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Global Health Challenges SeminarS

Seminar series coordinated by Health Systems Collaborative in Oxford with Oxford-linked Africa and Asia Programmes. Watch recordings

Composite image of (1) A healthcare worker talking to two women, in India; (2) PPE items drying on racks: (3) African newborns in bassinets

What counts as interdisciplinary research and Tackling AMR; Introducing new technologies and changing practices; Ensuring medicine quality; Strengthening patient experience and outcomes through pathways of care.

KWTRP

The KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research programme

MSc International Health and Tropical Medicine

The MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine provides a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary foundation in global health. This course embraces the breadth and complexity of global health challenges facing resource limited contexts and equips candidates with the tools and awareness to contribute to innovative solutions.

The University moved to Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Level 1 on Monday 6 September, enabling all staff to return to working on site. Please refer to the University of Oxford Health page for updated health guidance.

The hard work and swift adaptability of staff during the pandemic has ensured continuity for our students and researchers, and allowed the University to continue to succeed through what has been a very challenging period. The move to BCP Level 1 brings the University in line with Step 4 of the UK government’s roadmap, allowing for in-person learning and assessment wherever possible, a return to working on site for all staff, and increased public access to University and college facilities. It also means the removal of most COVID-19 restrictions in place at the University.

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