A selection of news from RESPIRE in 2019, including the announcement of new Fellowships and projects
Upskilling general practitioners in Vellore, India
An educational event for general practitioners was successfully held in December as part of a RESPIRE project being led by the Rural Unit for Health and Social Affairs (RUHSA), Christian Medical College (CMC) Vellore.
Marking World Pneumonia Day 2019
World Pneumonia Day 2019, held on 12 November, has been marked by RESPIRE members across the globe.
First Summer School success
The 1st Summer School for Global Health Economics and Priority Setting was held in Edinburgh on Sept 23-27, 2019.
Fostering a spirit of collaboration: insights from the inner workings of an international research consortium
In this blog, Lois King – a new RESPIRE PhD student – shares her experiences and reflections on attending the recent RESPIRE Annual Scientific Meeting in Malaysia with international research partners.
Dr Senjuti Saha talks advancing health and research equality at Goalkeepers 2019
Congratulations to Dr Senjuti Saha, Child Health Research Foundation (CHRF), who delivered an inspiring speech at Goalkeepers 2019 on advancing health and research equality.
RESPIRE in the spotlight as Annual Scientific Meeting 2019 opens
The RESPIRE Annual Scientific Meeting 2019 opened in Kuala Lumpur today, with an External Showcase for invited VIPs and honoured guests.
Funding to improve respiratory palliative care amongst Rohingya refugees
RESPIRE has been awarded a £50,000 grant from the Global Challenge Research Fund, as part of a new research collaboration to improve respiratory palliative care amongst Rohingya refugees.
Five additional projects funded under RESPIRE collaboration
Five new projects, based at RESPIRE partner organisations in India, Malaysia and Pakistan, have been funded to tackle respiratory diseases in Asia.