Monthly Archives: May 2018

‘It’s more complicated than that…’ an occasional blog post series

‘It’s more complicated than that…’ is a common academic refrain.  How many times have you watched a TV programme or read a newspaper article that touches on an area you know about and shouted (probably to no-one in particular): ‘but … Continue reading

Remembering the ‘Don’t Die of Ignorance’ campaign

Remembering and thinking critically about the ‘Don’t Die of Ignorance’ campaign An ‘It’s more complicated than that’ blog post In 1986 the Department of Health and Social Security (DHSS) launched the AIDS-education campaign, ‘Don’t aid AIDS’, often recollected as the … Continue reading

Advert from our partners: University of Cape Town – MPH in CEH Scholarships Available

UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN QUEEN ELIZABETH DIAMOND JUBILEE TRUST MPH-CEH SCHOLARSHIP   Purpose The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust MPH-CEH Scholarships have been established to provide support to Master of Public Health (community eye health track) (MPH-CEH) students from African … Continue reading

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Monitoring the HIV continuum of care in key populations across Europe and Central Asia (May 2018)

In a paper published this week in HIV Medicine, data from 29 countries in Europe and Central Asia reported to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control were analysed in relation to a four stage HIV continuum of care … Continue reading

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