Monthly Archives: October 2014

Nick Black and Ben Goldacre included in top 100 clinical leaders for second year running

Health Service Journal (HSJ) has included two experts from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine in a list of 100 individuals making the greatest impact on health policy, service transformation, and innovation. Nick Black, Professor of Health Services … Continue reading

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New Exhibition at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, ‘HIV/AIDS: Controlling and eradicating a modern epidemic’

It gives me great pleasure to announce that the new exhibition on the subject of HIV/AIDS has now been installed in the Keppel Street Foyer at the School. The exhibition, ‘HIV/AIDS: Controlling and eradicating a modern epidemic’ explores the history of … Continue reading

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CONGRATS to ICEH’s Dr. Andrew Bastawrous who has won the Mazda Rebels with a Cause Grant

And The Winner Is… Dr. Andrew Bastawrous The Mazda Rebels with a Cause grant goes to the Eye Bake Program, led by Ted Fellow Andrew Bastawrous. “The community has spoken and the verdict is out – the project to win … Continue reading

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Vikram Patel awarded Institute of Medicine’s 2014 Sarnat Prize for Global Mental Health

Vikram Patel, Professor of International Mental Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the Public Health Foundation of India, has been awarded the 2014 Rhoda and Bernard Sarnat International Prize in Mental Health by the Institute of Medicine.

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School staff take 337 million steps to success in 2014 Global Corporate Challenge

Staff at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine have once again stepped up to the Global Corporate Challenge, collectively clocking up 337,620,126 steps in 100 days this summer – more than enough to walk, swim and cycle several … Continue reading

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Highlights of global programme ‘What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls’ in commemoration of International Day of the Girl Child

Emma Fulu works for the Medical Research Council in South Africa. She is working to deliver a new DFID global programme in partnership with SaME Group’s Lori Heise and Charlotte Watts and Social Development Direct called ‘What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women … Continue reading

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Missed our Foundation Skills training? Now available online!

We have now finished all our Foundation training sessions on finding and accessing the Library literature.  We had record attendance by our London-based students, and feedback for the sessions has been generally positive and constructive.  Many thanks to everyone who … Continue reading

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