Global health is a key priority for Warwick Medical School. The University strategy makes a commitment to grow Warwick's visibility and positive impact across Sub-Saharan Africa and other parts of the world.
Warwick Centre for Global Health is a global research network bringing together individuals, disciplines and organisations to develop practical solutions to health needs. In particular, Warwick Centre for Global Health works globally, and particularly with resource limited nations to transform health systems and improve health worldwide.
Enhancing Human Resources and use of Appropriate Technologies for Maternal and Perinatal Survival in Sub-Saharan Africa
ETATMBA aims to develop the education and training for Non-Physician Clinicians (NPCs) who work with mothers and babies in rural and urban areas of Africa. With few doctors available, these clinicians are a vital source of health care provision yet receive little recognition for their work.
ETATMBA brings together African, European and global partners to develop both the clinical skills and leadership qualities of the NPCs working in Tanzania and Malawi.
An initiative designed to build research capacity in Universities in Sub-Saharan Africa, CARTA is jointly-led by the African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC), Kenya and the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) ,South Africa. It consists of nine African universities, four African research institutes and seven northern academic institutions, including the University of Warwick.
CHEW works with local, national and international partners on many projects around the world. Particular interest lies in applying health economics to evaluate interventions and policy tackling infectious diseases, mental health and health systems strengthening.