Category Archives: Oxford Network

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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Seminar Talk by Drs Niall Winters and Anne Geniets, 24 May 2016, ‘From health care training to overcoming structural barriers: can technology help?’

In this third talk of our seminar series on ‘Building Capacity on disability in low- and middle-income countries’, Drs. Niall Winters and Anne Geniets will ask the question: From health care training to overcoming structural barriers: can technology help? Many low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) are characterised by an acute shortage of trained doctors and…
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Seminar Talk by Professor Charles Newton and Dr Melissa Gladstone, 25 April 2016, ‘Identification, diagnosis and management of neurodisabilities in LMICs’

The second session in our on-going seminar series on Building capacity on disability in low- and middle-income countries will be given my Prof. Charles Newton and Dr. Melissa Gladstone. The theme of this session is the Identification, diagnosis and management of neurodisabilities in LMICs. Time: 5pm – 6.30pm Date: Monday, 25th April 2016 Location: Mawby…
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Seminar Talk by Dr Sridhar Venkatapuram, 22 March: ‘Why a health justice approach to disability in LMICs’?

In this first of our seminar series on ‘Building Capacity on disability in low- and middle-income countries’, Dr Sridhar Venkatapuram will ask the question: ‘Why a health justice approach to disability in LMICs?’ Abstract Considering the lived experience of people with mental and physical disabilities in resource poor settings brings into sharper relief some of the…
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Introducing the Oxford Network on Health Care Training, Social Justice & Technology

The Oxford Network on Health Care Training, Social Justice & Technology aims to catalyse innovative interdisciplinary research at the intersection of health care training, social justice and technology in the developing world. The network offers a shared space for researchers working on issues related to health care training, social justice or technology in low-resource settings,…
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