Postgraduate taught 

Global Health MSc/MRes

What our students say

What our students say

Phallon Mwaba, Zambia (2015-16)

Phallon Mwaba'Following my completion of a Masters at the University of Glasgow, I returned to the Civil Service in Zambia serving as District Health Director at a District Health Office. This involved overseeing the district planning, delivery and monitoring of primary health care services. I currently am serving as medical superintendent at a level 2 hospital (General Hospital) in the Southern Province of Zambia. I am also serving as one of the directors on the Board of Directors for a Virtual Doctors Project. The aim is to develop a system providing clinical officers in rural health centres with an easier way of consulting Medical doctors on cases that may be beyond their level of competencies. Further, I am pursuing a PhD in Social and Public Health.'

Galal Naphtal King’ori, Tanzania (2015-16)

Galal Naphtal King'Ori'Upon completing my Masters studies in Global Health, I returned to Tanzania where I was employed as a Clinical Cascades Advisor by a project involved in providing technical assistance to local NGOs and regional health management teams in realizing the HIV 90-90-90 cascade by the year 2020. Undertaking the MSc Global Health course with modules such as, 'Development and evaluation of complex intervention' prepared me well for this role. The role not only involves understanding system/structures in place that influence HIV care service delivery, but also the human and social aspect that influences the HIV cascade, i.e. testing, enrollment to care and treatment services and adherence to drugs.'

Clinical Cascade Advisor- University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Global Initiative Tanzania