Monthly Archives: February 2018

REPORT LAUNCH Violence, uncertainty, and resilience among refugee women and community workers: An evaluation of GBV services in the Dadaab refugee camps

How best can we prevent and respond to violence against women and girls in humanitarian settings? Despite a growing field of research on the prevalence and dynamics of this violence, evidence on effective prevention and response services has remained limited. … Continue reading

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New publication: “The Rise and Fall of ‘Universal Health Coverage’ as a Goal of International Health Politics, 1925–1952”

We are pleased to announce an upcoming article by Gorsky and Sirrs in the American Journal of Public Health. The UN Sustainable Development Goals of 2015 have restored universal health coverage (UHC) to prominence in the international health agenda. Can … Continue reading

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Event: Health policy making in an era of reform: The New Zealand health system in the 1980s (University of Auckland)

Date: 28 February 2018, 1–6pm Location: Federation of Graduate Women Suite, Old Government House, University of Aukland, New Zealand Overview The era of economic reform in the 1980s was also a pivotal moment in the history of New Zealand’s health system. There … Continue reading

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Dr Yoong Sao Chin wins 2018 British Council Alumni Award for Social Impact in Malaysia

MSc in Public Health alumnus (2015), Dr Yoong Sao Chin has won the national level 2018 British Council Alumni Award for Social Impact in Malaysia. The British Council Alumni Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of alumni and showcase the impact … Continue reading

Jasmine Burton: Founder and President of Wish for WASH

Jasmine Burton, MSc Public Health alumna (2017) and Founder of Wish for WASH, talked to us about how she has developed innovative design solutions for global health equity through her social impact organisation Wish for WASH, and how her experience … Continue reading

Imputation of Recurrent event data for partial observed off-treatment data

Latest update 13 February 2019 Quick summary In the past, many trials have stopped collection of data following discontinuation of randomised treatment. However, more recently data collection continues after randomised treatment discontinuation, since the occurrence of this event is irrelevant … Continue reading