Category Archives: mCHW

m_CHW featured as impact case study on the ESRC website

The m_CHW project has recently been featured as an impact case study on the ESRC website. Some of the impacts mentioned in the article are: - The research led to the development of the REFER app – a mobile resource for reference material, guidance and support for child development diagnostics and referrals. - Community health…
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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 low- and middle-income countries’, Professor Nora Groce and Dr Maria Kett, Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development Centre, UCL, will ask the question: How can research contribute to building capacity on disability in the developing world? Professor Groce and Dr Kett…
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What is “appropriate technology” for eLearning in Africa?

"What does it really mean to use technology for education and learning in Africa", asks Niall Winters in his recent contribution to the eLearning Africa Report 2015. "For many", he writes, "it is an opportunity to provide students with the skills they need to take part in the knowledge economy of the 21st century, a chance…
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Our mCHW & Fell project findings presented at ‘Crossing Boundaries 2 – Health Research Relevant to LMIC Across Oxford’s Disciplines and Divisions’

On 8 December, Niall Winters presented findings from the ESRC-DFID-funded mCHW project at the Crossing Boundaries 2 Health Research Relevant to LMIC Conference at Said Business School.         At the same event, Anne Geniets gave a flash talk and presented findings of her collaborative work with Laurenz Langer and Niall Winters on…
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