Monthly Archives: November 2017

Interview with a blended learning student

Maria Luisa Tejada de Rivero Sawers from Mexico is in the fourth year of her MSc Public Health and recently completed two modules at the School by blended learning. We caught up with Maria Luisa to find out about her … Continue reading

What will it take to bring about more people-centred and integrated health systems?

By Jonathan Hopkins (Independent Consultant, formerly, International Planned Parenthood Federation) and Susannah Mayhew (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine) http://bit.ly/HealthSystemsIntegration The Sustainable Development Goals – the 17 global goals for bringing about sustainable development by 2030 – will not … Continue reading

Accepting Applications / Scholarships Available: 2018/19 MSc Public Health for Eye Care @ LSHTM

The annual MSc Public Health for Eye Care (MSc PHEC) is currently accepting applications through the LSHTM online application system. This course aims to provide eye health professionals with the public health knowledge and skills required to reduce blindness and … Continue reading

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Accreditation award for the Archives Service

Good news from the LSHTM Archives Service – we have been awarded accreditation. Accredited Archive Services ensure the long-term collection, preservation and accessibility of our archive heritage. Accreditation is the UK quality standard which recognises good performance in all areas … Continue reading

Open Access and ORCID in REF 2021: Update for Researchers

The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) has finalized their guidelines for research outputs for the next Research Excellence Framework (REF) in 2021. For those unaware, the REF is a national exercise that aims to provide a measure of … Continue reading

Rural hygiene – snapshot from the collections

  There are a number of works on rural health in our collections, including general works from dating the late 19th century when the public health movement gathered momentum. The examples I have chosen below are on the open shelves … Continue reading