Conference 2019

Conference 2019

NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Conference - 1st November 2019

Agenda, presentation slides and resources from the 2019 NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Conference.
WelcomeJohn Brown, Chair, NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Programme Board
Jackie Taylor, President of Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
Keynote Speech: International Development “Global Citizenship – Scotland’s International Development Strategy” and Beyond AidMr Macpherson, Minister for Europe, Migration and International Development
Keynote speech: Global Citizenship in NHS ScotlandCatherine Calderwood, Chief Medical Officer for Scotland
Progress in NHS Scotland Global Citizenship
Progress in NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Programme Mike McKirdy, Professional Advisor, Scottish Global Health Co-ordination UnitSlides
NHS Scotland Champions Network Emily Broadis, Chair of NHS Global Citizenship Lead Champions NetworkSlides
Active Global CitizenshipBernie O’Hare, St Andrews UniversitySlides
Ethical and Sustainable Kit and Equipment Donation - Making it HappenJean Ngoie, Chair of Working Group on Surplus Kit and Ted MullenSlides
Primary Care, Medical Practice TwinningSam Riddell, Practice ManagerSlides
Scottish Ambulance Service: Zambia Emergency Medical ServicePaul Gowens, Lead Consultant Paramedic
NHS Grampian: International Health OfficeGary Mortimer, Director of OperationsSlides
The State Hospital: Forensic Psychiatry, Pakistan Khuram Khan, Forensic PsychiatristSlides
POSTERS See the abstracts
Sharing Challenges and Learning from Global Health Partnerships:
NHS Borders, Logie LegacyBrian Magowan and Dr Banda, Medical Superintendent at St Francis, ZambiaSlides
Malawi Dental SchoolJeremy Bagg and Mwapatsa Mipando, PhD, College Principal, College of Medicine, University of MalawiSlides
SNBTS/ZBTSSusan Cottrell and Dr Joseph Mulenga, Director of ZNBTSSlides
SG International Development, Partner Country Focus:1) Malawi (Nicola Cogan)Slides - cover Workshops 1 and 2
2) Zambia (Ian Nicol and Carrie Sweeney)Workshops 1 and 2 Notes
3) Pakistan Focus (Mahmood Adil and Mark Cooney)Slides

Workshop Note
4) Active Global Citizenship and Doing it Well Bernie O’Hare, Emily Broadis and ScotdecWorkshop Note
5) SafeguardingMalawi Cervical Cancer treatment and prevention health partnership and the Alliance Safeguarding Tools (Christine Campbell)Workshop Note
6) Quality Improvement in Health PartnershipsScotland Malawi Mental Health Education Project (Madeline Osborne, David Maxwell and Jenny Ingram)Slides 1 of 2
Slides 2 of 2

Workshop Note
7) Monitoring and Evaluation in Health PartnershipsTHET, Martin Kilpatrick and Alison GiffordWorkshop Note
8) Our Role in International Public Health - Rethinking our Strategic ApproachEileen Scott, Health ScotlandWorkshop Note
9) Managing Emergencies in Low Resource SettingsDavid Wightwick, UK MedWorkshop Note
10) Supporting Surgical ServicesDavid Walker, ENT consultantSlides 1 of 2
Slides 2 of 2

Workhop Note
11) Making it Happen – Surplus Kit DonationJean Ngoie and Peter CookSlides 1 of 2
Slides 2 of 2

Workshop Note
With thanks to the Note takers for each of the Workshops - as provided by Dundee University
Innovation in PartnershipsBen Simms, Tropical Health Education Trust (THET)
Our Carbon FootprintEmily Broadis, Chair of Lead Champions Network
Summary of DayMike McKirdy
Poster Award 2019 - Winner "Health and Wellbeing of Psychologists in Palestine"John Brown