The University of St Andrews UNICEF on Campus society welcomed health and development professionals to St. Andrews on the 7th and 8th of April for their ‘Migration and Health’ Symposium fundraising event.
Dr Queen Dube, Clinical Head of Department of Paediatrics and Child Health at QECH, Blantyre and Dr Bernadette O’Hare, College of Medicine, deputy academic Head of Department attended the launch of this networking event on behalf of PACHA.
Researchers from Malawi College of Medicine and the University of St Andrews met in Lilongwe to discuss and share the initial findings of the ‘Global Early Adolescent Study’ (www.geastudy.org) with the Ministry of Health and development partners.
Professor William Stones joined Ministry of Health, WHO and UNICEF colleagues for a workshop on quality of care at Mangochi District Hospital.
School of Medicine researchers contribute to a UNICEF research online series about socioeconomic and gender inequalities in adolescent health