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Director of OUCRU-Nepal Buddha Basnyat recently recorded a podcast at…
Director of OUCRU-Nepal Buddha Basnyat recently recorded a podcast at the Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health in Oxford. Watch to hear Dr Basnyat discussing altitude illness, and why…
OUCRU has established a formal training programme for Vietnamese and expatriate clinicians and scientists in partnership with HTD HCMC and NHTD Hanoi, the Health Services of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi and national universities. The OUCRU Training Programme is committed to training and equipping OUCRU scientists, clinicians and support staff, and collaborators, for the improvement of medical scientific capacity in the countries we work in.
In order to achieve this we offer a range of opportunities including, a range of research and skills training courses for postdoctoral scientists and research clinicians, medical elective placements, Vietnamese undergraduate BSc and MSc projects. OUCRU also offers internationally registered PhD fellowships. To date over 40 Vietnamese scientists and clinicians have been awarded UK PhDs and DPhils, and another 30 are registered through OUCRU. For more information contact: email@example.com.
Oxford University Clinical Research Unit is at the leading edge of applied clinical research. Along with the development of sciences and technologies in the region, there is an urgent need for a better understanding and communication of science and health issues in the social, cultural and historical context of our research communities in Vietnam, Nepal and regionally. In this light, the OUCRU Public Engagement team works to strength research partnerships by bringing communities and scientists together.
Our aims are twofold: firstly to involve the local communities in our research to generate dialogue between researchers and the public, and to improve our understanding of their motivations and perceptions. Secondly to develop initiatives which will bring science to the forefront of people minds in an engaging and entertaining way, such as through science theatre productions, lively debate and informed media writing.
Sharing knowledge will help to develop an understanding of the value and need for scientific research, encouraging young people to pursue careers in science and enabling people to observe the world in a different light. The engagement activities are supported by Wellcome Trust International Engagement Awards, but we have also received generous corporate funding from companies based in HCMC. We partner with the local government Department of Health Education and Communication (T4G) for each project, and receive support from The Hospital for Tropical Diseases, HCMC.
An MOU was drawn up to fund the Research Unit which was renamed Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Unit Viet Nam.
Dr Jeremy Farrar moved to Viet Nam to lead the Wellcome-Oxford side of the collaboration.
OUCRU established a unit in Hanoi with Dr Peter Horby as the Director in 2006. Research programmes were developed with the National Institute of Infectious and Tropical Diseases, the National Hospital for Paediatrics and the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology.