Monthly Archives: July 2017

Available Now: Download “Apprendre a connaitre la Paralysie Cerebrale” in French

Download “Apprendre a connaitre la Paralysie Cerebrale” in French Download high quality versions of each module: Apprendre a connaitre la paralysie cerenrale (759Kb) Module 0: Avant de Commencer (938Kb) Module 1: Introduction (740Kb) Module 2: Evalyer votre enfant (1.13Mb) Module … Continue reading

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Workshop on sensitivity in scientific and medical collections, 17 July 2017

The LSHTM Library & Archives service recently hosted a joint workshop with the Health Archives and Records Group (HARG) on ‘handling sensitivity issues in scientific and medical collections’. The workshop was developed partially stemming from the sensitivity issues surrounding cataloguing … Continue reading

GVHC Leadership change announcement

The Gender Violence and Health Centre (GVHC) would like to thank Dr. Lori Heise for her dedicated and creative leadership in the past years. Dr. Heise has continually offered inspirational guidance to GVHC members, colleagues and students at LSHTM and partners … Continue reading

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Injecting a business perspective into routine immunization programs

by Christian Suharlim (Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health) Cross-posted at immunizationeconomics.org. Imagine you own a parking garage business. Half of your costs are associated with owning, building, and maintaining the property – a third for labor costs associated with … Continue reading

Ending AIDS by 2030 means removing bottlenecks to care and treatment – supplement and blog post now online

Contextual, social and health system factors influence how people with HIV engage with care and treatment in sub-Saharan Africa – but how?  The ‘Bottlenecks’ study published in the journal Sexually Transmitted Infections has provided crucial insight. Funded by the Bill & Melinda … Continue reading

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STI Bottlenecks supplement and blog post now online

Please find below the link to the special issue of Sexually Transmitted Infections with the papers from the HIV Bottlenecks Study.   Online supplement http://sti.bmj.com/content/93/Suppl_3. The blog post is available at http://blogs.bmj.com/sti/?p=1310.   Twitter:    

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Collaborative and Co-funded studentship competition now open for applications

This competition invites academics, in collaboration with non-academic partners, to submit proposals for studentship projects to begin October 2018. Collaboration partners must be non-academic organisations with an operating base in the UK – they can be private, public or voluntary … Continue reading

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Peek demo for Prince Harry

During a visit to the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, he met Peek co-founder and CEO Andrew Bastawrous, who is also Assistant Professor in International Eye Health at the School, along with other members of the Peek team … Continue reading

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