Danni Kirwan

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Name: Danni Kirwan
Date registered: September 22, 2012
URL: http://almamata.org.uk/

Latest posts

  1. Seminar “Crisis in the NHS: What is the way forward?” — April 6, 2017
  2. Seminar: “The Changing Face of the Sex Trade” — November 13, 2016
  3. Gain or Drain: Migration and the NHS — October 28, 2015
  4. Newcastle seminar “Volunteering: Barriers and Benefits” — February 16, 2015
  5. Missed out on the Global Health Advocacy seminars? — January 26, 2015

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Apr 06 2017

Seminar “Crisis in the NHS: What is the way forward?”

This seminar asks, “Is the NHS in crisis?”  How is the NHS coping with increased demand and pressures to deliver excellence, in a context of increasingly limited resources and ongoing structural change?  Is our current model of healthcare sustainable in the current political climate?  What are the alternatives? This seminar will benefit from a panel …

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Nov 13 2016

Seminar: “The Changing Face of the Sex Trade”

Date: Thursday 8th December 2016 Time: Registration from 6:00 p.m. Seminar 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. There has been a growing demand to decriminalise the sex industry on public health and other grounds. Held in conjuction with the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, this seminar will bring speakers from different perspectives to explore the …

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Oct 28 2015

Gain or Drain: Migration and the NHS

Global Health Advocacy

Global Health Advocacy Seminar In conjunction with The Royal College of Physicians Venue:  Council Chamber, Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrew’s Place, London NW1 4LE Date: Tuesday 3rd November, 18:30-20:00 with a drinks reception afterwards This seminar will discuss the interaction between migration and the NHS, in terms of both usage and the delivery of …

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Feb 16 2015

Newcastle seminar “Volunteering: Barriers and Benefits”

Global Health Advocacy seminar, with the Royal College of Physicians Date:  Monday 16th March, 18:30 – 20:00 with a drinks reception afterwards Venue:  Education Centre, Freeman Hospital, High Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE7 7DN Taking our usual format of an interactive discussion, the panel will comprise speakers with backgrounds ranging from medical education and workforce …

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Jan 26 2015

Missed out on the Global Health Advocacy seminars?

You can access videos of two of our recent seminars here: “Contagion of Fear:  Ebola and future global health security responses”  27th November 2014 “Apps, maps, and cyberchats:  how technology can be harnessed for global health”  19th June 2014 We are grateful to the Royal College of Physicians for providing this footage.

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Sep 25 2014

Medsin National Conference 2014 – Changing cities – 15-16th November

changing cities

Cities – the bustling centres of economic and industrial growth, but also the harbingers of major social, health and economic inequality. When striving for a fair and sustainable society, how we develop our cities now will determine the future for us all.Medsin Newcastle’s vision for the 2014 National Conference is to bring together students of …

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Jul 31 2014

New: Wessex Global Health Network

wessex

The Wessex Global Health Network was set up earlier this year, aiming to foster interest in, understanding of and involvement in global health in the Wessex region.  Their website is well resourced with up-to-date information on global health topics, opportunities and guidance for working overseas, and potential funding sources, as well as listing events in the area.  It’s free …

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Jun 28 2014

New MSc in Global Health with Surgery starting at King’s College London this September

Pioneering MSc in global health bringing together students from a range of disciplines to understand and address major health challenges. It equips those working in the health sector with the knowledge and skills to critically reflect on health and health care in low and middle income settings and apply this knowledge with supported practical experience …

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Jun 18 2014

“Genetics, Genomics and Global Health – Inequalities, Identities and Insecurities” – One day Conference at University of Sussex, 18th July 2014

genetics, genomics, global health

Scientific advances in our understanding of genetics and genomics may generate major improvements for human health in the coming decades. From a global health perspective, however, the translation of genomics into new medical treatments also raises profound international and local issues around inequality, identity and insecurity. This interdisciplinary conference brings together experts from the fields …

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May 27 2014

Global Health Advocacy seminar: “Apps, maps and cyber chats: how technology can be harnessed for global health”

“Apps, maps and cyber chats: how technology can be harnessed for global health” Venue:  Royal College of Physicians, Regents Park, London, NW1 4LE Date:  June 19th 2014, 6:30pm – 8pm followed by a drinks reception This is the second in this year’s Global Health Advocacy seminar series held by the RCP and the Alma Mata Global …

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