Together we can accelerate progress
We work with governments, policy makers and think tanks, academic institutions, hospitals and clinics.
Global health security has been identified as one of the most critical issues facing the world today. Recent epidemics such as Ebola, SARS and H1N1 have highlighted the need for a multi-sectoral, coordinated effort.
To accelerate the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), we need collective action to create, share and implement knowledge and insights.
From publishing cutting edge research to helping some of the world’s most vulnerable people, we partner with diverse international organisations to deliver results. Our unrivalled reach, privileged relationships and communications expertise help disseminate research and best practices. We provide information, clinical support tools and educational resources to more than 8,000 institutions, and our websites receive over 6.2m visitors each month.
Mitali Wroczynski works closely with ministries of health, agriculture, and defence to influence policy decision-making, and develop new global health partnerships.
She pioneered BMJ’s clinical decision support training initiative that supports healthcare professionals working in low and middle-income countries to improve the detection, diagnosis, and management of infectious diseases and contributes to building health system resilience. Mitali has also played a key role in making risk communication a central issue for managing major infectious disease outbreaks, epidemics or pandemics, as part of the EU-funded programme, TELL ME.
Contact Mitali to find out how together we can address global health and global health securities priorities:
Head of Strategic Partnerships, Global Health & Global Health Security
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7383 6517
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Richard Purdy. Head of International Development
Tel: +44 (0) 207 383 6192