Monthly Archives: June 2015

Interviews from the field #1: “Mum’s the word” – with Nicole Yan

MSc Medical Microbiology alumnus Phil Hefford has been blogging about his recent experiences. In this post, Phil interviews fellow School alumna Nicole Yan, who studied the MSc Epidemiology, about her PhD research in Kenya. You can read more from Phil’s … Continue reading

Building capacity in measurement, learning and evaluation for maternal and newborn health

Lessons from the Technical Resource Centre: trust, working alongside each other and early collaboration In the target year of the Millennium Development Goals and as the Sustainable Development Goals are formulated, all countries need to strengthen capacity in high quality … Continue reading

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The International Centre for Evidence in Disability needs you!

Over one billion people are reported to live with a disability, with 80% of those people coming from low and middle-income countries (LMICs) [1]. Research suggests that people with disabilities often experience higher vulnerability to poverty and lower access to employment and … Continue reading