This report showcases 24 examples of nursing, midwifery and allied health faculties’ international work ranging from cross-national education and training initiatives to international research, capacity and curriculum development, transnational education and international networks of health researchers and educators.
Professor Guy Daly, Executive Lead for Global for the Council of Deans of Health, said:
“We are pleased to display some of the fantastic work that nursing, midwifery and allied health academics and researchers are doing around the world in this publication. Their partnerships and projects contribute to the improvement of healthcare services, help others to develop evidence-based practices, and raise the profile of healthcare professions around the world.
Several examples in this report also show that governments and universities from China to Malaysia reach out to higher education institutions in the UK to work collaboratively on the education and training of healthcare professionals in their countries. This confirms the UK’s reputation for both outstanding research and teaching in higher education and innovative, evidence-based healthcare provision.”