Fern Terris-Prestholt presented at the stakeholders Consultation on Tropical PrEP at Centre for the Aids Programme of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA), Durban, March 2014.
Monthly Archives: July 2014
Today, we are very sad to say goodbye to a much loved staff member, Solomon Egerton, who has worked in the School’s Refectory for 29 years. Solomon is officially retiring, but between running two businesses, working as a part-time salesman … Continue reading
Aimin Liu from China, studied the Diploma in Tropical Nursing in 2011. She is currently a Lecturer at the Nursing school, Kunming Medical University. “I chose to study the Diploma in Tropical Nursing because I’m interested in public health and … Continue reading
The Lancet – Special focus on sexual violence in conflict The latest issue of The Lancet has a special focus to coincide with the first Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, held in London June 10 – 14 … Continue reading
To coincide with the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, taking place at the Excel London, 10 – 13 June 2014, The Lancet has published an article by Charlotte Watts, Cathy Zimmerman and Mazeda Hossain. The full comment, … Continue reading
Follow this link to listen to Mazeda Hossain’s podcast. Mazeda talks about SaME research focused on sexual violence in conflict affected areas.
Shabbar Jaffar talks to Associated Press about a new UNAIDS report that says that AIDS-related deaths are at their lowest level since peaking almost a decade ago: “We’ve made progress, but the number of people getting infected is still extraordinarily high…[In … Continue reading
Staff at the EHG have been busy writing lots of papers recently. Read more about our work by following some of the links below… Assessing the impact of drinking water and sanitation on diarrhoeal disease in low‐and middle‐income settings: systematic … Continue reading
Do you know someone who might benefit from studying a programme from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine? You might be interested to know that many of our programmes are available by distance learning. We offer individual modules, … Continue reading
Today, the LSHTM Library & Archives service hosted a short HIV/AIDS gems of the collection session for some visiting American students from Oklahoma State University. As the students were attending a summer school based at the University of Cambridge on … Continue reading