Warwick Centre for Global Health is an international network bringing together individuals, organisations and disciplines to develop practical solutions to health needs. In particular, the Centre works globally, and particularly with resource limited nations to transform health systems and improve health worldwide.
The Centre’s mission is to harness diverse areas of expertise to develop practical solutions to health needs by conducting operational, implementation, public health and health systems research. The team are committed to research into the development and implementation of scalable policy and practice which is not only innovative but also effective and affordable. These policies and practices are essential for improving the health of poor populations.
Established in 2014, Warwick Centre for Global Health, previously known as W-CAHRD, has conducted and disseminated first class applied health research, through the development of systems and technologies for healthcare and assisting with their transfer and management.
Areas of research interest include, but are not limited to; Slum Health, Non Communicable Diseases and their risk factors, Quality and Access to Health Services and Methods. For more information on some of the centre’s current research, please see our research.
At the University of Warwick we are experienced in crafting competitive funding applications and have special expertise in methodological research. If you have an interest in collaborating or studying within these disciplines please contact Dr Oyebode.
Dr Oyinlola Oyebode
Acting Director of W-CAHRD
Room A123, 1st Floor
Warwick Medical School
University of Warwick
Office: +44 (0)24765 522644
Email: O dot R dot O dot Oyebode at warwick dot ac dot uk