On 31 May 2016, the Library will begin a trial of Ebook Central from ProQuest. This platform provides access to more than 700,000 ebooks, across a huge range of subjects. These are available on a ‘Demand-Driven Acquisition’ model, meaning that the … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2016
I was fourteen. My history class were on a visit to London, my first visit to the Capital I can remember with any clarity. Unlike other school trips, which were mostly by coach or the school minibus we travelled by … Continue reading
This week’s Alumni Profile features, Chishala M. Kapambwe-Muchemwa, who graduated from the School in 2012 with a PGDip/MSc in Infectious Diseases by Distance Learning. Chishala now works as a Lecturer/Researcher at The Copperbelt University, School of Medicine, in Zambia. Why did you choose to study … Continue reading
Dr Ben Cislaghi, new member of the SaME group and Lecturer in Social Norms, is part of a team of researchers that contributed to a report on human rights by the Global Citizenship Commission of the United Nations.
By Sheila Mercieca And here’s how…. But first, for those of you who don’t know me, and outside of the archives and records management team, that’s most of LSHTM, I’m Sheila Mercieca, MA student on the Archives and Records Management … Continue reading
Joy Lawn speaks to The Financial Times about maternal mortality, and the continuing issue of high rates of global stillbirths: “Newborn deaths are on the agenda because of child survival targets, and people are paying attention. Stillbirths are not mentioned … Continue reading
It is with great sadness that we share the news that Dr Sylvia Meek, Global Technical Director of Malaria Consortium and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the School, passed away on 11th May 2016. Sylvia’s passion for the environment and disease … Continue reading
A postdoctoral research fellow position is now available in my group. Application closes on 12th May 2016. Click here to find out more!
SaME’s Dr Loraine Bacchus was a presenter at this European symposium hosted by Professor Toine Lagro-Janssen who is head of the Centre for Sexual Abuse and Family Violence at Radboud University Medical Centre. The event took place on the 28 … Continue reading
Applications are now open for an exciting five-day course on Stata Programming organised by Emma Slaymaker and Milly Marston Dates: Monday 7 November to Friday 11 November 2016 Cost: £1,250 The course is aimed at researchers and other professionals, from any … Continue reading