The NIHR Research Unit on Health in Situations of Fragility (RUHF) at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh seeks to identify sources of resilience within formal health systems and local community processes.

This is done in order to facilitate effective provision for health priorities - particularly mental health and non-communicable disease (NCDs) - in situations of fragility.

Programme Management Group

The unit is directed by a Programme Management Group (PMG) comprising:

Strategy Advisory Group

We are advised by a Strategy Advisory Group (SAG), comprising senior academics, policymakers, providers and service users.

This has represention from global technical networks including:

 

NIHR Research Unit on Health in Fragility (RUHF)

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RUHF assess access and provision of healthcare for NCDs in El Salvador

The NIHR Research Unit on Health in Fragility (RUHF)  was invited by the Ministry of Health in El Sa read more

01 February 2019

RUHF assess access and provision of healthcare for NCDs in El Salvador

The NIHR Research Unit on Health in Fragility (RUHF)  was invited by the Ministry of Health in El Sa read more

01 February 2019

IGHD researchers and speakers discuss fragility and resilience

“Navigating fragility: lessons from health system research and practice”  Conference brought togethe read more

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