Building and Growing Partnerships around Kawasaki Disease
By working in partnership, we can achieve the stated aims of Societi and those shared aims of our partners and stakeholders. In partnership we can have greater impact, work with increased pace and reach and create the urgently needed step change for Kawasaki Disease – in awareness, timely diagnosis and treatment.
We want to grow our Societi partnership to tackle Kawasaki Disease
….What can you bring?
We have developed our strategy as the starting point from which to engage with our partners and discuss mutual opportunities to address the challenges we collectively face.
Our partners, stakeholders and organisations we are in dialogue with include:
As a very young organisation we are actively looking for partners who can help us achieve our ambitious strategy…What can you bring?
Only by working and acting together can we overcome the immediate threat that Kawasaki Disease presents.
Working together with Partners and Stakeholders
At Societi we want to work in partnership with other organisations, charities, the media, Government Departments, the NHS and research Universities to build a strong network of understanding and knowledge around Kawasaki Disease.
We recognise that only by working together can we transform the levels of understanding and knowledge about Kawasaki Disease, and through increased knowledge ensure timely, correct diagnosis and treatment for children across the UK.
Through strong partnerships, we can lever investment, enable research, raise awareness and develop then implement new care standards. The resultant shift in medical practice will improve the prospects of children affected by Kawasaki Disease, pursuing a prompt, full recovery rather than a potential lifetime of medical care.
Work with us! If you’d like to become a partner, working together with us to tackle Kawasaki Disease, please contact us via the button below
Whilst Kawasaki Disease presents a current and growing risk of scale to the UK’s heart health, early intervention preventative measures are possible and can be put in place cost effectively.