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Child Cancer in Africa: an evening with Professors Elizabeth Molyneux and Simon Bailey on their work at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Malawi
4th October 2018, Lumley Castle, Durham, DH3 4NX
We are very excited at the opportunity to hear from these two innovators in global care for children with cancer. Elizabeth led the paediatric team at QECH for over 20 years, developing paediatric A&E, general and oncology departments. Simon is a Professor of Neuro-oncology at GNCH, but has also spent extensive time at QECH, and continues to provide remote clinical advice and pathology services for the QECH team. Getting them together to talk and answer questions is a rare event, so we would encourage everyone to come along!
Buffet dinner available from 17:30, talks from 18:30. Free for PiNGHS members & students, £15 for others (or they can join PiNGHS on the door). Please RSVP by 30th September to PiNGlobalHealth@gmail.com

Previous Events

Spring 2018: War in Child Health 

Fantastic speakers giving an insight into the challenges of healthcare in areas of conflict and refugee health. 

Winter 2017: The 26th Watson Memorial Study Day. 

PiNGHS collaborated with the GNCH paediatric ID and immunology team to support this fantastic day of talks on ID and immunology with a global health flavour, including work in the Gambia on early life nutrition and immune development.

Autumn 2017: Safeguarding in Global Child Health 

Fascinating evening discussing safeguarding issues, policies and training in a global context.

Summer 2017: Trainees Global Health Gathering

Great evening of discussion, sharing ideas and opportunities for trainees in global health projects.

Spring 2017: Research in Global Child Health

This event focused on the challenges, frustrations and rewards of research in global child health. We were fortunate to have a range of inspiring speakers, notably Dr Kate Hampshire, chair of the North East Global Health Forum, and Dr Stephen Owens, consultant in paediatric infectious disease who shared their experiences of research in Africa.

Winter 2017: Global health: taking our place without taking over

Stephen on the history of global health partnerships in the NE - way back when he were a lad!

Rhona on her work with the Face Charity in the Philippines

 

Marcus Wootton from RCPCH International on the importance of strengthening healthcare systems

Secretary Lucy on our plans for future meetings