Monthly Archives: January 2014

Professor Sandy Cairncross is awared the Edwin Chadwick Medal for 2014

Professor Sandy Cairncross who leads the Environmental Health Group and is Research Director of the SHARE Consortium has been awarded the Edwin Chadwick Medal for 2014. The Edwin Chadwick Medal, which commemorates one of the pioneers of environmental health in … Continue reading

SHARE Funded work featured in a Huffington Post article

WaterAid is one of the SHARE consortium’s major partners. This week, in an article in the Huffington Post, the NGO’s Chief Exectuive, Barbara Frost, shared her thoughts on how aid programming can be made more inclusive of  disabled people. The article describe … Continue reading

Updates on SHARE-funded in Malawi via Rochelle’s new Blog

Dr Rochelle Holm PhD PMP works at the Centre of Excellence in Water and Sanitation in Mzuzu University, Malawi. She is the Principal Investigator for an exciting new SHARE-funded research project into Private Sector Participation in the Delivery of Sanitation … Continue reading

NEWS: Public Health Research Programme bulletin now out – Winter 2013/14 edition

Having trouble viewing this? Please view the online version  Welcome to the PHR bulletin – Winter 2013/14 edition In this edition: Funding opportunities Useful resources Large scale evaluation studies Vacancies with the PHR Programme Tackling alcohol misuse Projects recently started Projects … Continue reading

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Peter Piot receives Mahidol Award and signs agreement with National Health Security Office of Thailand

Peter Piot, Director of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, this week received the Prince Mahidol Award 2013 in the field of Public Health, from Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, and signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the National Health Security Office of … Continue reading

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School-based malaria screening and treatment not effective in improving health or educational achievement

A school-based malaria screening and treatment program in rural coastal Kenya had no benefits on the health and education of school children, according to a study in PLOS Medicine. The study, led by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical … Continue reading

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