Monthly Archives: April 2015

Report Available: Situation Analysis and Evaluation of Existing Programmes for Screening and Treatment for DR

The Emerging Epidemic of Diabetic Retinopathy in India Report of a Situation Analysis and Evaluation of Existing Programmes for Screening and Treatment for Diabetic Retinopathy Executive Summary Non communicable diseases (NCDs) i.e. cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes are recognized as … Continue reading

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New Publications from ICEH

ICEH has updated its publications page to reflect all the new work from staff, alumni and partners. Congratulations and enjoy!   http://iceh.lshtm.ac.uk/publications/

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LSHTM in the time of Ebola: reflections from the Ebola Student Response

MSc Public Health in Developing Countries student Rachel Thompson explains how the Ebola Student Response, set up by students at the School, has supported the work of the School and the World Health Organization during the Ebola outbreak in West … Continue reading

#studyGMH: Forging Global Networks of People Concerned with Global Mental Health

Dr Alex Cohen, Course Director for the MSc Global Mental Health, introduces his course and students, and talks about how he hopes this programme will forge global networks of people concerned with global mental health. Until the past decade, concerns … Continue reading

So, What is There to do on a Weekend in London?

MSc Medical Parasitology student Brittany is blogging about her experiences in London: Weekends in London, there is always something to do. Always. Coming up on the home stretch of the School year, it’s normal for students to get super stressed, … Continue reading

Wellcome Trust Research Bursaries for archive researchers

The Wellcome Trust recently announced a new scheme for small and medium-scale research projects based on archive collections that have received previous Research Resources funding. This is great news for the LSHTM archives as we have previously received four of … Continue reading