C3 joins WHO and Health Education England seminar ‘Working for Health 2030’
WHO and Health Education England have partnered to deliver a leading programme to strengthen health workforce leadership. Countries expected to join the programme this year are; Armenia, Brazil, Eswatini, Georgia, Kenya, Malawi, Moldova, Romania, and Zimbabwe.
The programme aims to improve health outcomes for populations through interventions to strengthen the health workforce.
On March 13th 2023 C3 Founder Christine Hancock spoke at at the programme’s first seminar, alongside other leaders in health from around the world, as part of the Working for Health 2030: Building Health Workforce Leadership (2023 cohort), and explored some of the approaches countries are employing to enable the workforce to deliver primary health care.
Christine will discussed using CHESS® – C3’s innovative community engagement strategy – and working with nurses across all the WHO regions raising global awareness of the need to address oral health issues.
Speakers at the seminar were:
Professor Simon Gregory (Chair), Medical Director, Health Education England
Doctor Yoseph Mamo, Tropical Health & Education Trust’s Country Director in Ethiopia leading their Chronic Disease Programme
Christine Hancock, Founder and Director for C3 Collaborating for Health
Niclas Forsling, Project Manager at the Centre of Rural Medicine
Doctor Niro Siriwardena – Professor of Primary and Prehospital Health Care at the University of Lincoln.
Doctor Katherine Rouleau, Family physician at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto and the Vice-Chair of Global Health and Social Accountability in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto