By Naomi Walker, 2017-18 VP for Research Degrees If you had asked anyone – including former me – if I was likely to end up in ‘student politics’, I am sure they would have responded with a resounding “no”. Yet … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: June 2018
Executive Programme successfully concludes in Cape Town The inaugural Executive Programme for Global Health Leadership has concluded in Cape Town with Fellows enjoying a rich diversity of speakers and workshops to round off what has been an incredibly successful first … Continue reading
Today is the United Nations’ International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. Since 1987 the UN has used June 26th to highlight the work done by individuals, communities and organisations towards creating a society free from drug abuse. At … Continue reading
Does the Nigerian private sector provide quality maternal health care to reduce maternal and newborn mortality?
By Atsumi Hirose (Karolinska Institutet), Julia Hussein (University of Aberdeen), Ibrahim Yisa (Partnership for Transforming Health Systems II) Private sector for universal health coverage One of the targets of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3 is to achieve universal health coverage, … Continue reading
More pictures of the event can be found here.
Rachel Sullivan Robinson to present on her recently published book: Intimate Interventions in Global Health
The MARCH Centre is delighted to invite you to the following seminar, in which Rachel Sullivan Robinson, Associate Professor at the American University, will present on her recently published book: Intimate Interventions in Global Health Date: Monday 2nd July 2018 Time: 9.30 … Continue reading
For this week’s alumni profile we spoke to alumnus Francois Curtin. Francois is Chief Operating Officer at Geneuro SA, in Geneva, Switzerland. He also teaches clinical trial methodology at the University of Geneva and more recently he has been a … Continue reading
Karl Blanchet writes for Thomson Reuters Foundation on why migrant policies in EU countries must change: “We cannot stand here & watch people dying simply because their life is an embarrassment to our politicians.” Data from the LSHTM Cancer Survival … Continue reading
By Rianna Raymond-Williams, Theme A, March Blog Editor (MSc in Reproductive and Sexual Health Research Candidate) Mardieh Dennis is a PhD Candidate researching health systems for maternal health in sub-Saharan Africa at LSHTM under the Faculty of Epidemiology and Population … Continue reading
Ella O’Shaughnessy has just completed a work experience placement with the Library & Archives Service. She wrote a blog post about her experience: Between Monday 18th and Thursday 21st June I was given the opportunity to do work experience in … Continue reading