NHS and UK-based healthcare firms to collaborate with Indian cos to drive healthcare transformation in India

first_imgNational Health Service (NHS), UK, the world’s largest integrated health system and UK-based healthcare companies are looking to collaborate with Indian healthcare companies and state governments in transforming healthcare scenario in India.The UK invested around US$ 24.7 billion and generated 800,000 jobs in the country between 2000 and 2016. India-UK trade has increased 14 per cent in 2017.To further strengthen its commitment to India, the UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) held the inaugural India-UK Createch Summit in Mumbai recently which was attended by a delegation comprising representatives from 13 UK-based healthcare companies including Aetna, Ada Health, Advanced, BDP, Global Gene Corp, JRI Orthopaedics, Proximie, OxSight, Vernacare, leading NHS hospital and healthcare trusts – Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, among others. The delegation held a meeting with several Indian healthcare firms and hospitals to discuss innovation in healthcare and collaborations between India and Britain in the healthcare sector.Read it at PharmaBiz Related Itemslast_img read more

CWU Dedicated to Increasing Diversity Among School Teachers9YearOld Girl Donates Over 20000

first_imgFrom a CWU press release: It’s a fact that student demographics across the country are changing. In response, more teachers that reflect increasing cultural diversity are needed. Central Washington University, which has an established record for developing teachers, is now helping come up with ways to diversify the teacher workforce…“Right now I’m working with Mabton School District and Grandview School District and we’re working on developing a grow your own teaching academy and trying to have these communities identify the talent they have for the teaching field. Those interested in the teaching field and then fostering and really cultivating those individuals to be able to navigate and realize those dreams.”That’s Central education professor, Keith Reyes, who is working with other university staff to establish those academies. Research indicates when there is a demographic match between teachers and those they teach, more positive outcomes result for students of color, including in test scores and discipline. In addition, teachers of color serve as role models, can counter student stereotypes, and provide new perspectives from their diverse backgrounds and life experiences.“The Mexican-American middle class in the U.S. is a slowly burgeoning population. It’s growing, so educational attainment for Mexican-Americans has certainly gone up. Not necessarily on par with their Anglo peers, but we’ve seen some development.”Reyes teaches courses in multiculturalism, educational leadership and administration. He also conducts research on kindergarten through college educational policies and practices and the impacts they have on bilingual students and students from diverse cultural backgrounds.last_img read more