Monthly Archives: June 2015

Because there is no such thing as too many tote bags…

The rather divine LSHTM Library and Archives Services tote canvas bags are still available from the library enquiry desk for only £3.50! If you’re curious about the design it was created by the British Mosquito Control Institute in 1927. The … Continue reading

Sir Ronald Ross and the Hospitals for Indian Troops in England

In December 1914, Sir Ronald Ross, discoverer of the mosquito transmission of malaria, was appointed as the Consulting Physician in Tropical Diseases to the Hospitals for Indian Troops in England at a salary of £500 a year. This involved regularly … Continue reading

NEWS: SPHR@L presents at LSHTM Public Health & Policy Faculty seminar!

On 9th June 2015, the NIHR School for Public Health Research @ LSHTM (SPHR@L) was featured as ‘Research Group of the month’ within the Public Health & Policy (PHP) Faculty seminar series and presented some its current research, as well … Continue reading

20-26 June 2015

Peter Piot co-authors the key UNAIDS and Lancet Commission report: “Defeating AIDS – Advancing Global Health”, which warns that world efforts to fight HIV/AIDS must drastically increase to prevent a resurging epidemic. This has generated more than 100 items of global media … Continue reading

#EyeCareForAll! IAPB Photo Competition with Exciting Prizes for the Winners

IAPB has launched a photography competition for professional and amateur photographers! ABOUT 1. CLICK – IAPB invites amateur and professional photographers to photo-document the impact of eye health in people’s lives. 2. SHARE – Upload pictures with the theme, eye … Continue reading

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“Can Disabled People Fly High?” Audio recording and text transcription now available

“Can Disabled People Fly High?” Audio recording and text transcription now available Dr. Tom Shakespeare, University of East Anglia Click here to watch audio-recording of the event Click here to download a text transcription of the event [Word Doc File]   … Continue reading

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