British Asian women doctors turn to their roots to help cure the world

Returning to their roots will provide the bi-directional knowledge and assist the British Asian women doctors cure the world of ailments typical to the Asian communities globallyReturning to their roots will provide the bi-directional knowledge and assist the British Asian women doctors cure the world of ailments typical to the Asian communities globally.

Three top-notch British Asian women doctors-researchers-practitioners from University College London UCL have collaborated with Indian organisations to provide knowledge based solutions to tackle the global state of affairs on Health, Education Engineering, and Environment (HEEE).

The three musketeers Prof. Monica Lakhanpaul, Head Institute of Child Health, Dr. Priti Parikh, Faculty of Engineering, and Prof. Marie Lall of the Institute of Education are the three foot soldiers of the HEEE project. They will provide a platform to link their expertise across the different UCL faculties with local Indian voices to develop solutions  that will  address the health problems faced by the Asian communities across the world.

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