Monthly Archives: October 2018

The Great War Bake Off: 2018

This November marks the Centenary of the end of the First World War and to commemorate this time, LSHTM Archives Service is inviting staff and students to bake cakes using wartime recipes provided by the Library & Archives Service or a … Continue reading

Sir Ronald Ross and The Ghost Hypothesis

Spiritualism garnered popularity throughout the 19th and early 20th century, having emerged from America in 1848 when sisters, Maggie and Kate Fox, claimed that they were able to speak to spirits whereby they deciphered the knocks, apparently, created by other … Continue reading

Can’t find the resource you’re looking for?

Sometimes when you are searching for information, you might find that the Library at LSHTM doesn’t have the item you are looking for. If this happens to you, don’t give up – there are a number of other options you … Continue reading

New publication from PSG: Linkage to care and antiretroviral therapy initiation by testing modality among individuals newly diagnosed with HIV in Tanzania, 2014–2017

First-authored by PSG’s Dr. Christopher Rentsch, co-authored by Dr. Alison Wringe, Professor Jim Todd and Dr. Georges Reniers, also of PSG. The full document is available from https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/tmi.13153 Abstract Objective To measure linkage to care and antiretroviral therapy (ART) initiation … Continue reading

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Still getting it on online

Our latest blog is by Dr Sam Miles, who discusses the recent publication of his academic article ‘Still getting it on online: Thirty years of queer male spaces brokered through digital technologies’ in the journal Geography Compass. By way of introduction, … Continue reading

Dr Takeshi Kasai nominated WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific

MSc Public Health for Developing Countries alumnus (1996), Dr Takeshi Kasai has been nominated as the WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific. Dr Kasai has worked in public health for over 28 years with much of his experience focusing … Continue reading