Organizational Partner: The Electives Network.

Lead: Rachel Hinze, Office Manager
Prof. Ashok Handa, Professor of Surgery at Oxford University is part of our Leadership team and he introduced our organisation to the Collaborating Centre.     

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Resident in: UK;

Working in: UK,/[Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Carribean, Malaysia, Worldwide;

Area(s) of Interest in VBP:Communications/website,Education,Policy, Research/philosophy,Research/; Related Area(s) of Interest:Communication skills, Evidence-based practice,Ethics;

Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Global health/Global Health Education/Global Health Research/Medical Electives

Brief Description of Work:

The Electives Network has over 20 years’ experience delivering global health education and training. TEN helps students worldwide prepare for their medical electives. We promote Global Health Education through the development of accredited pathways. The Global Health Accredited Pathway allows healthcare professionals to pursue education and training within Global Health whilst the Foundation in Global Health Programme is part of our commitment to creating informed individuals to act as the vanguard of ethical practices within Global Health. We are committed to creating networks with healthcare practitioners, healthcare providers, policy makers, and academic institutions to promote ethical Global Health practice.

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