Monthly Archives: October 2017

Free Certificates Available for Global Blindness – Starts TODAY 30 October: Do you want your free Upgrade and electronic Certificate from the British Council?

Take our Global Blindness: Planning and Managing Eye Care Services course! If you are located in one of the ODA countries, you will qualify for a free upgrade. You can register TODAY – Course begins: 30 October 2017 The link … Continue reading

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Professor Joy Lawn’s research collaboration in the competition finals for $100 million grant

By Ninha Silva, MARCH Centre Blog Editor (MSc Public Health Candidate) Meaningful and durable change. This is what MacArthur’s Foundation is asking in return for a single $100 million dollars grant awarded to the organisation that can prove to have the … Continue reading

The Open Access Team’s Virtual Bookshelf

To showcase the wide array of Open Access books freely available online, and in the spirit of International Open Access Week, LSHTM’s team in the Library have put together, in true Waterstone’s style, a shelf each of their favourite selections … Continue reading

2 donors, 3 academics, 3 implementors, 2 private sectors partner walked into a room……

Sounds like a normal day at the pub perhaps, but this was meeting at the Department of Psychological and Behavioral Science at LSE which crossed boundaries and created a space for some unique impactful collaboration. How? This unusual, intentionally small, … Continue reading

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The growth of open access at LSHTM: not all open access is equal

LSHTM authors are increasingly choosing to publish their work open access. Looking at the open access profile of the School’s publications, almost 40% of research articles are published in fully open access journals, with the percentage of open access articles … Continue reading

DTMH alumnus and family medical doctor: Travis Bias

Travis Bias, DO, MPH, Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Health (DTMH) alumnus and family medical doctor, has spent a large amount of his medical career in East Africa – Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania, where he has had the opportunity to … Continue reading