Global Health Policy
Work on Global Health Policy transcends many activities across the whole community at Green Templeton.
In 2022 a Mini-Symposium on Global Child Health considered Serving the children of the world: examining the current research needs in Paediatrics.
- More information about the outcomes for the symposium
- Details of Global Child Health Poster Competition
- Article on ‘Serving the children of the world’, April 2023, for Pediatric Research with authors including Davide Bilardi (DPhil Clinical Medicine, 2018), Francis Ayomoh (DPhil Primary Health Care, 2021) and Research Fellow Dr Charles Roehr, drawing from the symposium.
About Global Health Policy
A Global Health Policy Programme was launched in 2012, led by then-Senior Research Fellow Professor Winnie Yip and Emeritus Fellow Dr Ken Fleming, for advancing knowledge and excellence in implementing policy aspects of global health using an evidence-based approach.
Green Templeton Senior Research Fellow Professor Alan Silman has taken the lead in this area since 2016, following Winnie’s move to the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Currently, Global Health Policy delivers including through two key routes: there is an active student-run Oxford Global Health and Care Systems Society and Global Health Policy seminars are delivered through the Health and Care Studies Seminar Series.
For more information about work on Global Health Policy or to join our mailing list on future activities associated with the Programme, please contact:
Naomi Benson, Academic Projects Manager