*This is a 5-part mini series on my experience of completing a Summer Project for an MSc in Public Health at the LSHTM (General Stream).
Picking The Project
“How do you feel about informal markets in Bangkok?”
“You mean like… the black market?”
And that’s how my Summer…
The CARE Form
From the very first day of orientation at LSHTM, when your still wide-eyed and bushy-tailed, as opposed to the currently unshaven and caffeine-intoxicated state, the higher-ups at The School begin talking about your summer project.
Your summer project (feels like it should be…
At LSHTM, research methods are an integral part of the curriculum. Most MSc courses require you to learn at least the fundamentals of statistics, epidemiology, qualitative interviewing. My “Research Design and Analysis” module taught everything from data collection strategies to how to write a logistics plan. But there’s one…
Welcome to my belated and practical second blog post. I was hoping to use this entry to give an insight into some of the possibilities of pursing a Master’s dissertation at LSHTM, through describing my very own dissertation.
The idea for my dissertation came about as a synthesis of…
Last September twenty students from around the world enrolled in the first Global Mental Health (GMH) MSc, a Master’s-level course taught jointly by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and King’s College Institute of Psychiatry. For the first few weeks, our visiting lecturers would begin…
Today I want to write about two of my favourite things about LSHTM: the students, and the staff.
One of the aspects of the School I have most enjoyed is meeting such a diverse, intelligent and enthusiastic collection of students. People have travelled to London from scores of countries, and…