Reports and Policy Papers

We're very proud of all the hard work of our recruited teams of students.

Take a look at some of our completed projects below - we hope you'll enjoy what we've produced so far!

2019

Polygeia is now 5 years old. Take a look at our projects from this year. 

 

Digital health innovations in the UK: 

Current analysis  and looking forward

Our projects from this year are still being collated, so come back again to see our latest work

To see what topics we were involved in, check out the link below:

Coming soon!

Addressing anaemia in the women of Tanzania:

Improving screening and diagnosis 

2018

An exciting year for Polygeia - we saw a huge expansion in the number of commissioned and internal projects. Alongside current global health leaders, including Tania Holt, Prof Sanjay Kinra, and Prof Shafi Ahmed, our teams presented their work at our annual conference

 

Disease X:

Practical challenges of vaccinating against the unknown

Our projects from this year are still being collated, so come back again to see our latest work

To see what topics we were involved in, check out the link below:

Technology in Healthcare:

Advancing AI in the NHS

Mental Health of Refugees in the UK: 

A guide for appropriate intervention

2016

Our third year bore some bountiful fruit, with multiple externally commissioned works and many other internal projects, all presented at our fantastic annual conference.

 

Waiting to die?:

The future of Organ donation in the UK

UK Global Health Education:

Medicine and Pharmacy Higher Education

Global Health Exchange

Breast Cancer: The cost of Screening a nation

Depression in the elderly:

An environment of social interaction

 

Brexit:

Its Effects on the British Pharmaceutical Industry

 

Full Brexit report here

Our projects from this year are still being collated, so come back again to see our latest work

To see what topics we were involved in, check out the link below:

Going Viral:

The Zika Virus in the Media

Female Genital Mutilation:

Healthcare reporting in England & Wales

2015

Our second year, and our first foray into external projects, with commissioners such as APPG for Africa and Lepra.  All of this was exhibited at our conference in Cambridge

Ebola:

Lessons from Affected Communities

APPG for Africa

Tackling Malnutrition: Increasing the UK's contribution

 

Action Against Hunger

Obstetric Fistulas:

Prevention and 

destigmatisation in Kenya

Forward UK

Disease Stigma:

Tertiary Education Communications

Lepra

eMental Health: Recommendations for young people 

SDGs:

Assessing progress with mobile collection methods

mHealth Innovation:

Integrating Behavioural change theory

OneHealth:

Integration with into Global Health