Together with health workers in low resource settings, we design and develop innovative technology to build capacity and raise awareness around sensitive health issues, including disability and mental health disorders. In addition, we are developing an interdisciplinary network at the University of Oxford to catalyse cutting edge interdisciplinary research at the intersection of health care training, social justice and technology in LMICs.
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Our second KCL-Oxford symposium on Ethics of Innovative Technologies for Health in LMICs is…Learn More
KCL-Oxford Symposium on ‘Ethics of Innovative Technologies for Improving Health in Low-Income Countries’
Sridhar Venkatapuram (King’s College London), Niall Winters and Anne Geniets have been awarded a…Learn More
The m_CHW project has recently been featured as an impact case study on the…Learn More
Seminar Talk by Professor Nora Groce and Dr Maria Kett, 31 May 2016, ‘How can research contribute to building capacity on disability in LMICs?’
In this fourth talk of our seminar series on ‘Building Capacity on disability in…Learn More