Monthly Archives: May 2013

25 – 31 May 2013

Heidi Larson is interviewed on BBC World Service’s Health Check about the Vaccine Confidence project that monitors public confidence in immunisation programmes: “The concerns are very diverse even within countries, which makes it very important that we try and understand before … Continue reading

LSHTM Centre for Evaluation and IDEAS at the Global Health Metrics and Evaluation Conference, Seattle

Dr. Tanya Marchant, member of the LSHTM Centre for Evaluation and the IDEAS project, will be presenting her work on measuring skilled attendance at birth using linked household, health facility and health worker surveys in Ethiopia, North-East Nigeria, and Uttar … Continue reading

The Great Registry Bake-Off 2013

This week the alumni office has had the arduous task of judging the Registry’s Annual Bake-off. You may remember them for processing your application, sending you your transcript, or getting you your NUS card, but our lovely Registry team’s talents … Continue reading

Site-Finder – Web Application for Global Health Networks in Developing Countries

Introducing a new exciting web application to facilitate Global Health collaborations in developing Countries. Site-Finder is available on the Global Health Network, and provides a free, online facility for research sites to promote themselves to potential collaborators and sponsors.  In … Continue reading

Join LSHTM’s Online Alumni Community

School alumni can now register to join the School’s Online Alumni Community. This community allows you to search for friends, network online, update details, book for events, make donations and purchase school merchandise. You can make sure we’ve got the … Continue reading

Dr Lucy Breakwell – The CDC way

Dr Lucy Breakwell studied MSc Public Health in 2011.  She has recently been accepted onto the 2013 Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) programme at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, USA. “This July I will start a … Continue reading