Author Archives: Beth Jakubowski

Breaking Silos and Building Bridges

LSHTM alumni Ben Weobong writes about his time at the 2016 MARCH retreat and how different facets of health must come together to defeat a common enemy Continue reading

Intersectional public health: filling the gaps for adolescents

In highly specialized environments where every pot has a lid, how do we create a space for intersectionality? Brooke Watson looks at how adolescent mental health services navigate the murky waters of intersectionality. Continue reading

MARCH Retreat 2016: An Alumni’s Perspective

LSHTM alumni Magdalena Goyheneix writes about her experience at the 2016 MARCH Retreat Continue reading

Interview: Timothy Powell Jackson on Social Franchising in Health

Dr Timothy Powell Jackson is a Senior Lecturer in Health Economics at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He is currently involved in a study evaluating social franchising in Uttar Pradesh, India. Continue reading

Carry that Weight: Reproductive Health in Refugee Settings

‘Pregnancy can be awe-inspiring and powerful, but in times of turmoil it can also be isolating, scary, confusing and dangerous.’ How to combat the risks associated with pregnancy in the midst of a refugee crisis. Continue reading

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Seminar on Morality and Moral Messaging in Adolescent Health

The MARCH Centre A theme will be holding a seminar next week to discuss ideas around morality and moral messaging in adolescent and young people’s health. Continue reading

A Theme: March Newsletter

We are pleased to introduce the first newsletter for the Adolescent and Young People Theme of the MARCH Centre Continue reading

The Time for Silence is Over: Global Launch of the Lancet Series on Ending Preventable Stillbirths

The Global Launch of the Lancet Series on Ending Preventable Stillbirths took place at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine on January 19, 2016 Continue reading