Executive Programme successfully concludes in Cape Town
The inaugural Executive Programme for Global Health Leadership has concluded in Cape Town with Fellows enjoying a rich diversity of speakers and workshops to round off what has been an incredibly successful first year for the Programme.
The week was hosted by our…
Fellows on the inaugural Executive Programme for Global Health Leadership recently participated in the second of three residential week at our partner institution, The Graduate Institute Geneva.
The theme of the week was negotiation and the global health diplomacy skills needed for operating on a complex global stage. The setting…
We are delighted to introduce our new photo competition for staff & students and invite all budding photographers to share photos of your experiences studying and working at the School, both in London and around the world.
There are two categories with prizes available to both staff and students, and…
By Sarah Venis from MSF, on behalf of the Scientific Day organisers in London.
On Friday 19 and Saturday 20 May, the 14th MSF Scientific Days programme will kick off in London at the Royal Society of Medicine. These events are followed by a day in New Delhi, India on…
By Adrian Paul Rabe, 2015/16 SRC President
The Student Representative Council welcomes you to the School! The SRC is a group of five foolhardy, crazy people who have been chosen by the student body to represent their interests in the complex academic world of the School.
By Charlotte Seeley-Musgrave (MSc Public Health) and Isha Berry (MSc Epidemiology).
EmpowerHack is a diverse community that aims to build sustainable humanitarian technologies for women and girls in crisis.
Read about how it all started in the first post: EmpowerHack: an inclusive humanitarian crises tech with a focus on…
A few days from graduating, MSc Medical Parasitology alumnus Tom Pennance looks back on his time at the School and how it has led to his current role at the Natural History Museum:
The graduation ceremony for the School’s graduates of 2014 is fast approaching, which has provided me…
MSc Control of Infectious Diseases student Lauren de la Parte reflects on a busy first term at the School:
After a whirlwind few weeks of arriving in London, searching for and finding a flat, and getting utilities and other necessities in order for the year, it was finally time for…
To the continuing students, I hope you are enjoying the holiday! That is…..if you have already handed in the Assessed Assignments.
Well, well, well, I just have these few words “Enjoy the holiday while it lasts!”
I will never forget those days when I was a distance…
During my in-house study experience at LSHTM -in the last days of March 2014- a film showing programme was organized in the Manson Lecture Theatre. “VISUAL MINUTES” were taken on a big screen.
The title of the lecture was “Communicating Health, Communicating Disease” and it was based on four…