This report illustrates the diverse and exciting range of international projects that UK faculties providing nursing, midwifery and allied health education are engaged with. Sixteen of the Council’s members have contributed to this publication to illustrate the diverse landscape of international collaborations and projects our members are engaged with, showcasing the institutional and global benefits of being internationally active. From capacity building in Eritrea to undergraduate provision of allied health profession subjects in Malaysia, our members are making significant contributions to the improvement of healthcare systems and care around the world.
The UK’s engagement and expertise in research and evidence-based practice is an asset that comes through in examples where members have helped to establish midwifery research in Sub-Saharan African countries and a research centre to investigate the high prevalence of injuries in Nepal. The 24 examples in this report provide a broad insight into faculties’ international achievements and the impact they are having both in the UK and in partnering countries.
Read our report: UK health faculties’ global engagement.