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Considering Resistance in World Antibiotic Awareness Week

In the lead-up to our event, ‘Antibiotic resistance: A Global Ticking Timebomb?‘, in collaboration with ReThinkX, we explore why the...

Award: ‘Most Inspirational Public Health Teacher’

Winner of the inaugural “Most Inspirational Public Health Teacher” Award 2016 – Dr Arpana Verma   Dr Arpana Verma has a long...

Awards Given At the International Festival of Public Health 2016

Public health is crucial to securing a healthy future for all. Our ambition from day one has always been to...

Ebola: How Emergency Relief Can Harm Public Health

The now subsiding Ebola outbreak was first recognised in December 2013 in southern Guinea from where it spread to eight...

Migration of Health Workers: A major contributor to global health disparity?

The Brain Drain In a globalised world, where the movement of people is made ever easier – migration of health...

Understanding the Health Workforce in Uganda: A Health Systems Approach

So what makes a strong and stable health system? What does the Health System in Uganda look like? How can we...

Hope for our Health Lies in Local Initiatives

Our first blog of 2016, much like the first blog published on this website highlights a notion of locality and discusses that...

Health Systems Thinking

Dr Katie Reed worked in Sub Saharan Africa for 9 years mainly involved in malaria control. She was the programme...