In 2021, the Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET) published a report entitled ‘Experts in our midst,’ which recognised the opportunity for NHS staff from diaspora communities to contribute to health-systems in their country of heritage and to the UK on their return. Building on the report recommendations, HEE’s Directorate of Global Health Partnerships surveyed national diaspora groups and institutions and has designed a bespoke Fellowship for Diaspora staff in the NHS. The pilot will take place in Uganda in 2023/2024.
The NHS Diaspora Fellowship are looking to recruit two Fellows from the Uganda Diaspora community who currently work in the NHS across England, from clinical or non-clinical backgrounds at AfC Band 6 or above. Fellows will live in Uganda and work with the Ugandan Ministry of Health and partners on a health system strengthening project, focused on mental health and peri-natal patient pathways, while developing personal leadership skills and behaviours for use on return to the NHS.
How to Apply
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For more information on NHS Diaspora Fellowships, please review the FAQs for NHS Global Fellowships – https://global-learning-opportunities.hee.nhs.uk/volunteering-opportunities/
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