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- This is taken from the Centre of Gender Equity and Health blog
Holly Shakya and Beniamino Cislaghi
Everywhere in the world, life is more difficult for women …more
- Every month the Placing the Public in Public Health research team meet to discuss a piece of reading and how it relates to our project themes. We’ve …more
- You find a citation for an article in a little-known journal that is just right for your dissertation. Unfortunately, the library doesn’t subscribe and you …more
- ICED Seminar Series 2017
‘Social Protection and Disability’
This event was held on Tuesday 20 June 2017 and included talks by leading experts and an opportunity for discussion.
Social Protection …more
- Heidi Larson provides comment to CNN on the vaccination challenges in Europe: “I think the main point is that while there is overall good vaccine …more
- By Thidar Pyone, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Governance has previously been measured by assessing the performance of health indicators at the national level and has …more
- The R package InformativeCensoring, available on CRAN, can be used to perform multiple imputation for a time to event outcome when it is believed censoring …more
- Missing covariate data commonly occur in epidemiological and clinical research, and are often dealt with using multiple imputation (MI). The imputation of partially observed covariates …more
- Dear all,
This month ICED is hosting or taking part in three seminars at LSHTM, and we hope to see you there.
Today! Islay Mactaggart …more
- How are global health inequities related to Schrödinger’s cat?
In Schrödinger’s thought experiment, a cat, locked up in a black box, is simultaneously alive and …more