Monthly Archives: February 2014

ANNOUNCEMENT: Evaluation workshop for local government practitoners!

SPHR@L is excited to announce the launch of an ‘Evaluation Workshop’ aimed at local government practitioners e.g. particularly those working in housing, transport, and planning etc to be better equipped to design evaluations. Date & time: Wednesday 2nd April 2014, 9:00 am … Continue reading

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Alumni Profile: Professor John Osborn PhD

Professor John Osborn PhD Professor at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, 1965-1991  Professor of Hygiene and Epidemiological Methods at Sapienza Università di Roma 1991-2013 Professor John Osborn has retired after 48 years as a lecturer, firstly at … Continue reading

Sustainably graduating – so they don’t come home to live with us

By Robert Steinglass, Immunization Senior Advisor for JSI Have we been kicking the can down Sustainability Street? I have never forgotten his irritated impatience, or my surprise, when a senior WHO Immunization Officer told me 25 years ago, just as … Continue reading

Celebrating the 5th anniversary of my sight-restoring cataract surgery at LSHTM

Five years ago I was barely able to see and today I am learning about public health efforts to prevent blindness and improve eye-health worldwide. To celebrate the fifth anniversary of my sight-restoring cataract surgery, I thought to share a … Continue reading

Kaye Welling’s HIV/AIDS archives catalogue now available

The catalogue of the papers of Kaye Welling is now available on the LSHTM archives catalogue. The papers relate to her work she undertook on HIV/AIDS public education and media coverage during the 1980s-1990s whilst based in the Centre of Sexual … Continue reading

SciELO now available in the Web of Science

Thomson Reuters announced today that SciELO is now available via the Web of Science. SciELO is an open access database, providing links to articles from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain, Portugal and South Africa. These cover a range of health, … Continue reading