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What is Partnership in Global Health?

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Duration: 0:19:14 | Added: 12 Jan 2024
A discussion of how interdependence and collaboration in global health evolves into partnerships and whether these partnerships are equitable with all participants sharing the benefits.

How are different values interpreted and respected within partnerships and what are the elements of trustworthiness that are required to build equitable partnerships?

Professor Proochista Ariana is the Course Director for the MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine, IHTM at the University of Oxford. Proochista holds a Master’s in International Health from Harvard University and a Doctorate in International Development from University of Oxford, as well as a Post Graduate Diploma in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, also from Oxford. Her research empirically examines the relationship between processes of development and health in resource limited and transition contexts, appreciating the multidimensionality of both.

Professor Caesar Atuire is a philosopher and health ethicist from Ghana. He is the Ethics Lead for the MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine, IHTM at the University of Oxford. Caesar is also an Associate Professor of Applied Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and Classics at the University of Ghana and an affiliate Instructor at the University of Washington’s Department of Bioethics and Humanities. Caesar’s interests and research in bioethics are conceptual and empirical. He is currently leading a team of highly qualified colleagues from across the globe on a Wellcome Discovery Award to explore conceptualizations of solidarity and to design a solidarity index for ranking global health funders.

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