By Samantha Sadoo, Research Fellow, LSHTM
‘Let Hope Grow’ is a collaborative project between researchers, artists and families that aims to use artistic imagery to promote early intervention and inclusion for young children with developmental disability. On 26th March, the works were exhibited for the first time in the UK…
By Lydia Di Stefano, B Theme student liaison (MSc Reproductive & Sexual Health Research Candidate)
November 17 marks World Prematurity Day, a parent-led movement to generate awareness of preterm birth and the impact it has on millions of families globally. November 17 serves as a reminder to reflect on…
By Nisso Nurova (MSc Public Health Candidate)
The last two decades have shown great political commitment and investment in early child development (ECD), as the third Lancet ECD series, ‘Advancing Early Childhood Development: from Science to Scale’ emphasised the need to focus on how to implement at scale. Moving forward…
By Professor Joy Lawn, LSHTM
What data do we have regarding GBS?
Group B Streptococcus (GBS; Streptococcus agalactiae) is a leading cause of infant sepsis and meningitis. First systematic estimates of the worldwide GBS burden (presented in a recent publication series in Clinical Infectious Diseases 2017 Vol 65) have identified…
On 22nd May 2018 the MARCH Centre will hold a key event to mark the launch of the new Centre report. The event is on ‘Next Generation: Shaping the future of health research for women, children & young people’ and will ask:
If we want to impact the health of…
By Professor Joy Lawn, MARCH Centre Director
Newborns are newborn on the global agenda; yet over 5,000 newborn deaths could be prevented every day.
2.6 million newborn deaths happen every year, 7000 per day. For the first time in history we have a specific goal in…