Kaye Wellings speaks to BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme (from 1h 34m) about the findings from the third National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal), co-led by the School and published in a special Lancet series, which reveal how … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: November 2013
It’s been a bumper year for media coverage at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. These are the top 10 highlights from 2013.
It’s been a bumper year for media coverage at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. These are the top 10 highlights from 2013. March: John Snow bicentenary The School celebrated the bicentenary of the birth of medical detective … Continue reading
By Kate Tulenko With the global migration of health workers increasing and population growth outstripping the training of new health workers in more and more countries, there is increasing emphasis on finding effective ways to retain health workers in country. … Continue reading
JOB OPPORTUNITY [published 27th November 2013] Research Fellow (2 posts); Departments of Health Services Research & Policy/ Social & Environmental Health Research We are seeking to appoint two Research Fellows to join the NIHR School for Public Health Research team at LSHTM … Continue reading
Splendid talks and posters from Adam, Anton, Esther, Gwen, Ioannis, Jasmina, Kate, Marc, Olivier, Sebastian, and Stefan. The pancakes were pretty good too.
We are pleased to invite you to a symposium where we will be presenting the initial key results of the third National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal 3) which are due to be published in the Lancet on … Continue reading
The results of Natsal-3 have been published today in The Lancet
By Adam Koon Successful health finance reforms in several upper and lower middle-income countries have helped drive universal health coverage (UHC) to the top of the global health agenda. Unfortunately, low-income countries have few examples to guide them towards UHC. … Continue reading
Peter Piot speaks to the Independent as part of a special series on Aids in Africa: “I am very concerned there is complacency. As one commentator said [in response to talk of the end of Aids], what have they been … Continue reading