks reception. 

Where: Li Ka Shing Centre, the Cancer Research UK Institute

When: 23 November 2017, 6-9pm 

RSVP: Please register for the event through Eventbrite