Author Archives: Sadia Majid

Global health inequalities as human rights violations

How are global health inequities related to Schrödinger’s cat? In Schrödinger’s thought experiment, a cat, locked up in a black box, is simultaneously alive and dead, until the box is opened. Global health inequalities are simultaneously unjust and not unjust … Continue reading

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Current teaching contributions by APP members

Multi-disciplinarity is the hallmark of our research, teaching and engagement.  The Faculty encompasses the disciplines of epidemiology, public health medicine, economics, political science, international relations, anthropology, sociology, history, psychology, statistics and mathematics.  We have one of the world’s largest global … Continue reading

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Analysing patient mobility, migration and health – workshop March 20th & 21st 2017

This workshop aims to bring together a group of early to mid career and established researchers from the UK and Southern Africa to explore cutting- edge research on patient mobility, migration and health. An explicit focus of the event will … Continue reading

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Ebola in Anthropological Perspective

Delegates at a workshop organised by APP on ‘Ebola in Anthropological Perspective’ at Njala University last September

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APP@HSR Health Systems Research Presentations

How to (or not) respond to health system shocks – lessons from Ebola, climate change, migration and the financial crisis. Contributors: Dina Balabanova, Karl Blanchet, Johanna Hanefeld, Helena Leidgio-Quigley, Fred Martineau, Susannah Mayhew, Gillian McKay, Melissa Parker, Joshua Robinson, Emily … Continue reading

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