Monthly Archives: March 2018

International Women’s Day: Women, HIV and PrEP

By Priyanka Rajendram (MSc Public Health Candidate) The International Women’s Day, currently celebrated in many countries around the world on the 8th March, first emerged at the end of the nineteenth century in North America and Europe. Currently there is … Continue reading

ESRC seminar series event detail

Next event: Synthesis from series, future agenda Hosted by Public Health England, March 2017 – exact date/ venue tbc)   Previous events: ‘Launch event: Town & Country Planning special edition on planning for health’ ‘Round-table on Implementing the Gouse of … Continue reading

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Fertility and the Extended Family

Kristin Snopkowski wrote about some of the group’s work in her contribution to the OpenPop blog on ‘Fertility and the extended family: do parents influence a woman’s decision to reproduce?‘

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Uncomfortably Numb: a musical fundraiser for the John Snow Society

April 19th 2018 from 7.45pm at Paper Dress Vintage, 352a Mare St, London E8 1HR The John Snow Society is holding its inaugural musical fundraiser, featuring performances by The Hare and Hoofe, Kape Kanaveral, LIND, and Fox Logic, and DJs Mark Rostron and Katie … Continue reading

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