These materials were developed to support the Improving Nurse Education and Practice in East Africa Project (INEPEA). This programme was led by the Aga Khan Foundation and involved 5 universities as well as the Ministries of Health and the Nursing Associations of Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Zanzibar. The training materials were used to develop a common approach to competence based training and development for Advanced Nursing Practice and Nurse Leadership at MSc level across East Africa. My thinking in this field was influenced by my wife Charlie who is an expert on leadership and management qualifications and assessment and my friend Professor Laetitia King who worked with me on this project.
You should also look at The London Deanery ELearning Programme for Clinical Teachers, it is a very useful resource.
Text book "Global Health Diplomacy", available here.
Paper in SMQ on Value for Money in Behaviour Change available here.
Led by Portsmouth City Council and funded by the European Integration Fund has issued a series of reports setting out lessons for co production and social integration. Read more here. We ran a dissemination day for representatives of integration projects from 6 EU Countries.
Global Health Diplomacy
I worked with colleagues to develop training material for an open access online course, which provides an introduction to the topic suitable for diplomats in training, health advocates or international officials, academics and others including students of global health. See http://www.diplomacy.edu/courses/health
We ran a course for IFMSA on global health advocacy in 2019 before the WHA see here.
In 2020 I developed further courses on global health advocacy and diplomacy for Students for Global Health, the Cambridge MPhil in Public Health and IFMSA see here.
Evaluating Health Wellbeing and Behaviour Change SROI
I updated the tools and notes to reflect the evidence in 2016. I provide a discovery learning course on health and wellbeing evaluation for LA and CCG commissioning teams and health professionals see here