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The Royal Regency

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While it is clear that hospitals in developing countries need to improve quality of health services and improve patient safety, hospitals in high resource countries need to do the same. Most often the focus on improvement through institutional health partnerships involves hospital teams from high resource settings attempting to aid and teach hospital staff in low resource settings, particularly in Africa. However these efforts to provide assistance may be more satisfying and sustainable if we understand that partnership learning is bi-directional whereby hospital teams from high resource settings also benefit. One particular partnership-based model that demonstrates this benefit to high resource partners is the Uganda UK Health Alliance and THET Health Partnership Scheme. This model has co-created twinning partnerships with Health care organisations in Uganda which have impacted health care delivery in both countries.

This global health event aims to deconstruct specific learnings that have benefited the UK Ugandan diaspora community and National Health Service through these health partnerships.

Key deliverables of the event include:

1) A critical next step towards unpacking the specific opportunities for South-North learning especially towards ethnic minority groups in UK

2) Develop structures and processes to support peer learning and Research that supports health diaspora involvement in global health

3) Improving Patient experience and delivering people-centred care through developing culturally sensitive care pathways for Ugandan diaspora community

4) Encourage better access to Primary care and public health among Diaspora and ethnic minority groups in UK through engagement of community leaders

5) Support Ugandan medical diaspora engagement in global health

6) Develop a database of Ugandan medical diaspora and their Skills/ professional for engagement with THET/ UUKHA global health programs


Key Partners

Health Education England

East London NHS Trust- Butabika Mental Health Link

University Of Salford

University of Manchester Gulu Man Link

NHS Blood and Transplant

Nottingham Trent University

Metropolitan Police Service

Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Foundation Trust


Organising committee

Moses Mulimira – Uganda UK Health Alliance ( mobile: 07828060143/ email: moses.mulimira@hotmail.co.uk

Helen Slattery, Head of Global Health , Programme Manager Global Health Exchange ( email: helen.slattery@mft.nhs.uk)

Dr Peter Julu and Belinda Atim ( atim_belinda@yahoo.co.uk)

Peris Thuo – THET ( peris@thet.org)

Jan Mukibi and Renah Nasuna (Miss Uganda UK) Email: info@missugandauk.org/ renahnasuna@gmail.com



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