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Global Partnerships for Health

Our partnerships

The ‘Global Partnerships for Health’ hub is a virtual community of practice linking healthcare staff from research, education and practice. The group sits within the faculty’s Academic Portfolio & Market Development team and case studies shown here give an indication of the international work currently in progress and/or recently completed. The core team members are indicated in each case study. Much of the work has been about knowledge exchange and transfer and research between members of the community of practice with the aim of extending and enhancing practice internationally.

Read our Impact Report on an International Institutional Health Research partnership.

Current Projects

We have many current projects with international partners, the case studies shown here give an indication of the international work currently in progress and/or recently completed. The core team members are indicated in each case study.

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Chris Carter

Chris is a Senior Lecturer, an experienced critical care nurse and leader and during the first wave of the Covid-19 was seconded as Matron for Critical Care in a London Hospital.

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Professor Joy Notter

Professor Joy Notter is Professor of Community Health Care at Birmingham City University. She trained as a nurse in the Nightingale Training School, St Thomas’ Hospital, London.

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