JOB PROFILE – OPHTHAL SURGEON – NIGERIA ORGANISATION PROFILE Tulsi Chanrai Foundation (TCF) The Chanrai family is one of the most successful and respected business houses in Nigeria for more than 100 years. They have businesses in the areas of … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: December 2014
Ebola media coverage: Honorary lecturer at the School, Geraldine O’Hara, speaks to The Guardian about her experience working with Médecins Sans Frontières on the Ebola response in Sierra Leone: “One of the first people I looked after was a young … Continue reading
The School has hosted 27 work experience students through the Young Scientists Programme since January 2014. The majority of students came from local state schools and colleges in Camden, Westminster and Islington, and their teachers are unanimous in their praise … Continue reading
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the Kenya-based INFORM team have been awarded a grant of £4.2 million from the UK Department for International Development (DFID) to strengthen the use of data in malaria policy-making.
New Delphi Process launched to develop a Legal Framework on the Economic Gains of Inclusion/Costs of Exclusion of People with Disabilities
New Delphi Process launched to develop a Legal Framework on the Economic Gains of Inclusion/Costs of Exclusion of People with Disabilities Earlier in 2014 we launched our CBM-funded report on the economic gains of inclusion/ costs of exclusion of people with disabilities. … Continue reading
By Svea Closser, Middlebury College In the last two years, more than 60 people have been murdered delivering polio vaccine door-to-door to children in Pakistan. These workers are part of a global effort to eradicate polio; they’re working to create … Continue reading
Nick Black, Professor of Health Services Research, has been named as one of the ‘top 100 people with the greatest influence on health policy and the NHS’ by HSJ. The annual list highlights who will wield the most influence in … Continue reading
CANCELLED. 19th March. Nick Savill (Edinburgh), Jerry Morris B (Tavistock Place), 1-2pm. Bayesian models of within-host dynamics of malaria parasites.
At the Trust Women Conference on 19 November 2014, Cathy Zimmerman shared women’s stories of trafficking and outlined the psychological challenges faced by slavery survivors.
Karl Blanchet talks about how the health systems of Liberia and SIerra Leone are coping with the Ebola outbreak. Olivier Le Polain talks about his experience as a volunteer for Save the Children in Liberia, where he helped with the … Continue reading