All posts tagged global health

GP and Australian Doctors International Volunteer: Dr Ian Hunter

Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene alumnus (2004), Dr Ian Hunter is a semi-retired GP currently doing itinerant rural GP locum work and volunteering at Australian Doctors International (ADI). Ian told us about his experience of studying at the School, and why he chose to volunteer with Australian Doctors…

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Alumni Report: Advancing genetic analysis of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder in Africa

Anne Stevenson, Health Policy, Planning, and Financing (HPPF) alumna (2007) and Program Director of the Neuropsychiatric Genetics of African Populations-Psychosis project, talks about the study that she is helping lead at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health & Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard.

Brain disorders…

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Medical Coordination Manager and Nurse at Raleigh International: Katie Beck

Diploma in Tropical Nursing (2016) alumna Katie Beck spoke to us about studying at the School and her current role as Medical Coordination Manager and Nurse at Raleigh International.

“Prior to studying at the School I had quite a lot of experience in tropical nursing. I had worked as an…

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Diploma in Tropical Nursing alumna & Kunming Medical University Professor: Nancy Liu

 Diploma in Tropical Nursing (2011) alumna Nancy Liu describes her time studying at LSHTM and how she is inspiring Chinese nurses at Kunming Medical University.

“I remember the first day of school when everyone went around and told each other a bit about themselves and what they had done in…

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Diploma in Tropical Nursing Alumna & MSF Midwife: Cristina Ceroli

Diploma in Tropical Nursing (2014) alumna Cristina Ceroli is a midwife originally from Italy. After working for almost five years in the NHS, she joined Doctors without Borders (MSF) and is now starting her fourth mission with them, this time in Yemen. Cristina told us about her motivation for joining…

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FE Adeniji, Senior Pharmacist and Author

FE Adeniji graduated from the School in 2015 after studying for an MSc in Global Health and Policy by distance learning. Since graduating FE (Funke) has worked for the NHS as a senior pharmacist, written a book about global health titled ‘The Truth About Health Exposed: How to Strategize &amp…

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Alumni Career Talks

MSc Health Policy Planning & Financing (2007) alumna, Anne Stevenson got in touch with the Alumni Office to give a career talk to current students after seeing the Career Talks article in the Alumni News annual magazine. Anne spoke about changing career paths from being a teacher, to working in…

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Executive Fellows bring valuable leadership insights to LSHTM

The first residential week of the Executive Programme for Global Health Leadership successfully launched back in September 2017 with 14 Fellows joining us at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine from around the world.

This course is the first of its kind at LSHTM and was set up…

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WHO Assistant Director-General for Special Initiatives: Dr Ranieri Guerra

Dr Ranieri Guerra graduated from LSHTM in 1983 after studying an MSc in Community Health in Developing Countries, leading to his career change and full time work in public health. It was recently announced that Dr Guerra would be joining the WHO Leadership Team, under fellow LSHTM alum Dr Tedros…

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Flavia Bustreo, Former WHO Assistant Director-General – Family, Women’s and Children’s Health

Dr Flavia Bustreo was appointed Assistant Director-General for Family, Women’s and Children’s Health on 1 October 2010. At the end of her tenure, Flavia shared with us her memories of studying at the school and how her career has developed since graduating.

Written by Dr Flavia Bustreo…

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