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Global Health

Statistics show massive inequalities in mortality and health outcomes between rich and poor nations. This is a result of huge disparities in access to health care and resources.

We conduct excellent research that provides the evidence base for innovative policy solutions and interventions for shaping better health and fairer societies
access to clean water is vital

Explore the Global Health Research Institute (GHRI) website for full details of their work. Global Health research at Southampton combines research expertise from across the University to address key areas including:

 


The hallmarks of the research are:
a) Multidisciplinary approaches -recognising the importance of structural and socioeconomic determinants of health inequalities, including urbanisation, population ageing, and globalisation
b) Strong methodological approaches- using social epidemiology, demographic and statistical modelling, and geospatial analysis of large datasets
c) Impact on policy, practice, attitudes, and behaviour

 Our research partners are global. They include the China Population and Development Research Centre with whom we have a strategic partnership spanning over a decade; the Universities of Ghana, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, Witwatersrand (South Africa), and Zambia; the Population Council India, the African Population and Health Research centre in Kenya, the Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies in South Africa, MRC/Wits Rural Public and Health Transitions Research Unit and the INDEPTH Network, whose secretariat is based in Ghana.

 

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