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Oxford-India Health Research Network (OIHRN) is an informal network of established and upcoming researchers and students at University of Oxford, engaged in or are aiming to establish research collaborations with health research organisations in India.

Injury and falls are leading causes of death globally and are responsible for a substantial burden of disability in the community. These courses are for those who wish to gain an understanding of injury prevention, and have their injury prevention/control decision making to be based on the best available evidence.

India-UK seminars are one hour monthly seminars at The George Institute for Global Health, held over video-conferencing, bringing together our UK and India staff to present and deliberate on a scientific topic.

Beijing Health Research Lecture Series is a joint initiative organized by The George Institute for Global Health, Peking University Health Science Centre (PUHSC) and Sydney Medical School in The University of Sydney.

The John Yu Oration and Medal Ceremony is an annual event established to celebrate Dr John Yu’s lifelong devotion to promoting cultural, educational and scientific relationships between Australia and Asia.

Each year, The George Institute for Global Health hosts a World Health Day event to highlight a priority area of public health concern in the world and bring together leading healthcare leaders and thinkers.
 

The George Institute for Global Health, China hosts an annual forum on the prevention and management of chronic disease. The Chronic Disease Forum aims to promote further development of chronic disease prevention and control in China, and to facilitate exchange of relevant national and international expertise. Past forums have been hosted in Beijing, Shanxi province, and Shaanxi province, and are guided by a theme which is determined each year.

The Health Policy Roundtable is an annual event co-hosted by The Bureau of Disease Control and Prevention, China’s Ministry of Health, and The George Institute for Global Health, China.