Monthly Archives: February 2019

Sexual & Reproductive Health Awareness Day: Moving Forward From Cairo

By Reena Gupta, MARCH A Theme Student Liaison studying for an MSc in Public Health for Development at LSHTM February 12th marks the annual Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Day, an opportunity to raise awareness about sexual and reproductive health and … Continue reading

“This year my work has picked up quite a bit…I got myself a second part time job!”

We caught up with Sandy Lu, Distance Learning MSc Public Health student, about how she’s been finding the programme since we met her when she first arrived in London in 2018. She took her first blended learning module at LSHTM … Continue reading

Using the Polio Legacy to Strengthen International Health Regulations for Global Health Security

By Nirmal Kandel1, Graham Tallis2, Stella Chungong1, Jaouad Mahjour1 1Department of Country Health Emergency Preparedness and IHR, World Health Organisation 2Department of Polio Eradication, World Health Organisation Continuing outbreaks, disasters and conflict are sufficient evidence that the world remains vulnerable … Continue reading

Jerry Morris Collection

Jeremiah ‘Jerry’ Noah Morris was born in Liverpool on the 6th May, 1910. Jerry Morris’ father, a Hebrew teacher from Russia, adopted the surname ‘Morris’ after the captain of the ship that brought him to England. The Morris family did … Continue reading

A brief review of Bohemian Rhapsody – or what NOT to watch this LGBT History Month

In a nod to LGBT History Month 2019 Hannah J. Elizabeth thought they’d cast an HIV/queer historian’s eye over the film Bohemian Rhapsody. (Originally this blogpost was written for World AIDS Day 2018).   Firstly, Rami Malek is an excellent … Continue reading