Back to top
Back to top

Consultants and registrars needed for India project

The Faculty of Public Health's (FPH’s) India Special Interest Group – under the leadership of Sushma Acquilla – has obtained funding support from the Department for International Development for a public health capacity-building project in Odisha, India from 2015-2018.

We are pleased to announce a call for initial statements of interest for consultants and registrars who might be interested in supporting this work. FPH will be able to cover travel and subsistence costs – and in some cases, a small daily fee – for a range of work required to support this project in India, which will focus on core public health and leadership development programmes. There may also be an opportunity to undertake some support roles from within the UK.

To receive further information, please register your interest by emailing after Wednesday 21 October 2015. Further information will follow in due course, and we will keep members abreast of progress on this exciting project which builds on the launch of the FPH Global Strategy at our conference in June 2015.

Written: 21/10/2015 , last modified: 15/03/2016