Rethinking partnership paradigms in global health
“We need a renewed vision for global health as well as a renewed vision of ourselves in it.”1
- CCGH 2021 Co-Chairs Closing Remarks - by Professor Margaret Gyapong from the University of Health and Allied Sciences in Ghana and Assistant Professor Alison Krentel from the School of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Ottawa.
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- Partnership with UHAS announcement
Thank you to all the delegates and presenters! All session recordings can be found on the WHOVA platform until February, 2022.
In the global advance towards 2030, there is a sense of urgency to evaluate if partnerships in global health at home and abroad are sufficient in their present form to reach the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The complexity of the SDGs and the current state of the planet requires a paradigm shift in the way we work together. Silos, one directional knowledge flow, North-South or top-down approaches are no longer “fit for purpose” in partnerships and need to be reviewed in light of the values of compassion, equity, inclusion and respect. Read more...
1) Cislaghi B, Bukuluki P, Chowdhury M, et al. Global health is political; can it also be compassionate? J Glob Health. 2019;9(2):020306. doi:10.7189/jogh.09.020306
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CCGH 2021 Partnership
CSIH is happy to announce its partnership with the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) located in Ghana. Read more...
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CCGH 2021 Program:
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