New partnership to improve healthcare outcomes in India and UK

24 April 2024 | News

Joint activities to create the Hinduja-King’s Health Partners Academy

King’s College London, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, the Hinduja Foundation UK and P.D. Hinduja Hospital & Medical Research Centre (owned and managed by the National Health & Education Society) have announced a new strategic partnership to advance training, education and research capacity building focused on healthcare outcomes.

King’s College London, Guy’s and St Thomas’, and the National Health & Education Society have signed a memorandum of agreement which will deliver King’s and Guy’s and St Thomas’ training in clinical and non-clinical short courses, research capacity building and executive education to health professionals in India and the UK to mutually share the best clinical practices.

Separately, a significant philanthropic gift from the Hinduja Foundation UK will enable health engineering research and clinical innovation through PhD and Masters scholarships for students from India in biomedical engineering and imaging sciences. 

Together, these joint activities will create the Hinduja-King’s Health Partners Academy.

With King’s leading research, teaching and focus on biomedical technologies, health data (including AI) and advanced therapies, it is hoped that as well as supporting healthcare provision in India, the partnership will help drive forward the development of new technologies to address global healthcare challenges in these areas.


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